Cleaning Kitchen Cabinets can be quick, easy tasks or it can take hours depending on how long it’s been since the last time you cleaned them.
If your cabinets are looking dull and grungy, don’t call in contractors. You probably don’t need an overhaul or even refacing. To bring them back to life, you could just need good cleaning. The problem is that grease, food particles, smoke and anything else circulating through the air in our kitchen, will stick to our cabinets making them grimy. Since the main culprit is grease, you’ll want to cleaning Kitchen Cabinets with products that cut grease but don’t create any additional buildup to make them feel gummy.
Dilute one part soap in two parts warm water and cleaning Kitchen Cabinets using sponge or green scrubbing pad. Don’t use steel wool, scrub brushes or any other item that can scratch the wood. When cleaning kitchen cabinets, pay particular attention to the area around cabinet door handles and drawer pulls, these places tend to be the stickiest. In fact, removing cabinet hardware before cleaning will make it easier to clean around these areas.
If you’re interested in more natural remedy to cleaning kitchen cabinets, you have several options. Vinegar, that wonderful all-purpose natural cleaner will clean and remove cabinet buildup. If the cabinets just need regular cleaning, solution of half vinegar and half water should do the trick. For more stubborn dirt and buildup, try straight vinegar. Paste made of baking soda and water makes formidable scrub and helps remove lot of the grime. Even club soda and lemon juice can be applied.