You only need 2 ingredients to make this effective cleaner: -1 part vegetable oil -2 parts baking soda Just mix your ingredients together with a spoon. Then, use a sponge, an old toothbrush or your hands to work the cleaner into the cabinet doors. Repeat on all of your cabinets to make them shine like new again
When did you last look at your kitchen cabinets? Not a passing glance, but an up-close visual study—paying particular attention to the areas around the knobs and handles that get touched thousands of times throughout the weeks and months? Yeah, that’s what I’m talking about and what I’m pretty sure Reader Sandy is talking about, […]
How to Remove Years of Greasy Build-Up from Kitchen Cabinets
Kitchen cabinets that look clean from a distance can be covered with layers of dusty grease, dried milk drips and fingerprints on close inspection. Whether your cupboards are wood, painted wood or melamine, a good scrub can be an instant -- and free -- facelift for a worn-looking kitchen. Get out your bucket or spray bottle and step stool get going...
clean wood cabinets grease ?? 2 cup warm water; 2 tablespoons dawn (blue); 1 cup white vinegar, 1 cup borax You. might need to add more warm water to dissolve the borax. wipe off with clean damp cloth, dry