How to Clean Wood Cabinet

As we are cooking everyday and anytime kitchen will get dirty easily with no time. Especially if you have kids, your 6 years old helps you to make a juice that end up splitting all everywhere on your kitchen’s cabinet. But don’t worry you can fight the grime, grease and grunge. Make your cabinet look best with this simple way and you can make your own cleaners  from your kitchen desk too. Easy, effective and affordable.

Vinegar, salt, lemon, vegetable oil and baking soda. These ingredients guaranteed will always found in the kitchen. To clean the greasy cabinet, use vinegar. Mix a 50/50 solution of vinegar and warm water and then put into a spray bottle. Simple, just mist it onto the cabinet and let it sit for few minutes and then use the soft cloth to wipe. If it extremely grimy, add some liquid dishwashing into it.

Basically cleaning the wood kitchen cabinets are the same, no matter what you cleaner you are using. Wipe the cleaner on the drawer pulls and door handles. To scrub the hardware you can use toothbrush. Use a second cloth or sponge dipped in clean water to remove the cleaner from all surfaces and finally wipe dry with clean cloth.

Make a paste of vinegar and salt to clean the stubborn stains. Like stain of syrup and chocolate or so on. Use a toothbrush and then slightly scrub the stained areas. If you afraid of scratching the wood, you can use steel wool #0000. Use clean water and cloth to rinse off the paste and wipe dry.

Alternatively you can also put baking soda on a wet cloth or sponge and scrub the stains. Be gentle even it is a stain because you don’t want to scratch the wood cabinet surface. After all clean, you can mix vegetable oil and vinegar in equal portions like 50/50. Apply lightly on the cabinet  surfaces and then rub it with soft and clean cloth. Buff till it shines. No more grease and grimy kitchen.

Enjoy !!!

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