The Best Way to Clean Kitchen Cabinets

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No matter how hard you try, there’s no way to keep your kitchen from getting dirty—unless you don’t use it (and that’s probably not a possibility). Grease, food, and other debris will find its way into every nook and cranny. Despite regular cleanings, there are places that grime will continue to build up, and that includes on kitchen cabinets.

When it comes to cleaning your kitchen cabinets, you want to ensure that you are cleaning them properly, and that will depend on what type of cabinets you have. Below are some tips on how to clean a variety of different cabinets

Kitchen CountertopWood Cabinets

Oil-soap wood cleaner is the best cleaner for wood cabinets, but there are some household cleaners that could work too. Using an oil or grease cutting detergent or even laundry detergent mixed with water should do the trick. Two cups of water should be mixed with every one cup of detergent.

Try not to get the cabinets too wet, as this can harm the finish. After wiping with the cleaning solution, use a damp cloth to wipe it again, and then dry it with another cloth.

If you have stains on your cupboards that just won’t budge, you may need to use baking soda. You’ll need to create a paste, wipe it onto the cupboard, and then remove it with a damp cloth.

Painted Cabinets

If you have painted cabinets in your remodeled kitchen, these are a bit more durable and easy to clean than wooden cabinets. The same cleaning products recommended above will work, as will any all-purpose cleaner.

You don’t have to worry as much about the finish on these cabinets, so putting some elbow grease into the cleaning act will help to remove stuck on grime or grease.

Everyone wants their kitchen to look amazing, and cleaning the cabinets every so often will accomplish that task.

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