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How To Keep Your Kitchen Cabinets Clean?

Posted by Nathan Lincoln on 3/5/2011 to Blog

Keeping your kitchen cabinet clean and tidy is very important. Cabinets can get dirty very easily, they require constant attention and demands cleaning on and off. The problem is that grease, food particles, smoke and anything else keep circulating through the air in the kitchen, they stick to the cabinets making them dirty. Dilute one part of soap in two parts warm water and clean the cabinets using a sponge or green scrubbing pad. Don't use steel wool, scrub brushes or any other item that can scratch the surface of the wood. When you are cleaning cabinets, pay particular attention to the area around cabinet door handles and drawer pulls, these places tend to be the stickiest.

In fact, it is advisable to remove cabinet hardware before cleaning will make it easier to clean around these areas. You can also clean your cabinet by sticking to natural ways. Vinegar, is an all-purpose natural cleaner, it cleans and removes cabinet dirt. A paste made of baking soda and water makes a formidable scrub and helps remove a lot of the grime. Even club soda and lemon juice can be applied. Take out time and regularly clean the cabinets to abstain from the grime.

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