Grease Removal from Kitchen Cabinets

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How do I clean grease from my kitchen cupboards?

Grease Removal from Kitchen Cabinets

When cleaning kitchen cabinets of touch cooking grease,, there are a few commercial products that are very effective Be sure to read the back label to find the kitchen cleaning product that best suits your needs. You can also try using baking soda for a more environmentally friendly alternative or a mild detergent, such as that you would use to wash your dishes, to cut through grease. You can also try cleaning kitchen cabinet doors by combining a half cup borax, two tablespoons laudry detergent soap flakes, one tablespoon ammonia, and one gallon of warm water. Use full strength in spray bottle or add two cups to a pail of warm water. If any stickiness remains, try using baking soda as a scrub agent. Apply it directly to the area - it should remove any residue without harming the finish.



8/27/2006 10:19:23 AM
Jimmy King said:

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8/27/2006 7:10:43 PM
Lucille said:

Sounds good easy,going to try it.

4/7/2007 7:04:00 AM
Chrissy said:

What are these "effective" products? That's what I came here looking for.

12/29/2007 12:19:50 PM
Gloria said:

Sounds intersting! I'll try it.

12/29/2007 9:06:21 PM
James said:

Water based products should be avoided. Try fine steel wool dipped in Urethane. Apply in the direction of the grain of the wood and wipe before it dries, then apply a second coat with a soft cloth after 30 minutes. The shine will return.


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