How to Clean a Kitchen Cabinet

The first thing you need to find a good cleanser that is mild detergent or dishwashing liquid can be. The cleaner should not be too strong, so it is advisable to mix it with some warm water to dilute it further. The cleaner you use should be adjusted to remove grease and oil, or you can use a multi-purpose household cleaner, but first read the label to make sure they are safe to use. If you are not sure about the safety of the cleaning agent you can test it on a small area before using it. Throughout the cabinet

Before cleaning, you need to empty your cabinets, the cabinets of all elements and suck the interiors to remove dirt or food particles. When cleaning your kitchen cabinets, you should start from the outside with a soft cloth or sponge dipped in cleaning solution. Scrub the surface gently starting at one corner and pay particular attention to the door handles and drawer pulls for they accumulate a lot of dirt. To remove the sticky substances then dip the cloth in baking soda and if the dirt is stubborn, you can scrub it firmly with a soft toothbrush. Do not use scrub brushes or steel wire, because they can damage your cabinet surface and easy to clean, you can remove the drawers. After cleaning the outside surfaces with a fragrant orange oil to shine the surface and give the cabinets a pleasant smell.

Once you go with the exterior Cleaning the interior with similar piece of cloth or sponge made. Clean the racks thoroughly and check whether the shelf-liner must be replaced when they are worn. Once you are done with the inside not in a hurry to make dishes and food back his first, that it is well dried by wiping with a dry towel. This is important, if not cleaner residue. Other areas that you need to pay attention to the hinges and other hardware because they can accumulate a lot of dirt and grease. When cleaning the hinges with a toothbrush gently scrub the dust and dirt with warm water using a mild soap or baking soda. Repeat this process until you are sure that all the dirt and grease then wipe with rubbing alcohol to make them sparkle and shine at the same time they make are gone.

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