Goodbye, Grime! How to Clean Grease From Your Kitchen Cabinets in 4 Easy Steps
September 5, 2016 | western
Unless you eat takeout every night (wouldn't that be nice?), it's a given: Your kitchen is going to accumulate grease and grime. With a little upkeep, however, and a few household items, you can prevent the yucky stuff from taking over your cabinets and counters! Here's how:
1) Fill a bowl with two cups of warm water and two tablespoons of blue Dawn, then use the solution to give your cabinets a good wipe-down. (A magic eraser can help tackle really stubborn grease!)
2) Make a paste out of water and baking soda and gently scrub the cabinets once more. (You can also use a mixture of Borax, vinegar, and hot water to clean your cabinets.)
3) After wiping the paste from the cabinets, add one cup of white vinegar to your Dawn-water solution, and wipe the cabinets again.
4) Finish your cleaning by polishing your cabinets with orange oil.