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Keep Your Kitchen Cabinets Always New With 4 Easy Tips

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Kitchen cabinets is one of the first places in the house to get dirty, dust, greases and food particles can build up over time and become very difficult to remove. So it is always a good idea to regularly clean the kitchen cabinets to prevent any dirt from hardening on the surface. You can use natural ingredients like baking soda and vinegar to get the clean look you wish for your wooden kitchen cabinets while protecting the varnish from getting off.

Here’s are some easy and quick tips to deeply clean your kitchen cabinets.

1- Vinegar Solution.

For everyday cleaning you can use white vinegar to disinfect and clean your kitchen cabinets. A solution made up of equal amounts of white vinegar and water is perfect for everyday use and won’t get your finish to come off. It can also disinfect the wood surfaces and repel insects and bugs.
If you don’t like the idea of using vinegar on your wooden kitchen cabinets surfaces then try mixing one teaspoon of dishwashing soap with a cup of water and use this soap solution for daily cleaning.

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2- Wipe Clean The Outside of The Kitchen Cabinets Every time You Cook.

Every time you cook the greases and food particles that evaporate can stick on your kitchen cabinets and over time warp the wood or become difficult to remove without scratching the wood. Wiping clean the outside of your kitchen cabinets with the vinegar solution after every time you cook will go a long way in maintaining your cabinets always clean and in good statues.

3- Use Baking Soda to Remove Hard Food Particles.

When food spills on the surface of the kitchen cabinets and dry they can harden and stick on to the surface which makes it difficult to remove. Baking soda can work as a mild abrasive to remove sticky substances without ruining Tue surface of the wood.
Mix some baking soda with just enough water to form a thick paste, rub the paste with a price of cloth on the dirty area, leave the paste to soak in for ten to fifteen minutes then rub it gently with a sponge and wipe clean.

4- Polish to Finish.

Choose a furniture polish or wax to give your kitchen cabinets a lustrous sheen that makes the wood look new and clean.
Most furniture polishes will have either high shine or low luster, choose the one that suits your preferences and the appearance of your kitchen cabinets.

Keep Your Kitchen Cabinets Always New With 4 Easy Tips.

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