Kitchen cabinets


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Old 09-11-06, 08:31 AM
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Does anyone know what is the best product that can be used to clean oak cabinets that are stained and polyurethaned?


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Old 09-18-06, 08:31 AM
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polyurethane is pretty decent of a finish..will take a beating and if applied correctly water resistant.

I would go with a quality degreaser...and let it sit on there 10-15 mins wipe off with hottest water and microfiber cloth.

I bet you anything..these cabnets have been cleaned in the past with murphys soap oil??

While it cleans great and restores a luster to wood...it leaves a oily residue behind. This residue attracts soil and makes it a pain to keep clean.

8 oz of vinegar per gal of water will work best to clean wood and keep residues to a low
 
 

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