How to Clean and Remove Kitchen Cabinet Stains

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  • Beginner
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What You'll Need
Baking soda
Dish cloth

A lot of kitchen cabinet stains are caused by grease splatters from cooking food. While they may go unnoticed at first, they can soon build up to become unsightly mars on your cabinets. If you leave these greasy kitchen cabinet stains for too long, they could even damage the wood, as grease penetrates into the surface of the cabinets and leaves them permanently marked. In order to prevent this, you should remove them quickly.

Step 1 - First Clean

Start by adding a small amount of handsoap to some water, and then wiping down the cabinet with a cloth. Clean the area using a cloth, or dry it with a dish towel.

Step 2 - Deeper Clean

Use some baking soda on a cloth, and rub this vigorously over the cabinet, Rub until the stain starts to lift, and then wipe with another cloth.

Step 3 - Use Acids

Mix some lemon juice and a little of the baking soda in a pot, and then use this to wipe down the kitchen cabinets. You should dry the kitchen cabinets with a towel.

Step 4- Use Vinegar

Mix a little vinegar into some water, and use this to wipe off any kitchen cabinet stains. This can then be dried using a towel.