Removing Sticky Substances from Wood Kitchen Cabinets Removing Sticky Substances from Wood Kitchen Cabinets

What You'll Need
Screwdriver
Dish washing liquid or grease remover
Moist cloth
Sponge

Wood kitchen cabinets are one of the things that make your cooking are look great. However, because of the nature of the task that is performed on a kitchen, the cabinets frequently get dirty with grease, food particles and other sticky substances. Every time you get something from the inside of your cabinet with unwashed hands, you are leaving some of the grime on its surfaces.

Step 1 – Removing the Kitchen Hardware

Before doing your cleaning, take out all the hardware that may be attached to your wood kitchen cabinets such as door handles, knobs and drawer pulls with the help of a screwdriver.

Step 2 – Wiping the Cabinet Surfaces

Once all the hardware have been remove wipe dirt and dust off the surfaces of your kitchen cabinet with the use of a moist cloth.

Step 3 – Removing Sticky Substances

To remove sticky substances such as grease, dip a sponge on mild dish washing liquid and wipe the door and borders of the cabinet. You should also rub the 2 sides of the cabinet shelves. Keep your kitchen cabinets open until all the moisture has dried out. Alternately, you can also use a grease remover since it works well on sticky substances.

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