A reader was trying to help her mother-in-law clean her house by helping her remove the grease from her kitchen cabinets. The cabinets not been cleaned in several years. The problem is she had grease all over her cabinets. She tried several kitchen cabinet grease removers, but nothing worked. The grease remained.
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Cleaning Cabinets with Baking Soda
A mixture of baking soda and water will often remove sticky or greasy spots off of kitchen cabinets. If you have any really sticky spots on your cabinets, make a paste of baking soda and water and let it set on the spot for a few minutes before wiping away.
Cleaning Cabinets with Vinegar
A combination of vinegar and water is very effective in removing stickiness off of kitchen cabinets. Wipe the vinegar and water on with a sponge, and then apply just plain water to remove any remaining residue. After rinsing with water, dry the cabinets with a clean towel.
Cleaning Cabinets with Mr. Clean Magic Eraser
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Cleaning Cabinets with Dish Soap
I know it is not meant for wood, but Dawn dish soap should do the trick. It works great for taking grease off dishes you could test it on the cabinets…and some elbow grease with it.
Cleaning Cabinets with Scrubbing Bubbles
Scrubbing Bubbles works great to remove grease from kitchen cabinets. Spray on and let set, and then wash with warm water. If it is really bad you may have to do this 2 times, but Scrubbing Bubbles really does work wonders at removing grease, so definitely give this a try.
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