Clean Greasy Stainless Steel Kitchen Cabinets


Since the kitchen is soot-laden, the cabinets will beco […]

Since the kitchen is soot-laden, the cabinets will become very oily. As housewives are often troubled when cleaning these places, today AFA Stainless Steel Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers will teach you how to effectively clean grease.

For Stainless Steel Kitchen Cabinets , remove all hardware, such as hinges, doors, and drawer handles if possible. Most of the dirt and dirt is embedded in the edges of the hardware and drawer handles. Make 1/4 cup of ammonia and 2 cups of warm water. Put the hardware into solution and soak for 15 to 30 minutes. Use an old toothbrush or rag to scrub and clean it. Wash them with a towel.

Mix 1 cup vinegar and 1 cup water. Dip a clean, lint-free cloth in the solution and wipe the cabinet down. Wipe the corners, around the edges, and where the hardware is connected. If there is dirt inside, use a cotton swab to access the screw holes attached to the hardware. Always wear protective gloves as vinegar may irritate skin cuts or bruises. Let the vinegar solution air dry on the cabinet.

If there is any stubborn stuck dirt, or if any part of your cabinet feels sticky or sticky, use abrasives. You can simply use a basin washer made of plastic and dipped in pure vinegar. If you wish, wipe the clean rag with a clean rag and wring it out. Sprinkle baking soda or borax and wipe stubborn areas. The toothbrush can also remove any clumps of grease well. Rinse the cabinet again with a clean cloth and plain water.

Avoid using harsh household cleaners on cabinets. To prevent accumulation of dirt, soot, and grease on your cabinet, use a tablespoon of detergent weekly to gently dissolve into a glass of water and wipe once or twice a week.