The Thrifty Apartment
The one area of the kitchen that often goes neglected is the kitchen cabinets. Despite enduring a lot of wear and tear, these cabinets usually don’t get cleaned as often as they should. This leads to the buildup of dirt, grease, and grime.
You can easily remove the cooking residue from your greasy cabinets using items you probably already have at home. Here's how.
What You''ll Need -Dawn Dishwashing Liquid Soap – Baking Soda – Sponge / Cloth – Water
Step 1 Fill a small mixing bowl with soapy hot water.
Step 2 Dip a sponge or clean cloth into the soapy water to clean your kitchen cupboards. Scrub the cabinet surfaces to remove any sticky grease and residue. Clean both sides of the cabinet doors, focusing on the knobs, and drawer pulls where greasy fingerprints often accumulate.
Step 3 Wipe away the soapy water or residue on the kitchen cabinets with a clean, dry cloth or paper towel.
Step 4 If you see stubborn dirt or grease stains remaining, you can try using baking soda. Mix 1 parts baking soda with two parts warm water to create a solution. Dip the sponge into the mixture and gently scrub the cabinet surfaces.