How to Clean Wood Kitchen Cabinets

How to Clean Wood Kitchen Cabinets

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How to Clean Wood Kitchen Cabinets

This article was co-authored by Raymond Chiu. Raymond Chiu is the Director of Operations for MaidSailors.com, a residential and commercial cleaning service based in New York City that provides home and office cleaning services at affordable prices. He has a Bachelors in Business Administration and Management from Baruch College.

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Kitchen cabinets undergo a lot of wear and tear. Grease, food particles and dust can build up on the cabinets and be difficult to remove, so it's a good idea to clean your cabinets often. When you need to do a deep cleaning, using a natural cleanser like baking soda will prevent the varnish from coming off. Finish a thorough cleaning by polishing your wooden cabinets to make them look new again.

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Co-authored by:Raymond ChiuHouse Cleaning ProfessionalThis article was co-authored by Raymond Chiu. Raymond Chiu is the Director of Operations for MaidSailors.com, a residential and commercial cleaning service based in New York City that provides home and office cleaning services at affordable prices. He has a Bachelors in Business Administration and Management from Baruch College.This article has been viewed 452,658 times.92 votes - 97%Co-authors:12Updated: July 1, 2021Views: 452,658Article SummaryX

To clean wood kitchen cabinets, make a mixture of equal parts white vinegar and water. Use a cloth to wipe down the cabinets with the vinegar and water solution, and then dry the cabinets with a clean, dry towel to prevent warping. For deeper cleaning, spray oil soap wood cleaner onto the cabinets and gently rub it in with a towel. Remove any excess cleaner with a dry towel after the cabinets are cleaned. For tips on removing caked-on food and polishing wood cabinets, keep reading!

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