Find Out How You Can Keep The Cabinets In Your Willow Grove Home Clean And Beautiful
The best way to clean kitchen cabinets involves using the best cloths, warm water, and a mild soapy solution. There are certain things you don’t want to do.
Find out more below.
I’m Seeing Spots
“Am…am I seeing things right now?” asks Michelle, rubbing her eyes.
John walks into the kitchen to see what she’s talking about. “What, are we playing I-Spy,” he jokes. Michelle shakes her head no. “Look at the kitchen cabinets, closely.”
John leans forward and squints his eyes. “Are those spots all over our cabinets? Looks like that spaghetti sauce from last night went everywhere,” he sighs. “Guess we need to clean these up, huh.”
Michelle nods. “Yep. I’ll see what Google has to say on the best way to clean kitchen cabinets. Don’t want to use the wrong thing or have warm water not be enough. I hate guessing.”
Michelle looks up the process for cleaning kitchen cabinets on Google. After searching for a bit, here is what she finds:
How To Clean Kitchen Cabinets
The best way to clean kitchen cabinets is with cloth, warm water, and mild soap. Dust with a cloth diaper or microfiber cloth. Wet another of the same cloth with warm, soapy water. Dry immediately. Remove fingerprints from metal surfaces with a soft cloth and stainless steel cleaner.
You’ll want to wipe up food and beverage spills immediately. Pay special attention to the bottom edges of doors and drawer fronts.
How Not To Clean Kitchen Cabinets
Cloths used on dishes or countertops are a bad idea. They may have residue and fibers that’ll harm the finish of your cabinets.
Don’t allow oven cleaners, harsh detergents, abrasive cleaners, scouring pads, or steel wool to touch your cabinetry.
Don’t wax Siteline™ cabinets.
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“Put down the scrubber, John. We need a microfiber cloth,” says Michelle. While he goes to get what they need she sees what else she can learn about kitchen cabinets.