How to remove grease from kitchen cabinets


Are you facing grease stains on the cupboards? you are not alone! I was recently doing a deep cleaning of my kitchen and found that some of my cabinets above my stove were covered in small grease spots. I think my donut experience went wrong. The cupcakes turned out to be really tasty to eat but making them at home is so messy! The soap and water did nothing to move the grease.

How to remove grease from kitchen cabinets

I searched on Pinterest for a few different ways to remove fat, but they all made me so nervous. I didn't want to get into the cabinets with a scrub brush or scouring pad and ruin the finish. I once had to repaint a wall after trying Mr. Clean. I decided to make a paste and use it to remove grease. I have used baking soda as a mild cleaner a few times and it works great. Learn how to degrease your kitchen cabinets to make them look like new!

If you are using this method, I highly recommend that you start by testing it out in a small area of your closet. Maybe you start inside a doorway where you don't usually see it. My cabinets are very light in color and have a matte finish. I've never noticed a change in my ends, but if you have a shiny finish or your ends are older, chances are you're damaging it.

Start with 1 tablespoon of baking soda, 1/2 tablespoon of dish soap, and 1/2 tablespoon of water. Mix everything in a small bowl to make a paste.

How to remove grease from kitchen cabinets

Then, using a rag or microfiber cloth, apply a small amount of putty to the cabinets. I have these microfiber cloths here and I love them! You can have one bathroom color, one kitchen color, and one cleaning color. It's gentle enough to use on furniture and cabinets.

Rub gently in a circular pattern with a microfiber cloth. As soon as I started scrubbing, I could feel the grease spots bubbling up. The microfiber cloth will work it into the wood rather than clinging to the grease stain

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