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What is the best way to clean grease and grime off kitchen cabinets?
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What is the best way to clean grease and grime off kitchen cabinets?

We have kitchen cabinets made of either compressed wood or plywood. They have a greasy, grimey film on them. I would like to know the best methods and or products to clean them.


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12 Comments

  1. (:♥TayLee♥:) says:

    Try a product called Krud Kutter

  2. SAK says:

    I personally like to use windex with vinegar-multi surface cleaner. Spray it on, wipe it off with a clean, damp rag. Take care.

  3. gavzmom says:

    I have found that Mr Clean Magic Eraser cleans grease off like a champ! My microwave and toaster oven were both caked and it cleaned it right off. The best thing to do though is to test an area on the cabinets first. After you clean the spot wait around a half an hour to an hour, then look at the spot you cleaned in different lights and different perspectives (like off to the side) and make sure the original shine doesn’t come off with the grease. Those Magic Erasers are really strong so you have to be careful with them but when they work they are life savers!
    If they are to harsh then try a dish washing liquid like Dawn (one that cuts grease) and white vinegar (white vinegar to clean, brown vinegar to cook is the rule). A solution of that in warm/hot water should also take it right off! That is also more natural and less harsh than a lot of commercial cleaners out there.
    Good luck and happy scrubbing :)

  4. sam says:

    Dawn original dish soap, HOT water, and lots of elbow grease.

  5. michael G says:

    Pure ammonia on a wash cloth. Why don’t you clean more often? No reason for grease build up.

  6. bobo says:

    Ammonia in hot water will cut the grease. If it doesn’t, use TSP (tri-sodium phosphate) in hot water.

  7. Tracy says:

    Look for a degreaser that is mild on wood surfaces, if you use something too strong you might damage the wood.

  8. omgithinkiknow says:

    DUNN E-Z, check it out

  9. harlysdream66 says:

    try scubbing bubbles

    spray on wipe off,
    and it isnt hard work either

  10. Dee says:

    I use dishwashing soap and water to wash the front of the cabinets and then dry them. You don’t want water to sit on them for long.

  11. Samirah says:

    Simple Green is what I used, or any type of degreaser..i think there is also a Citrus type solvent.

  12. soofoo says:

    Murphy’s Oil Soap is the best product for cleaning any kind of wooden surface.

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