Learning how to clean kitchen cabinets regularly can make your kitchen sparkle. Follow the steps below to get your cabinets gleaming and restore them to their original shine, making your entire kitchen look refreshed.
Here are some tips on how to clean kitchen cabinets:.
Clean the exterior of your cabinets every 1-2 weeks, or as needed if you notice splatters or stains.
Clean your cabinet hardware (handles, knobs, etc.
) every 1-2 weeks using the same solution as the cabinet exteriors.
Clean the interior of your cabinets every 3-6 months, or more frequently if needed.
Remove all items from the cabinets and wipe down the shelves, sides, and back of the cabinet with the cleaning solution.
Consider using a specialized cabinet cleaner for tough stains or grime buildup.
Always wipe down the cabinets with a dry cloth after cleaning to avoid leaving excess moisture on the surface.
To clean the exterior of your kitchen cabinets, you’ll need a bucket, grease-cutting dish soap, clean cloths, all-purpose cleaning spray, glass cleaner (optional), cleanser with citrus oil (optional), and white vinegar.
To clean cabinet hardware, you’ll need a large bowl or bucket, white vinegar, and clean clothes.
To clean the interior of kitchen cabinets, you’ll need a vacuum with crevice attachment, a bucket, grease-cutting dish soap, and clean cloths.
Step-by-Step Guide: How to Clean Kitchen Cabinet Exteriors With Dish Soap.
Fill a bucket with warm water and add a squirt of dish soap.
Dip a cloth into the Soapy Water, wring it out, and wipe down the surface of the cabinet. Start at the top and concentrate on any areas with visible grease splotches.
Alternatively, use a multi-purpose cleaning spray, and be sure to spray it onto a cloth instead of directly onto the cabinets. For glass faces, use a specialized glass cleaner to prevent streaks and residue.
For tough grease stains, use a multi-purpose cleanser with citrus oil, but test a small spot first. Let the cleanser sit on the grease spot for a few minutes before wiping it with a cloth pre-dampened with warm water.
After cleaning, wipe down the cabinets with a damp cloth to remove any residue. Finish with a dry cloth and be careful not to leave any water sitting on the cabinet surface.
Step 1: Mix Vinegar Solution Mix a solution of equal parts white vinegar and water in a large bowl or bucket.
Step 2: Soak Hardware Remove the cabinet hardware and soak it in the vinegar solution for about 10 minutes.
Step 3: Scrub Use a soft-bristled brush or toothbrush to scrub any remaining dirt or grime off the hardware.
Step 4: Dry and Reattach Rinse the hardware with warm water and dry it thoroughly with a clean cloth.
Once the hardware is completely dry, reattach it to the cabinets.
*The information is for reference only.