If your wood cabinets are in the bathroom, kitchen or garage, keeping them clean and oil free is paramount to maintaining a hygienic living environment and also making the cabinets look better. Cabinet doors are particularly inclined to collecting oil as they generally laid open to the encompassing environment- -also being the part of the cabinet that is generally consistently touched. Barbarous abrasives and scrubbers shouldn’t be used with wood cabinets. Assuming that you use the right cleaning operators, a delicate fabric or wipe will suffice for the undertaking.
- Blend a glue of preparing pop and water and apply this to the cabinet doors with the wipe. Wipe off the oil, running with the grain of the wood.
- Wash with water and verify whether all the oil is removed. In the event that there are still follow, apply white vinegar with the wipe and wipe over the oil patches.
- Flush with water and dry with the old towel or cloth. Don’t let the cabinet doors trickle dry, as the water can filter into the wood and ruin the finish.
- Apply the glue of heating pop and water to the door handles assuming that they are oily. Use a toothbrush to scour the handles and whatever available hardware on the cabinet doors. Wash with water and towel dry.