Don’t neglect cleaning your cabinets regularly. They will become dingy and dull from dust, food splatters, and cooking grease. Avoid using harsh abrasive cleansers or vigorous scrubbing. You can mix one part mild dish soap or distilled white vinegar with two parts hot water. (The heated water helps soften grunge and grease, so you’ll be able to wipe it away more easily.) Use a spray bottle to apply the cleaning mixture onto a microfiber cloth or soft rag until it’s damp but not drenched. Too much moisture can damage your cabinets’ paint, finish, or hardware. Wipe each cabinet door from top to bottom, paying extra attention to any trim or molding where dust and grime tend to accumulate. Remove any cleaning residue by wiping once more with fresh water, then dry thoroughly.
16000 Barkers Point Ln #202
Houston, TX 77079