Make your kitchen cabinets look like new

With the help of: Cleaners Camden
Kitchen grease, food smear, skin oil and hand lotion – these are just several of the things to be found on the surfaces of your kitchen cabinetsRemoving them with regular all purpose cleaning products often turns out to be a mission impossible. This fact however does not mean that you have nothing to do in order to have your cabinets restored to their perfect condition.

You should get yourself the necessary supplies for tackling the strenuous task of kitchen cabinet cleaning and refreshing. These include some strong alkaline or heavy-duty cleaner (to be found in your local supermarket), a bucket, microfiber cloths, dishwashing detergent and some oil soap solution.

Empty the cabinets and thoroughly wash them with the alkaline cleaner. Those type of cleaners can be applied to nearly all types of materials – plastic laminate, metal, painted metal or glass, but in some cases they are not appropriate for wood, so make sure to read the label before using them. Follow the directions on the label and mix the solution. Apply it to every surface in your cabinet and let it sit for a couple of minutes before carefully washing and rinsing all dirt. In order to add the finishing touch to the cleaning process, all you have to do is use a damp cloth to wipe again the surface. Then dry with the microfiber cloth and remove any residual dirt from the cabinets. The job is done.

Wood required far more gentle treatment. In case you have wooden kitchen cabinets, the dishwashing detergent and the microfiber cloth come in handy. Once you have applied the detergent and wiped it, you can complete the job by carefully rinsing all surfaces of the kitchen cabinet (do not forget the area around the handles) with oil soap and water. The important thing here is to immediately dry everything with an appropriate cloth, because wood does not react well to moisture.

If your cabinets are old, you can think about applying furniture polish in order to make them shine again after the cleaning process is completed. In case you do not feel like going through the taunting and time consuming task of cabinet cleaning on your own, you can always get a professional cleaner do the job for you – all you have to do is check out the local business guide and see which cleaning companies operate in your postcode district.