How to Clean your Kitchen Cabinets...Without Harsh Chemicals!
Do you clean your kitchen cabinets regularly? Or are you like me and never cleaned them before? That is, until now!
I never really thought about cleaning my kitchen cabinets until we bought a house. I noticed that no matter how much I wiped the cabinets, they always looked a little greasy lately and it was driving me a bit nuts. Regular counter spray was not cutting it and good old elbow greasy was not doing me any favors. So, after doing a little research and placing an order at my favorite online cleaning supply store, Grove Collaborative, I was ready to tackle my kitchen.
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I was hesitant about using any harsh chemicals on the cabinets because I didn't want to ruin them or strip the paint off. So I decided to use Mrs. Meyers Multi-Surface Concentrate. I am a huge fan of Mrs. Meyers products and already use many of them throughout my home.
I simply mixed 1/8 of a cup (about two tablespoons) of the concentrate with water in a large bowl. That small amount of the concentrate was strong enough for me to clean my ENTIRE kitchen! I was honestly impressed about this concentrate and after this experience, I will be using it a lot more throughout my house.
I then used a microfiber cloth and soaked it in the mixture and with that I cleaned every single cabinet door and handles. It did the trick in removing years worth of grease that was stuck on the cabinets above the stove. I even used it to clean the appliances and removed any caked on food, came off like magic! I barely had to scrub!
Take a look at how sparkling clean the kitchen looks now! Who knew that cleaning the kitchen cabinets would make me so happy?!
I hope you enjoyed this post and are exited as I am about having a clean kitchen to wake up to every morning! Leave me a comment below and let me know what are your favorite products to clean your kitchen?