Clean those smudgey, greasy kitchen cabinets with this easy DIY homemade cabinet cleaner.
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You only need 2 ingredients to make this effective cleaner:  -1 part vegetable oil  -2 parts baking soda  Just mix your ingredients together with a spoon. Then, use a sponge, an old toothbrush or your hands to work the cleaner into the cabinet doors. Repeat on all of your cabinets to make them shine like new again

You only need 2 ingredients to make this effective cleaner: -1 part vegetable oil -2 parts baking soda Just mix your ingredients together with a spoon. Then, use a sponge, an old toothbrush or your hands to work the cleaner into the cabinet doors. Repeat on all of your cabinets to make them shine like new again

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Spot-cleaning kitchen cabinets after spills and drips is easy enough, but finding a process and product that removes the grime and grease from many a meal preparation takes patience and a little bit of label research (especially if you are tackling a painted surface). I tested four cabinet cleaners — two spray formulas, a plant-based product, and a traditional oil soap — to find out which product would clean my kitchen cabinets best. Here's what I discovered, and how you can clean greasy…

Spot-cleaning kitchen cabinets after spills and drips is easy enough, but finding a process and product that removes the grime and grease from many a meal preparation takes patience and a little bit of label research (especially if you are tackling a painted surface). I tested four cabinet cleaners — two spray formulas, a plant-based product, and a traditional oil soap — to find out which product would clean my kitchen cabinets best. Here's what I discovered, and how you can clean greasy…

Spot-cleaning kitchen cabinets after spills and drips is easy enough, but finding a process and product that removes the grime and grease from many a meal preparation takes patience and a little bit of label research (especially if you are tackling a painted surface). I tested four cabinet cleaners — two spray formulas, a plant-based product, and a traditional oil soap — to find out which product would clean my kitchen cabinets best. Here's what I discovered, and how you can clean greasy ...

Spot-cleaning kitchen cabinets after spills and drips is easy enough, but finding a process and product that removes the grime and grease from many a meal preparation takes patience and a little bit of label research (especially if you are tackling a painted surface). I tested four cabinet cleaners — two spray formulas, a plant-based product, and a traditional oil soap — to find out which product would clean my kitchen cabinets best. Here's what I discovered, and how you can clean greasy ...

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For the cabinets (NO SANDING PRIMER) Also a BIX TSP cabinet cleaner to use first, to get the grime off.

For the cabinets (NO SANDING PRIMER) Also a BIX TSP cabinet cleaner to use first, to get the grime off.

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Clean away the grime... 2 cups water, 1/2 cup Borax, 1 cup white vinegar, & 2 Tablespoons Dawn dish liquid.

Clean away the grime... 2 cups water, 1/2 cup Borax, 1 cup white vinegar, & 2 Tablespoons Dawn dish liquid.

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Cleaning gunky kitchen cabinets: (See Fighting Oil With Oil).  As contradictory and crazy as that sounds, it really works! So when I came across this cleaning idea from Melissa at No. 2 Pencil for cleaning kitchen “gunk” with vegetable oil and baking soda…it made perfect …

Cleaning gunky kitchen cabinets: (See Fighting Oil With Oil). As contradictory and crazy as that sounds, it really works! So when I came across this cleaning idea from Melissa at No. 2 Pencil for cleaning kitchen “gunk” with vegetable oil and baking soda…it made perfect …

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CUPBOARD AND CABINET CLEANER: 8 cups warm water 2 tablespoons liquid Castile soap 3 drops lemon essential oil.

CUPBOARD AND CABINET CLEANER: 8 cups warm water 2 tablespoons liquid Castile soap 3 drops lemon essential oil.

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