This article really caught my attention because I have the same kind of cupboards, and I keep looking at them thinking I have to go buy 'something' to get them clean. I truly detest using products that have strong odors that you need to wear gloves to use because you know they are corrosive. I have done my cupboards doors one other time with some pretty stinky product. It worked okay, not great, and I was glad to be done the process. I have been procrastinating for a long while now, and I know that the doors are looking pretty 'old and tired'.
I was super curious to ready the method that Jillee was posting as I know she posts a lot of super cleaning ideas that are done with some pretty simple ingredients. I expected baking soda may be an ingredient, but I was very surprised to find vegetable oil as the second ingredient in this 2-ingredient cleaning tip. I got busy and implemented the cleaning tip, and I am happy to say that my cupboard doors are again clean and looking pretty great!
If you have ever installed a kitchen, you will know it is a Huge expense! In fact, it is one of the most expensive parts of building a home. If you even plan to replace old cupboards with a new modern kitchen, you know exactly what I am talking about! Looking after your cupboards is pretty important, not only for the esthetic appeal, but if you ever go to sell your home, the kitchen is one of the most important rooms in the house.
When you have real wooden doors, you need to maintain the wood as the surface dries out as well as gets stained! Thank goodness for this featured article. Get your old toothbrush out, arm yourselves with your little cleaning potion and happy cleaning!Please visit One Good Thing By Jillee for pictures and the formula you will need for the job.
~*~*For all featured guest blogger recipes, we want to send out a sincere thanks for allowing us to share this content. Be sure to check out their website at the link below.~*~*
Get Recipe / Learn More at One Good Thing by Jillee