Kitchen cabinets have experienced a lot of wear and tear. Grease, food particles and dust will accumulate on the cabinets and are difficult to remove, so it is a good idea to clean the cabinets frequently. When you need to do deep cleaning, use a natural cleaner like baking soda to prevent the varnish from falling off. Complete a thorough cleaning and polish your wooden cabinets to make them look new.
Make vinegar. Mix a cup of white vinegar with a cup of water. This mild cleaning solution is very suitable for daily use on wooden cabinets. It will not warp or fall off the wood. If you don't like washing with vinegar, you can use a light soap solution instead. Mix a teaspoon of soap with a glass of water. You can also use commercial household degreasing fluid, if you have one. Do not use various cleaning agents on the cabinet which can cause discoloration and warping.
Wipe the cabinet surface after cooking. Every time you cook, grease and food particles will accumulate on the surface of the cabinet. So after finishing cooking, wiping the cabinets will greatly help keep them in good condition. Dip a clean towel or rag in the vinegar solution and use it to wipe the cabinet doors and undersides. Wring out the towels so that the cabinets will not get soaked and prevent the wood from deforming due to moisture. Once the cabinet is dry, the smell of vinegar will disappear. If the vinegar solution does not work, you may need to purchase a household degreasing solution.
Use a clean cloth to dry the cabinet. As the moisture on the cabinet will cause the wood to warp, please use a clean, dry cloth to remove all traces on the cabinet.
Clean the inside of the cabinet regularly. The spices and other foods you store in the cupboard may sometimes overflow, so clean the contents of the cupboard every few weeks. Remove everything from your cabinet and wipe the cabinet off with a mild vinegar or soap solution. Dry the cabinets with a clean towel, then put everything back on the shelves.
Clean the cabinet regularly.
For light dust accumulation and polishing, use a soft and dry cloth to clean the internal and external surfaces of the cabinet. It is especially important to clean the dust outside the kitchen cabinets regularly, because the grease and steam generated during the cooking process will stick the dust to the surface of the cabinets. If you don't do this often, it will be difficult to clean it up.