2 Common Ingredients That’ll Make Your Kitchen Cabinets Sparkle

Tuesday, February 25th, 2020
When it comes to cleaning your kitchen cabinets once Spring rolls around, or removing that grime during the Fall months, it becomes chore time to start cleaning as quickly, efficiently, and inexpensively as possible.

There is a simple “hack” solution to get this job done, this by using 2 common everyday ingredients you already have in your kitchen.

Once the cabinets definitely needs a major scrub down, this can now be easily done with these household items.

When it comes to cleaning the kitchen, since it’s the most popular area in the home, you’re always wanting the cabinets to look as fresh as possible.

Grime usually builds up from the cooking, as food usually splatters on every crack, crevice, and corners of the cupboards.

So you try, at times in vain, numerous kitchen cabinet cleaners that’s available on the market, this to remove the mess.

What most of these solutions will do, is just mask, film, or spread the buildup around. They’re also usually expensive, and loaded with chemicals.

So why not try a simple DIY solution, that you can make right at home.

The following “solution” ensures that your kitchen cabinets becomes squeaky clean, this as naturally as possible.

You most likely already have these two ingredients handy in the house, so it’s worth giving it a try.

This will save you running back and forth from the grocer, to see if the latest store bought cleaner works or not.

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Here are the items that you need for this homemade cleaner:

• any common cooking oil that you have around
• baking soda

Begin by mixing 2 parts baking soda, with 1 part of cooking oil that you choose to use.

Mix these 2 ingredients in a bowl with a wisk or a spoon, until it becomes a paste.

Work the paste into the cabinets that needs cleaning, this by using your fingers or a toothbrush to get the best results.

Then like magic, you’ll instantly begin seeing all the gunk, grime, and splotches melt right off.

Finish by wiping the cabinets off with a damp cloth or sponge, that’s soaked in warm water and liquid soap.

Click on the video link below to see how effective this two-ingredient, DIY solution is!