Now that it is March, it is time to consider spring cleaning
What better place to begin than in your kitchen? When you cook inside every night your kitchen can get a buildup of grease and dirt on your cabinet doors and drawers. Taking a little time to make them appear new again can help you love your kitchen again.
“Your cabinets are the most visual part of your kitchen. When they appear dingy they can make your entire kitchen look old and worn out,” said Brigitte Ballard, marketing specialist of N-Hance Wood Renewal. “Just taking the time to clean them can give them a whole new look. We also offer a basic renewal for the kitchens that need a little more TLC. We hear from customers around the entire country how happy they are with this service.”
Here are some basic care tips that can keep your cabinets in their best condition.
Basic Cabinet Care and Cleaning
For regular dusting, dampen a microfiber cloth and lightly wipe your cabinet door.
If you have to clean cabinet hardware, take them off from cabinet doors and drawers so as to protect wood surfaces from harsh chemicals.
For tougher buildup on the kitchen cabinets, we sell a cabinet cleaner that’s a natural cleaner that will clean wood cabinets effortlessly. It is simple to spray it on and wipe it away with a microfiber cloth.
Avoid these Damaging Elements
Water and Grease: Water and grease may seem harmless, but over time they can eventually break down the protective coating and the finish may start flaking away from the wood surface. Never allow water to remain on your cabinets. Quickly remove it with a towel by blotting, not wiping.
Damp Towels: Avoid draping a wet towel over your cabinet doors. This traps the moisture and will eventually penetrate through the finish. Flaking and cracking will most likely happen if towels aren’t removed.
Steam: Steam from your dishwasher or shower may also permeate through a finish, leading to cracking, discoloration and peeling. To help prevent steam damage, wipe down wet surfaces and clean regularly with N-Hance Cabinet Cleaner.