I've used Murphy's Oil Soap and a scrub brush. Vinegar also works great!
Make a thick paste of baking soda and white vinegar. Scrub with a child's toothbrush. Wipe clean. Then finish off with OrangeGlo.
Here's the advise my cabinet builder gave me: Remember your cabinets are a piece of wooden furniture. Clean them like you would a coffee table or dresser. NO WATER!
Keep in mind if you use Murphy's Oil Soap, it will need to be rinsed so for that reason alone I don't use it on any wooden items.
I use plain Windex. It may take a couple of tries, but it usually works really well.
If the layers is thick you might want to use a solvent oil based. Even new cooking oil will do the trick. The next step is to remove the solvent with a detergent/soap or windex. Baking soda will work if the layer is not thick. Also works as sanding agent.
Hello, I tend to use a soapy water Dawn solution for mild weekly cleaning and Murphy’s oil soap for more moderete cleaning jobs. Murphy's oil soap is an excellent all purpose wood cleaner.
Greasy kitchen cabInents I would suggest Krud Kutter.
Krud kutter? I suggest trying the 32 oz spray bottle. There are a few different varieties for different purposes and sizes.
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I hope this helps.
Awesome spray cleaner at the dollar store. Best degreaser for a buck.