In a 16 oz spray bottle plan old water 2T olive oil 4Twhite vinegar scrub then buff did this on oak and turn out beautiful
Thanks for sharing- I am going to have to try that.
Janet: try Murphy's Oil Soap
Orangeglo for regular maintenance. If you have a build up use a safe degreaser, I like gp66, or make a baking soda and peroxide paste. Scrub with a soft toothbrush.
I like to use TSP for through cleaning.
I've got the Corona, so I stayed with you.
I use original wood cleaner named Murphy Oil Soap (pure vegetable) which is concentrated and bought in stores; made in U.S.A. Also use this product on wood
furniture - safely cleans wood.
Soap and water is the best cleaner ... I would not use anything else since it produces build up
Murphy’s oil soap follow directions on the back use hot water
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.
For greasy kitchen cabinets -I would suggest Krud Kutter
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I recently had to clean some sticky shelves and found another way to use the Dawn dish detergent I use for cleaning. I put it in a spray bottle, added warm water and sprayed. It worked great and I wiped all the grime off and rinsed with microfiber cloths. Spotless. I've always mixed it up in a dishpan and used it on my cupboards, but, this worked well. Good luck and stay safe!
I use Thieves cleaner from Young Living
I use TSP substitute in a spray bottle mixed with water and a rag. Cleans grease right off with zero effort.