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Top Cabinet Care Tips

Top Cabinet Care Tips

You made an investment when you purchased new kitchen cabinets. So how can you keep them looking their best? Here are some cleaning techniques to consider, as referenced from Fox News:

White cabinets

You may have chosen white cabinets because they provide a fresh, clean look. Unfortunately, they also show every scrape and fingerprint. Not ideal for cleaning, right?

Your best bet is to wipe down white cabinets with a damp microfiber cloth. Keep some matching white paint on hand to fix any unsightly chips and scrapes. We recommend cleaning these cabinets about once a week.

Stained wood cabinets

In contrast to the aforementioned white cabinets, stained wood cabinets only need to be cleaned several times a year. Many homeowners have success using a mixture of distilled white vinegar, rubbing alcohol, and dish soap. Then wipe down with a microfiber cloth.

Lastly, rinse the cabinets with warm water and seal the finish with a furniture oil that contains beeswax. This might seem like a process, but trust us when we say it’s worth all the effort.

Black cabinets

Black cabinets are gaining more traction and for good reason. However, water and grease spots will show up on such cabinets. We recommend wiping them down once a week with a damp microfiber cloth.

The last thing you want is for nasty buildup to ruin your kitchen cabinets. So make this a part of your regular cleaning routine.

Painted cabinets

You have to be careful here. Harsh cleaner on the painted surface could be disastrous for your cabinets. As an alternative, mix a cleaner of distilled white vinegar with several drops of dish soap.

Then wipe the cabinets down with a damp microfiber cloth. Pro tip: Put the mixture into a spray bottle to better control the amount.

Laminate cabinets

The surface of laminate cabinets have no porous wood grains that absorb dirt and grease. With that in mind, laminate cabinets are the easiest to keep clean. They don’t clean themselves, though.

So get in the habit of cleaning these cabinets weekly using a damp microfiber cloth. Vinegar and rubbing alcohol work well for occasional deeper cleanings.

Invest in Cabinet Door Protectors

It’s one thing to keep your cabinets sparkly clean. It’s another to properly maintain your kitchen cabinet doors and drawer fronts. As a homeowner, how can you effectively guard these areas against everyday wear, discoloration, chipping, peeling, and water drips?

We recommend trying out the Cabinet Hero. This patent-pending product effectively protects the finish on your cabinets. The Cabinet Hero is made in the USA, FDA-approved, and even comes with a money back guarantee.

Think about how often you use your kitchen cabinet doors and drawers. You might have never realized it, but the kitchen sink cabinet and trash pull out drawer wear the quickest. So why not protect them with our cabinet guards?

In addition to their effectiveness, the Cabinet Hero is affordable and easy to install. There’s no need to waste hundreds of dollars on repairs and refinishes. Get the best cabinet protector in the industry today.

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