You can clean your rustic cabinet doors only if it detects dirt. However, cabinets throughout the home, including your kitchen, bathroom and family room, should be cleaned regularly. Because you probably use your kitchen to store food, cook and eat with your family, it’s important to make sure all surfaces are clean and sanitary. Certain surfaces are often cleaned, such as countertops and the inside of the sink. On the other hand, other surfaces may be neglected.
Determine which detergent is best used on your cabinet doors. This depends on the material in the cabinets. Use a mild detergent soaked in water to clean the wooden cabinet. Other materials, including laminate, metal and glass, can be cleaned with strong alkaline detergents diluted in water. Create your cleaning solution. Mix your chosen cleaner with warm water in a small bucket. Use the manufacturer’s instructions for correct cleaner-to-water key figures, but usually a few drops are good. Fill another bucket with clean hot water. Do not add any cleaners. This bucket is for rinsing your sponge.
Dip a large sponge into the bucket of detergent and wipe your cabinet doors, inside and out. For all surfaces with the exception of wood, allow the cleaning solution to sit for about two minutes. Wooden cabinet doors should be dried immediately. Use the coarse side of a sponge to clear any noticeable dirt or residue. If you need to rinse fungus, dip it in a bucket of clean water and hug it properly before putting it back in detergent. Skip this step for wooden cabinets. The rough surface may damage the surface layer. Rinse cabinet doors with a damp cloth to remove detergents. Skip this step for wooden cabinets. Wipe cabinet doors thoroughly with a terry cloth. Remember to dry the wooden door cabinet immediately after applying the cleaning solution to avoid damaging the surface.
Tips and warning
If you have a set of glass sliders that lead out to your cabinet doors, they probably rely on a track that keeps them intact and can open and close smoothly. Cleaning the track doors themselves is usually not the problem, it’s the song that makes the cleaning more of a hassle. But if you clean the track and doors on a regular basis, you can save the trouble that a tough job scour later. Use a vacuum hose to suck all loose dirt and debris that lies along the upper and lower grooves. Use a nozzle bracket for difficult to reach areas and brushes to remove any dust that is on the doors.