Tips for common kitchen cabinet accidents
We all had one of those moments, you're late for work, making a quick fix before your favorite show,or in a really bad mood and end up dropping your drink on your cabinets. Here a couple of quick tips that can help you take care of your beautiful cabinets.
Fact: Wiping up any spills as soon as they occur can prevent most problems. When wiping up a spill, begin at the outer edge and work toward the middle to prevent the spot from spreading. In general, use the smallest amount of additional chemicals and/or materials to clean cabinets, with preference for the least abrasive substances.
For Food and Water Spots, clean cabinets as needed with a mild detergent or with soap and water (use sparingly) and dry well using a lint-free cloth for both washing and drying.
For Grease Spots, rub grease, lipstick, crayon or oil with a damp cloth. Use cleaners and polishes designed for wood cabinets if desired.
For Chewing Gum/Candle Wax, apply a plastic bag of ice atop the spot until it is brittle enough to crumble off. Wipe area with damp cloth and/or cleaners and polishes designed for wood cabinets.