The Best Ways to Clean Greasy Wooden Cabinets
Grease is sneaky. You griddle stovetop burgers on Saturday, fry up some bacon on Sunday and think nothing of it. Then, all of a sudden, after countless meals, you look at your cabinets and realize they’re filthy! Covered with a dark, sticky film of grease. How did it get there? And more importantly, what can you do about it?
Your first line of defense against grease? When it comes to keeping your wooden cabinets nice and clean, it’s really all about preventing the mess in the first place (hello, splatter screens!). If you’re too late, we’ve got some top tips on how to clean greasy cabinets.
We’ve rounded up some of our favorite tried-and-true methods for cleaning your greasy kitchen, one cabinet at a time.
- Soap and Water
- Baking Soda
- Distilled White Vinegar
- Homemade Castile Soap Spray
- Magic Cabinet & Wood Cleaner
- Method All-Purpose Spray
- Murphy’s Oil Soap