Cleaning Tips For Belfast

How to clean your kitchen cabinets

Kitchen cabinets can get surprisingly grubby and greasy. The more you cook and use your kitchen, the dirtier they get. Strangely, if you're a person who is always in the kitchen, you tend not to notice the build up of grease and grime, perhaps until you stand at an unusual angle with the light shining on the cabinets revealing the un-noticed dirt.

There are several ways to clean up this grease and grime, but for me the best and simplest way is to use some washing up liquid and warm water. The washing up liquid is excellent at cutting through grease and fat, and some regular wipes with a sponge before or after washing up keep the cabinets looking shiny and clean.

If you've left it for a long time or been busy doing a lot of frying lately you may need something a little stronger. If a strong concentration of washing up liquid won't cut it, try some dish soap or speciality cleaner. I have found that some cream cleaners are very good at cutting through grease and grime, particularly on the cooker hob. The only slight issue is that they can require a lot of rinsing to get rid of the residue.