Maple kitchen cabinets – Maple kitchen cabinets are among the most durable and can withstand many years of wear. Cleaning your maple cabinets will revitalize them if years of use and kitchen grease have taken their toll. And grime also has taken their toll. The first is pure. Fill a bucket with hot water and an oil soap product, such as Murphy Oil Soap. Use a soft cloth and thoroughly dust the cabinets.
Rinse the cloth or sponge in the cleaning solution and wring it out. Wipe down maple kitchen cabinets, starting at the top and work your way down. This will prevent any streaks. If there are some really dirty spots, use a clean cloth to apply a little oil soap. Scrub patches as needed. Then, the rinse. Emptying the bucket of cleaning solution and fill it with clean, warm water. Use fresh cleaning cloths or sponges. Dip one side or the other in clean water and wring out.
Wipe down cabinets, working from top to bottom, until the entire area has been rinsed. If you see any remnants of oil soap, repeat flushing. When maple kitchen cabinets thoroughly dried, pour a little furniture polish oil on a clean cloth and rub it into the cabinets. This will bring out the luster of wages and protect the wood against future dirt and grease. Dip a cotton swab in rubbing alcohol and clean the hardware and knobs on all cabinets for extra shine.