Continue to do this until the entire top of the cabinet is clean. Honestly, I’ve tried the oil and baking soda trick seen on Pinterest for the front of cabinets and I hated it. The most common areas affected by this problem are the kitchen cabinets, stove vent filter, stove hood, and of course, the stovetop. Coming to the stove hood filter, you can clean it with warm water and baking soda. For wood cabinets use a vegetable oil based product such as liquid castile soap. Baking soda, borax, and other alkaline cleaners will damage rubber tile as will anything too acidic or oily! Water and a mild detergent such as Seventh Generation’s Natural Laundry Detergent will work nicely to degrease rubber tile.
Add a few drops of the following essential oils to each disk: eucalyptus, peppermint and lavender (or rosemary). Or layer toothpaste on top of baking soda for extra cleaning power. As compared to the average American cleaning cupboard, mine is rather unique.
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