Degrease kitchen cabinets - TOPS and FRONTS with a safe natural cleaner

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If you've ever had to clean the kitchen cabinets, you know just how difficult this cleaning task can be. If you use the kitchen on a regular basis for cooking and baking then it won't take long before the kitchen cabinets get covered with grease. The good news is that there are easy cleaning tips and natural house cleaners that can get your kitchen cabinets looking like new again, and it won't take a lot of elbow grease. For this cleaning tip for degreasing the kitchen cabinets, you will need borax, distilled vinegar, and a gallon of very hot water. This natural house cleaner DIY idea can be found at the Hometalk site. The following cleaning tips are just some of the other ways you can use Borax as a natural house cleaner.

Borax is a natural house cleaner that can be used as an all-purpose cleaner. Borax has been around for a long time, and you may have seen your mother or even your grandmother use it for their cleaning tips. Borax is an economical natural house cleaner that is still a good thing to have in your cleaning cabinet. Borax is most popular as a laundry booster, but you can also use this natural house cleaner as part of your regular house cleaning routine. Use some borax in an all-purpose cleaning spray and natural house cleaner. Dissolve a couple of teaspoons of borax into about four cups of hot water. Add one teaspoon of liquid dish soap and about four tablespoons of distilled vinegar for an all-purpose spray that you can use to clean your kitchen countertops, backsplash and kitchen appliances. To clean your floors mix a couple of tablespoons of borax with about a gallon of warm water for mopping vinyl or tile flooring. Dishwasher. Use borax in the dishwasher by sprinkling about 1/4 cup of borax as a natural house cleaner at the bottom of the dishwasher. Use the borax in addition to your regular dishwashing detergent. The borax will help to clean the dishwasher and help to leave glassware clean and spotless. Use borax in the garbage disposal. Sprinkle a couple of tablespoons of borax as a natural house cleaner down the garbage disposal drain. Let the borax sit in the drain for about fifteen minutes, then run the garbage disposal with some hot water. Natural house cleaner scrubbing paste. Make a natural house cleaner paste of with borax and some lemon juice. Use the natural house cleaner paste to help scrub out stains on stainless steel or out of porcelain kitchen sinks and fixtures.

Remove Clothing Stains. Borax is still a good idea to keep in your laundry room as a detergent booster and to help remove clothing stains. Borax is a good cleaning tip that works on oil, grease and protein stains. To use presoak discolored and soiled clothing and linens in the washing machine by using about a half cup of borax for each gallon of warm water. Allow this mixture to soak for 30 minutes before adding in your regular laundry detergent and running the washing machine through as usual. Clean carpet stains. The next time you use a carpet steam cleaner, add a half cup of natural house cleaner borax for each gallon of hot water. You can also use borax on rugs and carpets by sprinkling onto carpets, waiting about 30 minutes and vacuuming up.

You will find this cleaning tip for degreasing your kitchen cabinets at the Hometalk site. On the site, you will find a variety of cleaning tips, DIY ideas, natural house cleaners, gardening tips, organizing ideas and so much more. **

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