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Natural cleansers for your kitchen, bath cabinets

Your grandmother may have passed this secret down: dump citrus peel down the garbage disposal and you'll cut through fatty buildup and get rid of disposal odors. Or want a streak-free window? White vinegar will cut through grease and grime and leave your windows sparkling.

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These natural cleansers work for your kitchen, bath cabinets and drawers, as well. If you want to clean natural wood cabinets and drawers, try a baking soda and water paste on a sponge. Scrub on and wipe off with a clean, wet sponge (don't use an abrasive scrubber).

For heavy grease buildup on kitchen cabinets, try straight white vinegar on a sponge, or for a lighter cleaning, mix vinegar and water, one part each. Another natural cleanser for kitchen, bath cabinets and drawers is a mixture of club soda and lemon.

Making your kitchen, bath cabinets shine

Some of the top-of-the-line cabinetry manufacturers have specific suggestions for the care and cleaning of their products. Thomasville Cabinetry, for example, suggests using dishwashing liquid and warm water for tough cleanups or a mild, all-purpose cleaner without ammonia or silicone.

Your kitchen, bath cabinets and other wood and laminate surfaces in your home see a lot of use. Natural cleansers can give your cabinets and drawers a clean shine and improve the look of your home.

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