At a fraction of the cost of real wood cabinets, laminate kitchen cabinets boast all of the same aesthetic benefits as the real thing. Comprised of particle board with a laminate veneer glued on top, laminate cabinets are surprisingly durable. Requiring very little in the way of keeping them clean, laminate cabinets can be a long-standing fixture in your home for years to come.
Add a tablespoon of dish soap to a quart of warm water.
Dip a clean cloth into the soapy water and wring it out well.
Wipe down the cabinets with the cloth gently. Be sure to get both sides of the doors. If this is more than a quick wipe down, remove everything from the cabinets and wipe out the inside thoroughly.
Wipe the cabinets with a clean, damp cloth to remove any residual soap.
Use a dry cloth or towel to dry the cabinets.
Mix vinegar and water in equal parts in a spray bottle to remove grease stains. Spray the greasy area and allow it to sit for three to four minutes before wiping it away with a clean damp cloth.