Erase Accumulated Kitchen Grime With This Two-Ingredient Solution

Kitchen cabinets can acquire a subtle but gross layer of grime over the years. You can easily get rid of it with this simple DIY cleaning solution.

One Good Thing by Jillee suggests creating a mixture of one part vegetable oil and two parts bicarb soda. This should result in a thick paste that you can scrub deep into wooden cabinets with a toothbrush. While the accumulated grime in your kitchen might not be noticeable to the untrained eye, Jillee's before and after photos are impressive, so this is definitely worth trying if you haven't deep-cleaned your kitchen recently.

2-Ingredient Homemade Kitchen Cabinet Gunk Remover [One Good Thing by Jillee]


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    What I really need is something to get rid of the grime that gets into the bumps and grooves on car steering wheels.

      It's probably dead skin cells bound up with oils (skin oil). You need to find something which will soften and/or dissolve this but not your wheel. Hot water (hot, not warm) and a small amount of detergent or soap (not with moisturizer in it) to break down the oil which is binding it together, this should do the job.

        Or hey, why not go crazy and purchase a product designed for cleaning automotive interior surfaces?

          Because that would be 'buyingsomething' not 'lifehacking'

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