Why do white kitchen cabinets turn yellow? The first reason is direct sunlight, such as jaundice or faded lacquered wood (and lamination profiles). You can consider using curtains, blinds or window films to protect your kitchen cabinets from direct sunlight.
The second culprit is actually the stove you use. Once you start cooking, these mouth-watering aromas pour into the air with tiny unremarkable food or oil particles, because they have to go somewhere, why not make it in your white kitchen cabinets and turn it into a yellow kitchen cabinets?
To prevent this situation, you must not allow the grease to collect in the kitchen cabinets. Once you start boiling, roasting, or frying, turn on the exhaust fan or range hood to filter out these tiny particles and destroy them before they reach the kitchen cabinetss around you.
We recommend removing yellow in this way: Wash your kitchen cabinets with a cup of vinegar, 2 cups of warm water and 1 tablespoon of baking soda foam assimilate. To keep the kitchen cabinetss white, give them a "bath" every month with a solution of warm water and dish soap.
If oil or grease splashes when cooking, and food and drink overflow. Do not use abrasive cleaners or scrub pads on the paint kitchen cabinets. They may scratch or stain the entire topcoat. Wipe dry with a soft, damp cotton cloth.
If it is necessary to be more thorough and clean, use a solution of warm water assimilation solution and warm water. After cleaning, wipe all areas with a clean, damp cloth and wipe immediately with another clean cloth. Remember not to allow long-term retention of stains that could result in permanent discoloration or damage to the kitchen cabinets.
White sinks are the criticism of most kitchens. The white sinks in my house can be kept clean for about five minutes. You can polish them, use popular household bleach or remove stains. Experts recommend spreading tissue paper on the bottom of the sink and wetting it with bleach. Doing so can prevent bleach from flowing directly from the drain. Put the paper towel in place for half an hour to get the bleach to do its job, then scoop it out and rinse it thoroughly with warm water.
Fill the sink with soda and lemon juice, and let the assimilate pick up stains, but soak it completely. After emptying the sink, the lemon juice can wipe any stubborn stain directly, as long as you repeat it several times.
White tiles with white cement? Writer Tami Mason offers this salvage method: assimilate baking soda and vinegar with water to make a paste. Pour a little vinegar into the spray bottle, apply the slurry to the slurry, then spray a thin layer of vinegar on the slurry, scrub it with a scrubbing pad or toothbrush, and finally stop completely flushing.
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