Curd Soap for Wooden Surfaces:


Warm water

1 tablespoon of liquid curd soap


Mix the curd soap with warm water. Use this solution with a sponge to clean the cabinet doors, then rinse with a damp cloth. Curd soap can be substituted with soft soap for removing grease from cabinets, especially suitable for wooden surfaces.

Apple Cider Vinegar:


Mix equal parts apple cider vinegar and water. Bring the mixture to a boil, then let it cool. Use a sponge soaked in this solution to clean kitchen furniture, then rinse with cold water. Apple cider vinegar is effective due to its antiseptic properties and acetic acid content.

Baking Soda (Not for Wood):


Baking soda is a natural but abrasive cleaner, not suitable for waxed or painted wood surfaces. It can be used on other types of kitchen cabinet doors for effective cleaning.

Cleaning Painted Kitchen Cabinets:


Linseed oil




Create a mixture of linseed oil, turpentine, and flour. Use a sponge dipped in this mixture to clean lacquered furniture. Turpentine acts as a solvent, linseed oil protects and improves wood surfaces, and flour aids in removing grease.

By using these natural methods, you can effectively remove grease and restore the shine to your kitchen cabinets, ensuring a clean and inviting kitchen environment.