Homekeeping Tip: Keep The Tops Of Your Cabinets Clean with a Kitchen Staple

Homekeeping Tip: Keep The Tops Of Your Cabinets Clean with a Kitchen Staple

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Sarah Rae Smith
May 17, 2012
Even though you rarely see the top of your kitchen cabinets, that doesn't mean they aren't busy getting dusty and dirty. Grease, humidity and general kitchen use can make this a tricky and icky spot to clean. Forget the hassle and bust out a pantry staple to do the dirty work for you.

At some point in time everyone has bought a roll of wax paper. Maybe you thought it was parchment paper, maybe you only bought it because your mom always had a roll and you thought you needed it. It could be for craft projects or actual kitchen use, but either way, most of us have a roll buried somewhere in the depths of our pantry.

To keep the top of your kitchen cabinets (and tall armoires, bookcases and storage units) clean, simply tear a sheet the same depth as the cabinet and let it sit. It will collect the greasy, dusty goo that collects and then every few months you can change it out and ditch the collected junk. Easy peasy!

(Image: How To Makeover A Kitchen In One Weekend)

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