Interior Design Q&A: Safely Cleaning Cabinetry

March 2, 2015 | 7:43 pm
You love your cabinets, and you don't want to mess them up! Consider how to clean them properly.
You love your cabinets, and you don’t want to mess them up! Consider how to clean them properly.


I have original knotty pine cabinets in my kitchen. I want to strip them and clean them where the stove has been. The grease and grime is so thick. I want to keep the knotty pine look, I just want it to be cleaner and more original and old-fashioned what can I use to do this and not destroy my cabinetry.


You might try a product called Woodcraft Restoration Cleaner. It is designed to remove grease and restore the wood to its natural finish. Visit for complete details on the product. Be sure to completely review product details to be sure it is an appropriate option for your need. Should you have further questions or need additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 717-249-7052. Thank you.


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