Cleaning the kitchen is one of life’s most tedious tasks, however, it is a very important one. Food is prepared and cooked in the kitchen and the last thing you want is germs and bacteria spreading from your uncleaned surfaces and cupboards. So, we have put together our top kitchen cupboard door cleaning tips to help ease one of your cleaning chores. Different cleaning methods are needed depending on the type of kitchen cupboards you have. Usually, you will find a layer of varnish will be applied to most kitchen cupboard doors and the reason for this is to protect your wood from moisture which may cause discolouration on the cupboards or even cracks. You need to be careful not to use any harsh products on the wood as this could damage it. Instead, opt for warm soapy water. Fill a bowl with warm water and a drop of washing liquid and use a soft cloth to wipe over the doors. Do not use a harsh scourer or a wire brush as this may scratch the wood. Another option instead of soap would be to use a specifically designed solution just for wooden surfaces. After using either the soap or solution, dry the wooden doors using a dry towel to avoid any marks or water stains. Many modern kitchens now feature high-gloss kitchen cupboards. However, keeping them clean can be quite a challenge as they are much more likely to gather finger marks and spots of grease. The good news is, they are the easiest surface to clean. You can use many things to clean gloss doors, but your safest bet will be detergent and warm water. With gloss doors, it’s also important to use a soft cloth when cleaning to avoid scratches. Be careful not to use soapy water as you may be left with lots of streaks that aren’t very pleasing to the eye. After cleaning, use a microfibre cloth to polish the doors dry and watch them sparkle again. Although these kinds of doors can look dirty quickly, they are incredibly easy to clean and maintain. You can always use The Oven Cleaners to come and have a look. Don’t forget to remove the water stains by cleaning them with your solution and cloth. If you do not dry your kitchen cupboards, you may be left with water stains. Water stains ruin the look of any type of cupboard with their unsightly smears and streaks. However, if you are left with a water stain that just won’t budge, don’t worry we have a solution.