How to clean kitchen cabinet knobs
When giving your kitchen a fresh new look, you don’t have to pitch the old kitchen cabinet hardware and knobs. With a little elbow grease and a lot of love, they will look great again.
Step One: Remove the clean cabinet hardware and hinges.
Step Two: Put the cabinet hardware and hinges in a bucket or the kitchen sink with a solution of equal parts of warm water and vinegar. Let your hardware soak for a few hours. If they are really bad, I would let them sit overnight. The vinegar should loosen the greasy gunk.
Step Three: Dump the vinegar and water mixture. Fill the sink or bucket again with warm water and Dawn soap.Let that set for about an hour, then come back to see how it’s doing.
Step Four: Once you see that the gunk is falling off, gently scrub the hardware with a rag or a kitchen scrubby. You can use an old toothbrush to get in the little creases.
Step Five: Rinse the clean cabinet hardware and hinges with clean water. Lay them out on paper towels or a cotton towel. When they are dry, put them back on the cabinets.