Posted by Caroline on 2:07 PM in Business, Construction and Maintenance, Dishwashing, home improvement, Materials and Supplies, Parchment, Shopping, Water
Today, I tackled a few of the kitchen cleaning how tos and I added shelf liners to my cabinets.
After reading Martha's section on shelf liners I decided that parchment paper would work for my cabinet shelves. This was the most economical choice and the easiest choice for me to find near me, since parchment paper is sold in most supermarkets.
The first thing that I did was empty my cabinets, I took this time to get rid of anything that was expired or I did not use anymore. Next I washed the cabinets using Martha's recommendations, warm water mixed with mild dishwashing liquid and a soft sponge.
I washed the hardware using the same solution. This was relatively easy, the solution was strong enough to get rid of the dirt but, weak enough to not damage the cabinets or hardware. I used a glass cleaner for the two glass front cabinets in my kitchen.
After drying the cabinets with a soft cloth I inserted the parchment paper.
The last step was to stock the shelves. The whole process took a little over an hour. The next time that I do this it should take less time because the parchment paper should grab most of the dirt instead of the dirt ending up on the cabinets.