Kitchen walls and cabinets are like magnets that attract and lock in grease stains, especially the areas closest to the stove. However, when not spot cleaned, grease stains turn into a sticky layer of dirt that becomes difficult to remove.

Removing dirt from kitchen surfaces is very important both to prevent the growth of bacteria and to protect appliances and furniture. Usually we resort to the use of industrial products, but it is possible to obtain the same results with all-natural ingredients that are not harmful to health.

Here are some effective natural tips for getting rid of caked-on grease quickly and effectively.

Vinegar
All you need is 100ml of white vinegar, a few paper towels and a clean cloth.

Clean the surface with paper towels to try to remove the surface layer of grease and dirt. Next, dampen a cloth in the heated vinegar and use it to wipe away the grease.

Repeat the same process with another cloth, trying to remove all residue from the walls and surfaces of the kitchen cabinets.

Dry everything with another clean cloth. If the fat layer is thicker, you can repeat the second step (the one with the vinegar) up to 3 or 4 times.

Degrease with baking soda and lemon
The combination of baking soda and lemon is one of the most effective at removing stubborn grease and making surfaces look like new.

You need:

  • 100 grams of baking soda
  • the juice of a lemon
  • half a liter of water
  • a bottle with spray diffuser
  • a sponge

Mix all the ingredients in the bottle with the spray diffuser and shake them so that they integrate well with each other.

Spray the solution directly onto the surfaces and leave on for 3-5 minutes for the ingredients to take effect.

Use the sponge to wipe away grease and dirt, then wipe with a dry cloth to remove any residue.

Now that you know how to get rid of caked-on grease on kitchen surfaces, don’t wait any longer and work hard to get your kitchen looking like new again. We are sure that you will no longer use abrasive products, which are bad for both our health and the environment.