For many homeowners, French country dresser in the room is the most integral space in the house. All cooking, art projects and dishwashers can cause dirt and gravel to form the dresser. Years of accumulation can cause dresser to look dirty, and many homeowners simply come to replace dresser in faith that they are not salvageable. This need not be the case. Many times a thorough cleaning is all that is required to return the cupboards in the oak kitchen to its former beauty.
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Mix a cup of warm water with 3 tbsp. baking Soda. Wet a soft cloth in the baking soda solution. Rotate most of the solution from the cloth as excessive amount of liquid can damage the wood. Wipe the cupboard with a soft cloth soaked in the baking soda solution. Soak a soft cloth under the tap with cold water. Remove the majority of water from the cloth. Wipe the cabinet with the cloth to remove the baking soda solution. Pour three cups of white vinegar into a plastic bucket. Wet a soft cloth with vinegar, and make sure to twist out most of the moisture from the cloth. Wipe the dresser with vinegar-soaked cloth. This removes grease and dirt that were not removed with the baking soda solution.