Spray Wax Left Cloudy Film on Kitchen Cabinets

I have tried vinegar and water. That makes it worse. I used citrus oil cleaner. Once the oil dries the next day the film is there. This happened by using an old wood spray wax for furniture accidentally on kitchen cabinets. The cabinets only look good when oily.

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January 12, 20190 found this helpful

Many suggestions here: www.thriftyfun.com/Removing-Cloudy-Film-on-Glass.html

Hope one of them works for you!

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January 13, 20190 found this helpful

Here's a quick and easy recipe to remove the film from your cabinet doors and you should already have everything you need in your kitchen.

You'll need:
baking soda
water
small glass bowl
spoon or similar utensil for mixing
2 clean rags

in the bowl, you want to mix together the baking soda and some water, trying to get a consistency similar to that of toothpaste. Add more baking soda or water as needed until you have a paste.

Dip one of the clean rags into the baking soda paste and gently rub the paste onto the cabinet door using a circular motion. Repeat the steps until you have cleaned the entire surface. Now moisten the other rag and use it to wipe down the cabinets to remove the white residue from the baking soda.

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Repeat if needed.

Probably a good idea to test a small area of your cabinet door with the baking soda solution prior to cleaning the entire surface to make sure that the baking soda won't damage your cabinet door

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January 13, 20190 found this helpful

Try Murphys Oil Soap

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