Posted by Mr. Parker on July 08, 2014
Have you ever walked into your kitchen, looked at your cabinets and think, “Wow, have they changed in appearance.”
The truth is that over time vapors and oils from cooking adhere to the finish on the faces of cabinetry whether they are painted, have a varnish, or a urethane finish; it even happens with cabinets that have a thermofoil covering. Kitchen Cabinet deterioration is just unavoidable.
Water and soap will penetrate some of the grimy coating, but it will not remove the entire build up. A stronger chemical with ammonia or bleach will eat away at the finish or paint. How can you bring your cabinets back to the wonderful way they looked when they were new?
The simple solution is Parker & Bailey Kitchen Cabinet Cream. Just apply our Kitchen Cabinet Cream and it will totally eliminate the grease, dirt, and cooking oil coating that dulls and distorts the original beauty of your kitchen cabinets. After applying the cream, simply wipe the cabinets with any soft dry cloth, buff to your desired luster, and stand back and admire the way your cabinets look. Your cabinets will look as good or better than when they were new. We know you will be thrilled with the results.
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