Soap and Water
- Fill a big bowl or your sink with warm water and add a squirt of dishwashing liquid (i.e. Dawn, Ajax) or olive-based soap. Make sure it gets sudsy.
- Then dip a rag into the soapy water and wring it out.
- Wipe the cabinet hardware with the soapy rag. For tough grime, use a soft toothbrush.
- Rinse the rag and wring it out before wiping the cabinet hardware to remove the soap residue.
- Buff the hardware with a dry chamois to polish and shine.
- Unscrew the cabinet hardware from the inside of the cabinet.
- Fill a sink or bucket with hot water and add enough dishwashing liquid to make suds, then add 1/2 cup white vinegar.
- Submerge the hardware in the soapy water for a few hours or overnight.
- Scrub each piece of hardware individually with a soft toothbrush. If the hardware is tarnished, spray the toothbrush with a little more white vinegar and sprinkle salt the the bristles before scrubbing.
- Rinse the hardware and buff it with a chamois for shine.
Hardware in Style
- Nickel or steel knobs and bull pins - gives your kitchen a 50s retro vibe.
- Glass or ceramic knobs and - your kitchen or bathroom will have a funky vintage feel.
- Tubular stainless steel and flat bar pulls - for a sleek, modern look.
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