Some of you are like me and stuck with white cabinetry. From a distance, unless you’ve really let things go, white cabinetry almost always looks pretty clean. However, over time, even the most fastidious housekeepers will notice gunk building up in the corners.
Q-Tips Precision Tips® and isopropyl rubbing alcohol are great for getting these pesky areas. It’s important to note that this isn’t a weekly or even monthly chore. The method removes a tiny bit of paint, so the rubbing alcohol trick should only be used when you can’t stand it any longer or if your mother-in-law is on her way for the white glove inspection. (Kidding! If your MIL does that, you’ve got bigger problems than gunky cabinet corners)
The pointed ends of the new Precision Tip Q-Tips are a great, disposable, and hygienic tool for precision work.
This is a sponsored post. Q-tips® product was provided by Unilever, the makers of Q-tips®; the tips and usage suggestions are my own.