Removing Plastic Protective Film From Kitchen Cabinets: Steps & Items Needed


Steps & Items Needed To Remove Plastic Residue From Wood

Your kitchen cabinets are prone to fascinate the viscous residue due to everyday cooking & other greasy stuff resulting in the wood damaging & dull finish but remember that there are a number of ways to remove the sticky residue from your kitchen cabinets but if your are using natural cleaner then it is far better than chemical cleaner that may prove detrimental to the kitchen wooden cabinets. When the type of soft plastic items sits in one place for a long time on your kitchen cabinets, they can become stuck to the surface of your cabinets & leave behind some residue or pieces when the item is removed. If you are also facing these types of problem then you need to collect the given items and to follow all the given steps carefully to get rid out of this. Here are the items & steps:

Items Needed & Heat Process To Remove Protective Film

  • An iron
  • Brown paper
  • Soap
  • Water
  • A cloth & A towel

Steps for this process:
  1. Working Area: First thing is to choose a very-well ventilated area for this type of work, it is mostly recommended to work outside if possible if not then open all the windows and doors of your working area, if available then also start your fan for better circulation of air.
  2. Brown Paper: After choosing your working area now, take a piece of brown paper and lay it down on your affected area, if you are going to use a brown paper shopping bag then you need to turn it inside out so that the ink is on the inside of bag. Always avoid using the white paper.
  3. Iron: Once done now, you need to use your cloth, simply rub your warm iron over the brown paper you've placed because this will help the plastic to melt & the brown paper will absorb it easily.
  4. Replace: Once done, now check your brown paper, if needed then replace the paper until all of the plastic is gone from your kitchen cabinets.
  5. Clean: When you've finished your work, now clean area of your kitchen cabinets with water & soap mixture.
  6. Use Towel: Pat your affected area dry with the help of a towel because water can easily damage some wood surfaces, so quick drying is necessary. Let dry your kitchen cabinets for few hours before using them again.
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