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Old 09-22-2011, 03:46 PM   #1
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How to clean cupboards & trim

How do most clean the cabinets and related work work in your coach; specifically if some maybe the fake or low grade wood?

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Murphys Wood Soap in the spray bottle (premade solution). This is the same stuff we use for the cabinets and all wood products in our sticks and bricks home.

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Learned this from an antique dealer friend, but you wipe wood furniture with Vodka, cheap Vodka, and it not only cleans the wood but it removes that old house smell. Should work in RV also, not sure how it would work on the fake laminated stuff?
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