Got Grime? 3 Deep-Cleaning Projects That Will Make Your Kitchen Shine

As one of the most used rooms in the home, your kitchen takes a beating. And if it's been years since you've remodeled yours, it probably has lost a little bit of its shine. While there's nothing you can do to make your kitchen brand new again short of remodeling it, you can clean it and bring it back to its former glory with a few deep-cleaning projects.

What's great about these projects is that you can finish them on the weekends, and you can even hire them out to the professionals if you don't have the time or inclination to do them yourself. So, if you want a like-new kitchen, make time for these three projects:

Stone Resurfacing and Grout Cleaning

Years of heavy foot traffic can really take a toll on your natural stone floors and grout. Scratches, dings and usual wear and tear can all make your stone floors look drab and dingy. Fortunately, you can bring your floors back to their former glory by having them resurfaced.

Resurfacing sands away all the grime and minor damage your floors have taken on over the years. If your grout appears yellow or stained, you can have it cleaned as well. Since resurfacing takes a certain level of skill, it's best left to the pros. 

Scrubbing Away Stubborn Grease

Here is a project you can do yourself in your spare time. As you've probably noticed, regular cleaning methods do very little to remove years of sticky cooking grease. To get rid of grease on your cabinets, walls and other surfaces, scrub them with full-strength white vinegar.

Rinse the surfaces with warm water and dry thoroughly with lint-free paper towels. If you can find the time to clean your surfaces every few months, you will greatly reduce the amount of time it takes to get through all the gunk. 

Sprucing Up Dingy Counters

If your counters are dull and scratched, you can spruce them up by buffing them with a fine sander, provided they are crafted from natural materials. If your counters are made from laminate or another man-made material, you can have them resurfaced or laminated to make them appear brand new. 

As you can see, there are several things you can do to make your old, grimy kitchen look new again. All it takes is a little elbow grease and perhaps a quick appointment with a professional cleaning company that specializes in resurfacing projects. To learn more, contact a company like Marble Tec Systems with any questions you have.