I usually try blowing the dust off them out on my balcony then lightly washing them under the bath tub tap but that hard to see greasy film still lingers.Maybe it`s just the big city that causes that problem.Some use compressed air but all your really doing is putting that same dust back in your room.I load them in my truck and drive them through a car wash :thumbsup:
That "greasiness" could be from cooking. The stuff hangs in theI know an enclosed cabinet is best. I find that it`s more then just dust. It has a sort of greasiness to it. What items do you use to clean them with & how often do you clean them? I know one thing. Never let your wife do it or oopsy!!
You are not a smoker, are you....wonder if that is what some of the build-up grime might be...That "greasiness" could be from cooking. The stuff hangs in the
air, and fills the house. Then, it settles on your models.
If kitchens had a door like they're supposed to, this wouldn't
happen. But, we're all forced to live with this "Great Room" concept.