Grease-- it is the most unwelcome sight in a kitchen, though sometimes it happens. Trying to clean a thin coat of grease off cabinets and appliances can feel like a futile effort. The more you seem to rub, the more you seem to spread it. There is a way to get rid of that nasty grease for good, however.
An eHow video has given a hint to how to solve the problem of grease splatter. There's a trick to getting rid of it, and it's probably not what you guessed. All you need is a little more grease.
Oil is what you need. Apparently, oil penetrates oil best. Just dab a little mineral oil or vegetable oil on a paper towel and give it a little elbow grease.
If you have wooden cabinets, consider using a bit of Murphey's Oil Soap. Not only will it get the grease off, but it will leave your cabinets clean and shiny.
What about the stainless steel appliances? A bit of diluted vinegar can help get the bulk of any grease splatters off, but trying to get a streak-free shine might be difficult. Once again, turn to oil. A little dab of baby oil on a soft cloth is all you need to help polish up that shiny surface. Rub with the grain and then stand back and admire your reflection.
Source: Tips For The Home