Removing excess grease from surface
First of all you need to blot the grease stain. You need to remove the excess grease from the surface of the wood. Do this with the help of paper towels or dish towel. When attempting to remove the excess grease stain, avoid putting pressure or attempt to wipe the stains as this will spread the grease.
You can lightly dampen you paper towel or dish towel if you wish. This will soak up a large amount of grease, making the stain smaller.
For larger stains, cat litter can also be a vital tool in soaking up excess grease.
Note: If you perform the dampening of dish water step quickly, you may even get rid of stain completely.
Pour water and vinegar into a bowl
Next you need to pour ¼ cup of water and vinegar into a bowl. Soak dish towel into the mixture.
For stubborn stains, warm the mixture into the microwave. This will help remove grease stain from wood.
Pour vinegar on the stain
Pour vinegar straight on the wood surface which is stained with grease.
Clearing vinegar with the soaked dish towel
Use the soaked dish towel to clean vinegar on the wood surface. Remember not to wipe hard so the wood surface is not damaged.
Note that in order to wipe out the small grease areas, you can use cotton pack.
Apply baking powder or kitty litter
If the stain produced large mess, then apply kitty liver or baking powder. Leave the kitty lever or baking powder on the stain for few minutes. Then start cleaning.