cleaning woodwork trim

Hello, I have a lot of woodwork trim in my house that needs to be cleaned. Normally I use a damp cloth to clean the trim . (the trim is painted). What is the best thing to use to clean painting woodwork, doors etc.. Thanks KOS
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On 7 Sep 2003 12:23:06 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@excite.com (KOS) wrote:

It is the paint that is being cleaned. First, use a brush attachment to your vacuum and remove the loose dust and dirt. A general purpose cleaner (Mr Clean, Spic and Span, Murphy's oil soap, etc.) will work well. You can add some household ammonia (1 cup to a gallon) to the water for more cleaning power. A rag or cellulose sponge works well, but ring it out well to avoid dripping on the floor/carpet. I would not use ammonia on paint that is less than a few months old.
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