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Care + Cleaning

Care + Cleaning

Keeping our cabinet fronts clean is quick and easy.

Regular Care + Cleaning

Gently wipe cabinet surfaces with a soft cloth or sponge and a mild soap and water solution. Heavy pressure and continuous scrubbing are not recommended.

Cleaning Stains

Use common household cleaners without abrasives

  • A small amount of Dawn dish soap diluted or Simple Green in a 50/50 mix with water are good degreasers
  • Whenever possible, avoid spraying product directly on doors, and test first in a non-visual location
  • Always use a soft, damp cloth or sponge to gently wipe the surface – 10-20 strokes should remove most stains
  • Diluted rubbing alcohol will remove most ink stains

Cleaning Products to Avoid

  • Products containing acetone, acid, and ammonia
  • Solvent-based cleaners, paint thinners, or wood preservatives
  • Any abrasive liquid or powder cleansers
  • Any abrasive material, brush, scouring pads or scrapers

Disinfecting Fronts + Surfaces

  • Before disinfecting, always use regular cleaning methods outlined above to clean surfaces
  • Mix 4 Teaspoons bleach + 4 Cups water and test for one minute on a non-visual location before wiping the entire surface (always wear gloves)
  • Never mix household bleach with ammonia

For All Products Avoid Excessive Heat and Steam

Self-Cleaning Ovens
Due to the extremely high temperatures vented from self-cleaning ovens, it is recommended that a heat shield be installed between cabinet door/drawer fronts and a self-cleaning oven. Open all doors and drawer fronts near the oven when operating in self-cleaning mode.

Small Appliances
Small appliances that produce high heat or steam should not be used directly under the cabinet doors.