CABINETRY CARE

WOOD SURFACES

For normal cleaning use a clean soft cloth dampened with a mild solution of two drops of dishwashing liquid per one gallon of water.

Dry off thoroughly, removing any excess moisture.

DO NOT USE STRONG DETERGENTS, SOLVENTS, OR ABRASIVE CLEANERS.

Do not use a dishcloth on cabinet surfaces.

THERMOFOIL AND MELAMINE SURFACES

For normal cleaning use a clean soft cloth dampened with a mild solution of two drops of dishwashing liquid per one gallon of water.

Dry off thoroughly, removing any excess moisture.

DO NOT USE STRONG DETERGENTS, SOLVENTS OR ABRASIVE CLEANERS.

Do not use a dishcloth on cabinet surfaces.

All non-abrasive household cleaners may be used. Examples: Simple Green, Formula 409, etc.

When using a self-cleaning oven, opening all the adjacent doors and drawers or using heat shields is recommended. This is to help prevent damage and discoloration of the cabinets.

MOISTURE FROM STEAM AND HOT WATER PRESENT IN KITCHENS SHOULD BE KEPT OFF OF ALL CABINETS. IF CABINETS DO GET WET, DRY THEM BY WIPING WITH A CLEAN SOFT DRY CLOTH TO MAINTAIN FINISH. (STEAM MOPS, DISHWASHERS, STOVES AND COFFEE MAKERS  ALL CREATE STEAM THAT CAN DAMAGE THE FINISH OF YOUR CABINETS.)
NOTE: When using the self-cleaning oven function, it is best to remove the drawers/doors from the adjacent cabinet(s) and oven cabinet.