Caring For Your Cabinetry

To clean dust and dirt from surfaces, use a clean, soft, damp cloth and dry promptly with a second clean, soft cloth. Always, wipe up spills promptly with a clean, soft cloth. To clean harder-to-remove dirt and grease, use a water-soluble, non-abrasive cleaning solution such as mild-soap or dishwashing liquid. Use a clean cloth dampened with a solution of water and mild soap, rinse with a clean water-dampened cloth and dry immediately with a soft, clean cloth. Avoid using harsh and abrasive cleaners, cleaners such as "Orange-Glo" or brushes and pads to clean your cabinetry. For stubborn, hard-to-remove grease, use a clean soft cloth dampened with a liquid cleaner such as Windex or mineral spirits.

Polishing is not required to maintain the natural luster of the finish. Waxes or chemical polishers such as Pledge may damage the surface by creating a sticky layer that attracts dirt and dust.

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