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Cabinetry Care

It is important to care for your cabinets and wipe up any spills or drips immediately. Certain foods and liquids may stain your cabinets (hello tumeric). If acidic or coloured liquids are left to sit and dry they can not only stain but leave a mark. Also, repetitive drips and steam (tea kettle or coffee makers) can also have negative effects on the finish of the cabinetry and discolour or even start to bubble or peel off. Keep in mind to wipe along the bottom edge, under the door or drawer as this is a common place where drips get forgotten about.

If you have any detail on the doors or they have sharp inside corners (shaker), it is best to either very carefully vacuum the ledges first with a soft haired attachment, or wipe from the inside corner toward the centre of the door as to not push the dust or debris into the corner, which then becomes much more tedious to remove. If you do have dust in the corners, you can take cotton type swab and twist outwards to pull the debris away from the corner.

Otherwise, just a barely damp, soft microfibre cloth to remove any fingerprints or kitchen splashes. No special product is necessary and actually is not advised (think lemon oils).

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