Caring for the Interior:
- Simply wipe with a damp cloth or sponge, then dry immediately.
- To remove food residue or grease, use any common dish washing liquid and a clean damp cloth to wipe clean. Dry thoroughly.
For Spills: If a spill occurs, clean up and dry immediately. Left unattended, a spill can soak through the surface and cause damage.
Caring for Wood Surfaces
- Wipe the surface with a clean, damp cloth, then dry immediately.
- To remove general soil or grease, use any common dishwashing liquid and a clean damp cloth to wipe clean. Dry thoroughly.
- Excess moisture can damage any cabinet finish; areas near the sink, range, dishwasher, oven, and baseboards are most susceptible. Keep these surfaces dry.
- Avoid draping damp cloths or dish towels over cabinet doors. Over time, this moisture could cause permanent water damage.
- Waxing is not necessary, but you may apply any furniture polish or lemon oil recommended for fine furniture, if desired. Be sure to wipe off excess to avoid buildup.
- DO NOT attach or adhere items such as sticky-back notes, colored paper, etc. to the cabinetry as these items risk having the colors bleed through damaging the cabinet finish.
Do not use a dish cloth for cleaning. It could contain remnants of grease or detergents.
Bleach & Ammonia:
Avoid using cleaners that contain bleach, ammonia, or abrasives. These cleaners can damage your cabinet’s finish.