Spring has sprung and spring cleaning has begun! If you are cleaning your fine custom cabinetry this season please keep the following suggestions in mind.
-Treat your cabinets as you would your fine furniture.
-Use a soft microfiber cloth to dry dust your cabinetry.
-When necessary, dampen a microfiber cloth to clean your cabinetry. Always dry the cabinet right after wiping down.
-When a spill occurs, clean it immediately, paying special attention to the edge and bottoms of drawer fronts.
-Use any harsh or abrasive chemicals on your cabinets.
-Use a cloth that has previously been used with other cleaning products without being thoroughly rinsed out.
-Wax your cabinets, as it risks ruining the finish.
-Allow any other kitchen or bathroom cleaners (oven cleaner, harsh detergents, scouring pads, steel wool, ect.) to come in contact with your cabinets.
-Rub sharp edges of doors and drawer fronts.
If You Have A High Gloss Finish:
-Clean cabinets infrequently with a damp microfiber cloth, and allow them to air dry.
-Do Not use paper towels, brushes, glass cleaner, wax or oil polish on these finishes. Over time these items will create microscopic scratches in the finish creating a dull hazy or smudged look.
If You Have Stainless Steel:
-Clean with a microfiber cloth and water.
-Dry immediately with a towel or microfiber cloth.
-Fingerprints can also be removed with your microfiber cloth.
-Do Not use abrasive cleaners or steel wool as these will scratch the finish.
We would love to see pictures of your fresh Cabinetry Ideas spaces. Tag us on Facebook or Instagram, @cabinetryideas. Happy Cleaning!