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A soft cotton cloth dampened with warm water is usually sufficient to clean your cabinet doors.

Stubborn marks can be removed using one of the following:

After using either of the above, wipe surfaces with a clean, damp cloth and then dry immediately using another soft, clean cloth.

Do not soak or saturate your doors with excess water.

Clean all spills and splatters immediately. Discolouration or damage may occur if spills are left on the surface for any amount of time.

Cleaning Products to avoid

Do not use any of the following cleaning products on your cabinet doors:

Regular Dusting

Use a clean, soft, lint-free cotton cloth for regular dusting.

Do not use the pre-moistened wipes or aerosol products made for dusting.

Waxing and polishing is not recommended on your cabinet doors. Wax build-up is extremely difficult to remove and will cause discolouration and will dull the finish over time.

Avoiding Moisture and Heat Damage

Avoid draping damp cloths or dishtowels over your cabinet doors. Over time moisture can penetrate into the finish on the door and cause permanent damage.

It is recommended that you remove doors and drawers close to the oven before using your appliances’ Self-Cleaning function. The heat generated during this process is far greater than normal cooking temperatures. If this heat escapes the oven it can permanently damage your cabinet doors.

UV Light Damage

It is the general nature of wood to darken over time and direct sunlight may accelerate this natural process. Sunlight can also fade painted wood surfaces over time. Drapes or blinds should be a consideration to help reduce this progression.