There’s few things in life that bring bigger smiles than to walk into a brand new kitchen or bath knowing that our clients are going to experience years of joy and happiness from their dream space.
There are few things in life that bring bigger smiles than to walk into a brand new kitchen or bath knowing that our clients are going to experience years of joy and happiness from their dream space.
Kitchens, being the epicenter of the home, serve multiple purposes.
One of the primary roles is to prepare meals for family and friends. Cooking has a downside as far as cabinets are concerned.
Cabinets attract grease, spills, and fingerprints and require regular care to maintain their look and feel.
Stained wood cabinets should be cleaned semi-annually or quarterly if you are an avid cook, because wood grain tends to absorb grease and dirt.
Using a microfiber cloth, wipe down cabinets with water and a little bit of dish soap and then rinse with warm water.
Laminate cabinets should be wiped down with a damp microfiber cloth weekly. If you find that the cabinets still require TLC, then use the same dish soap and water mixture and approach recommended for stained wood cabinets.
Black and white cabinets serve as repositories for fingerprints, dust, dirt, and grime. They should be wiped down weekly with a damp microfiber cloth.
If you order white cabinets, request the showroom provide a small touchup kit that you can use to repair chips and scrapes that often occur with regular usage.
Make sure that you are cleaning up spills as soon as they happen as leaving these mishaps can discolor or cause additional issues if allowed to sit.
When wiping down cabinets be sure to only use a clean, preferably, microfiber cloth and then another to immediately dry the cabinet.
It is not recommended that any dish towel is used as there could be debris that is hiding in the rag.