For every budget-conscious family, a set of custom kitchen cabinets represents a considerable investment that should be protected in the long run. When it comes to kitchen cabinetry, thermofoiland laminates represent great affordable options that you could take into consideration, but if you are determined to go for hardwood, you have to factor in a few extra measures of protection.
How could you clean wooden furniture in a correct manner? How could you protect it against a large category of risk factors, including grease and stubborn stains that seem to be common hazards associated with your kitchen area? One thing’s certain: a regular upkeep ritual will enable you to prevent noticeable flaws and increase the lifespan of your gorgeous cabinets on time and on a budget. Not sure how to start this extensive cleaning process? If so, just take a look at the following tips listed below.
1. Dust Your Furniture Regularly
Dust and debris buildups can and will affect the look and feel of your kitchen. In addition, grease can trap dust particles like no other agent, making it more difficult for you to clean and protect your indoor area. Therefore, you should use a clean cotton cloth and a dust repellent spray to keep your kitchen furniture clean and shiny and limit the amount of dust and various other allergens that could lower your indoor air quality.
Take the time you need to remove all the things that have been stored in yourcustom kitchen cabinets. Clean and polish every single piece and then use a new cloth to wipe off interior shelves.
3. Handle Glass Panels with Care
Don’t spray the dust repellent directly on glass surfaces. Instead, dip a paper towel or cloth in your glass cleaner and wipe the surface with maximum care. Use a different dry cloth to dry the areaand prevent or eliminate streaks. If you think that commercially available glass cleaners are real chemical cocktails, you could prepare a mix of water and vinegar in the comfort of your own home and use it to remove dirt from glass panels and make them shinier than ever.
4. Polish Kitchen Cabinets like a Pro
A great polish will allow you to restore the natural beauty of your wooden furniture. Go in favor of a wax or a polish designed to match the specific luster of your custom kitchen cabinets. Most products of this kind will ensure a long-lasting low luster or high shine. Before applying your top pick, make sure the surface has been cleaned properly.
Furthermore, you should know that fingerprints and tiny stains can be removed using a clean, damp cloth. For heavily soiled kitchen cabinets you may need to dip a cloth in warm soapy water and gently clean the whole area, after testing the mix on an inconspicuous spot to see whether or not its composition canaffect the finish of your custom kitchen cabinets.
In case you need more maintenance-related advice coming from a respectable cabinet company or you are ready to start akitchen remodel project, just give us a call and we’ll put out skills, time and expertise at your disposal.
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