WOOD AND MDF CABINET DOORS
Wood and MDF cabinet doors require special care and attention. Water can be extremely hazardous to the lacquer finish. Clean any finished wood cabinet part with a mild soap and water solution, using a slightly dampened cloth. Always wipe off any excess moisture on finished wood. Wood products damaged by excess moisture are not covered under warranty.
PVC CABINET DOORS
PVC cabinet doors are easy to clean and maintain. For regular cleaning, ordinary soap and water solution is recommended. For tougher stains, use a mild household cleaner. PVC products are susceptible to melting by extreme heat sources. As a precaution, we recommend that you open doors and pull out drawers beside the range when running the self-cleaning mode of your oven. Always pull toasters, kettles, and other heat sources out from underneath the upper cabinet doors when in use. PVC products have a three year warranty against delamination and discolouration. Please note delamination due to extreme heat is not covered by the manufacturers warranty.
Quartz and granite surfaces can be cleaned with warm water and a soft cotton cloth. Never use abrasive or corrosive cleaning products. Try to avoid rapid or sudden temperature changes, especially near the edges. It may not withstand the direct transfer of heat from pots, pans, and other cooking units. It’s recommended to use a hot pad or trivet to prevent the heating of the product.
Laminate surfaces can be cleaned with a mild soap and water solution. Difficult stains can be cleaned with a mild household cleaner. Never use abrasive or corrosive cleaning products. It’s important to never let moisture remain on or near laminate countertop joints, as separation of the laminate and substrate may occur. Never leave wet rags or cloths on laminate countertop joints. Please note laminate joints that are damaged by moisture are not covered under the manufacturers warranty.
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