kitchen cabinet

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Our Materials    Helpful Hints

  • It is preferable to lay the floors and paint the walls before installing a kitchen. This way, it will be easier for everyone to work and will wnsure the best possible outcome for your kitchen.

  • To clean wooden cabinets, use a slightly damp cloth and a small amount of mild soap (e.g. Dish soap) to remove any trace of dirt or grease without damaging the finish. Avoid using chemical products, as after several years of use, they can alter the varnish or lacquer

  • It is recommended that you do not wash the floors with an overly wet mop, as the excess water may penetrate the kick-plates causing the wood to swell and the varnish to crack. We also recommend being alert for water splashes or drips on the cabinets; especially near the sink. Hanging damp or wet towels on the doors should also be avoided.  It is for this very reason that we always provide a towel rack free of charge with our cabinets, as well as a 15l self-closing wastebasket placed by our qualified installer.

  • Regardless of the material used in making your cabinets, it is always recommended that you be alert to constant, excessive heat sources in the same sport, such as a toaster or a kettle on the counter under a cabinet door.