Cabinet Care and Maintenance Guide
Not everyone’s an expert when it comes to cabinets, we appreciate that fact. As a result, we know it can be tough for you to make sure that your cabinets are well looked after and don’t experience avoidable problems and damage. That’s why we’ve complied a cabinet care and maintenance guide, so out team can provide you with comprehensive advice that you need to properly look after your cabinets, and make sure that they really last. We can help to understand the things that you should do and the things that you should avoid.
Having new custom cabinets installed is one thing, but you need to be sure that they get the very best long-term care so that you get the value you want. This can include things like cabinet refacing, but this can also be achieved by following a few basic tips and taking steps to avoid bringing your cabinet into contact with anything that can cause damage, such as excessive moisture. We can provide you with a comprehensive care and maintenance guide that provides you with some general advice about how to best look after your cabinets and ensure they really last.
In order to care for your cabinets long term, there’s many things that you need to try to avoid, or at the very least mitigate. Excessive moisture in particular is something that you should avoid exposing your cabinets to because it can be seriously damaging. You should quickly dry off any cabinets if they become wet and avoid hanging wet items on your cabinets. It can also help to make sure that your cabinets avoid excessive direct sunlight. UV rays can be damaging long term too. There’s also a number of cleaning products that aren’t suitable for your cabinets, and can cause a range of problems.
Cleaning is all important to helping you look after your cabinets long term. It really does pay to know what to do and what to avoid. The most important tip that you should be aware of is to clean your cabinets promptly if they should get a stain. This is because the longer the stain is there the more difficult it is to remove, and the more damage it could potentially do. Along with this, there’s a number of cleaning products that you should avoid including anything that’s petroleum based, bleach, harsh soap and detergents and paint thinners.
All of our care tips that are a part of our maintenance guide are designed to help you with one thing: to ensure that you get the best value out of your cabinets. We understand that not everyone’s an expert when it comes to cabinets, and you might not understand the best way to care for your cabinets, or what you should avoid. So, following our general advice can help to make sure that your cabinets really last and get you the value that you were hoping for.