No matter what type of cabinets you own, always test cleaners on an inconspicuous spot inside the door to make sure you won’t damage the finish

The fine furniture finish of your cabinetry is designed to withstand daily usage. All wood surfaces may be cleaned with a damp cloth moistened with soap suds (not detergent), then wiped dry with another soft cloth.

Painted, plastic & metal surfaces sometimes benefit from being cleaned with creamy liquid wax. It leaves behind a protective coating that helps repel dirt.

If you’ve finished cleaning your wood cabinets and the surface still looks dull, try a solvent-based wood wax. Buffing can help recreate the original luster.

A soft cotton cloth is recommended to wipe any moisture, spills or standing liquid from your cabinetry. While paper products are very good at absorbing spills, they are abrasive when used for cleaning.