Posted on November 10th, 2015
With proper care, the beauty and utility of your cabinets will last for many years. They are like furniture, so use appropriate furniture care techniques and products on your cabinets. Avoid the use of lemon type polish on your cabinets, as continued use may cause a yellowish tint to the finish. Wood is a natural product that differs in color from one piece to the next, depending on the wood grain variations. These differences are considered normal and add to the beauty of the product.
Wear and Tear Around Knobs and Handles
Frequent use of cabinet doors and drawers can cause wear around knobs and handles. Chemicals from our skin can break down the finish over time around knobs and handles. Repetitive fingernail and ring impact will damage the finish over time. This is normal “wear & tear” and is not considered a finish defect. Using the care and cleaning instructions outlined above on a routine basis will help to minimize finish wear and will help keep the cabinet finish beautiful.