How to Clean Euro Cabinets

How to Clean Euro Cabinets

At this point you’re either seriously considering Euro Cabinets, or, you already have them and you want to know how to keep them clean. Our GoldenHome Cabinetry is unique and taking care of them is a little different since they aren’t like Traditional or Shaker Styles. Even though they’re high durability, in order to maintain lasting optimal shape of the cabinets, you have to treat them with the right care. The steps below will keep your cabinets clean so that you can love them even longer. These are steps for regular monthly cleaning, but can be used to spot clean on a daily basis. If just a sanitizing needs to be done, most disinfectant alcohol spays will do the job, but you must be sure to wipe them off or streaks, spots or discoloration may occur.

Lacquer Cabinets

  1. Dust the cabinet doors and surfaces with a soft dry cloth. A microfiber duster works well since it collects dust without abrading the lacquer surface, use only a necessary amount of force.
  2. Dampen a sponge with water so it’s barely moist. Wipe fingerprints, dirt and smudges from the cabinets with the damp sponge. Water can sometimes damage lacquer so test in an inconspicuous area first.
  3. Dip a soft cloth into a furniture wax formulated for lacquer surfaces. If using a spray wax, spray the wax onto the cloth and NOT directly on the cabinet.
  4. Rub the wax into the lacquer with a circular buffing motion. Add more wax to the cloth as needed.
  5. Wipe down the cabinet with a clean soft cloth after waxing to remove the excess wax.

Glossy & UV Cabinets

  1. Wet a cloth with warm water adding a small amount of mild dish soap. and wring out until damp but not dripping.
  2. Gently wipe cabinets until splatter or grease lifts of completely
  3. Wipe dry with a dry cloth or paper towel, it is important not to leave any water on the cabinets to avoid streaks and spots.

Classic & Deluxe Cabinets

  1. Wet a cloth with warm water adding a small amount of mild dish soap. and wring out until damp but not dripping.
  2. Gently wipe cabinets until splatter or grease lifts of completely
  3. Wipe dry with a dry cloth or paper towel, it is important not to leave any water on the cabinets to avoid streaks and spots.

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