With proper care your new cabinetry will provide a lifetime of satisfaction. Your cabinetry has been crafted with quality materials and premium finishes to be both durable and beautiful.

Very little maintenance is required to preserve the finish. The finish is formulated with a 'catalyst' to create a strong bond to the wood surface. A UV inhibitor has been added to reduce the natural aging of the finish from exposure to sunlight.

Cabinets By Nichols, Inc. recommends the following care and cleaning tips:

After installation - Wipe the cabinets with a soft, damp cloth and dry immediately with another soft cloth. Be sure to wipe in the direction of the grain of the wood.

Basic Cleaning - Use a clean cloth dampened with a solution of mild dish soap and water to remove oil, grease, or daily spills. Do not use your dishcloth to clean the cabinets as it may contain remnants of other detergents that could be harmful to the finish. Avoid using harsh cleansers, detergents, commercial cleaners, or abrasives as they will harm and dull your finish.

Clean Spills Quickly - Time is the worst enemy if any substance is allowed to dry on your cabinetry. Use a blotting action rather than a wiping action to remove the substance.

Excessive Moisture - Cabinetry around the sink and dishwasher areas are most susceptible to excessive moisture. Immediately dry any area where water has spilled. Avoid draping your dishtowels over doors or placing coffee makers where steam vents directly onto the cabinet surface.

Waxing - We do not recommend using any type of wax (especially those that contain silicone) because of the build-up and yellowing effects that will take place over time.

Polishing - We do recommend the use of a high-quality cream furniture polish, such as Guardsman, available in many retail homecenters.

If you have any further questions regarding the care and cleaning of your cabinetry, please contact your local Authorized Cabinets By Nichols, Inc. dealer.

 

 
 
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