This site is under construction. Please return for future updates. Until then, here are some basic care tips-
We use Sherwin-
Kitchen Cabinets, just like fine furniture, should be dusted or vacuumed periodically depending on the amount of particulate matter that may have accumulated. Always dust with a polish-
CLEANING OF SHER-
There are three basic types of furniture care products: silicones, waxes and polishes.
While silicone cleaners offer a high degree of shine, the silicone seeps into even the highest quality finishes creating a barrier that will not accept stain or finish. This makes it virtually impossible to re-
Polishes would be the best choice for use. They contain detergents to clean the dirt, emulsifiers give it body to clean and last longer, and mineral oil is left behind as a barrier for dirt and moisture while leaving no wax or silicone residue.
When good maintenance procedures are followed the SHER-
BASIC CARE TIPS
Wipe up spills, splatters and water spots as they occur -
Clean as needed with a soft, lint free cloth. Use a mild detergent or soap and warm water.
Dry surfaces immediately with a soft cloth.
Avoid using a dishcloth or sponge -
Do not use products with bleach, ammonia or abrasive additives.
Never use scouring pads, steel wool or powdered cleaners.
Do not allow oven cleaners to come in contact with wood finishes.
Avoid placing small kitchen appliances where heat is directed onto cabinet surfaces.
Avoid draping damp clothes or dishtowels over cabinet doors -