Cabinet Care

 

Cabinet care- Hissim Woodworking- Kintnersville, PA
Caution – use in test areas first – you may damage the finish of your cabinets or furniture

  • Using a clean, soft cloth to apply a dilution of vinegar and water. Start using the least amount of vinegar that is necessary and progressively increase the vinegar to ensure the least amount of chemical action.
  • Use a baking soda and water solution for the toughest stains that need to be removed. Be sure to rub gently in test area that cannot be regularly visible prior to the visible stain. This will ensure that you don’t damage the visible finish.
  • If you’re using a glass cleaner on any glass in your furniture, be sure to protect tall wood surfaces as the ammonia probably will damage the finish.

 

How to take proper care

FOR OVER 90 YEARS, M.L. Campbell has been manufacturing and selling quality wood finishes. This project has finished with our latest generation product that combines European technology with North American ingenuity and style. cared for properly, this item will remain both beautiful and functional for many years to come.

REMOVE DUST – Dust buildup, is made up of small airborne particles, may scratch or dull the surface if not removed correctly. Simply wipe the surface with a cloth dampened with a cleaning polish or mild detergent.

CLEAN – Fingerprints, cooking fumes, smoking residue, etc., accumulates on any finished surface. None of these contaminants will harm our finish, but they should be periodically removed to restore the finish to its original luster. Just wipe the surface with a cloth dampened with a non-wax containing polish or mild detergent solution. Avoid the use of ammonia based products or silicone oils as they may cause damage is used over a long period of time.

The finished is durable and resistant to most household spills. However, spills should be wiped up promptly to avoid potential problems.

Excessive prolonged exposure to direct sunlight, high temperatures and high humidity can cause damages to both the finish and the wood itself. These should be avoided.

Following these simple steps will keep your finished project looking like new for many years.

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