When the time for the spring cleaning comes there are couple of rules to follow.
You bespoke furniture is made to last but not caring for them properly will have a reverse affect. So what is the best way to care for your pristine furniture?
Whether a painted finish or natural wood, your furniture deserves a bit of TLC.
Hardworking surfaces of worktops and kitchen fronts will get dirty but by following couple of rules they will continue to look stunning.
1. Read your "care information pack"
It is always best to read the cleaning instruction supplied with your kitchen furniture. Keep it on hand if in doubt and follow the advise.
2. Read labels
With supermarkets shelves full of cleaning products it is hard to choose the right one. For the painted furniture the best strategy will always be to dust it with a clean cloth. For more stubborn stains use a damp cloth and never anything abrasive.
Some cleaning products might permanently damage your worktop surface. Quartz and Corian worktops are man made, using natural materials and resin, which might react to the chemicals in your cleaner.
There are many cleaners designed for specific worktop and it's always advised to use those.
3. Prevention is better than treatment
Once the worktop or furniture is damaged it is very difficult to get it back to the previous state. It is best to look for advise from a specialist or supplier. Some worktops, like Corian, can have small scratches and stains fixed by sanding and polishing. However, as this service can be expensive, it is always worth to prevent any damage by following guidelines.
Hand-painted furniture might get permanently damaged by some chemicals and only way to have it restored would be repainting. Furniture with glossy acrylic surfaces can not be repaired and shine restored. The only solution in this case would be replacing the door.
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