Cleaning & Care

While there are a number of products available for cleaning your cabinets, below you will find a list of what we at Kitchen & Bath Design Group LLC recommends.

Wood & MDF Finish

Below are instructions for wood and MDF finish cabinets and doors. If you are unsure of what wood type you have, contact your sales representative for information.

1. Spills

Clean spills quickly with a damp cloth and mild soap. Wipe dry with a clean, soft cloth, DO NOT let water or spills a long period of time on cabinets.

2. Dusting

Dust cabinets often with a soft, lint-free cloth. You can dampen the cloth slightly with water or a spray- type dust remover, dust buildup is made up of small airborne particles and it may scratch or dull the surface if not removed correctly.

3. Polishing

We recommend that you clean and polish cabinets at least once each year. Finish by adding a light coat of quality furniture polish.


Detergents, soap pads, or steel wool can damage your cabinetry. Any type of harsh abrasive will scar the wood’s finish. It’s best to avoid the use of polishes or paste wax that contains silicone. These products cause wax build up that is difficult to remove. The resulting residue tends to attract dust.

Humidity Control in Winter Seasons

Kitchen & Bath Design Group, LLC will not issue any warranty on wood cabinets expansion or retraction because of low humidity during the dry season in winter. Standard industry recommends to keep the living space between 35% -45% (RH) relative humidity, to keep wood expansion or retraction well balance then its highly recommended to keep all areas of the living spaces humidity between 35% - 45%.

Mullion Glass Doors

Clean the glass with any commercial glass cleaner. The glass can be cleaned while mounted on the door. While cleaning mounted glass, be careful not to damage the finish of the door and cabinet parts. It’s best not to spray glass cleaner directly into glass or cabinet parts. Glass cleaner can seep into areas behind the mullions and may cause the wood to discolor. Instead, spray a small amount of cleaner onto a lint-free cloth or paper towel and wipe the glass. Remember, proper initial care and maintenance will insure a lifetime of beauty and enjoyment of your new cabinets.