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Cleaning and Care


The high-quality surfaces of your kitchen are easy to look after. Nevertheless, in order to maintain the value and service life of your new kitchen in the long term, it is important for you to clean the surfaces not only regularly but above all properly.
Care advice for laminate fronts and surfaces
Laminate surfaces can be cleaned using commercially available household cleaning agents. Never use abrasive cleaners.
Stubborn marks, such as paint/glue residue or grease splashes, can be easily removed using household detergents and commercially available plastic cleaner fluid. Always test first on an inconspicuous area.
Vinegar-based cleaners, nitro or synthetic resin thinners as well as nitro-based cleaners are not suitable for cleaning the surfaces. Never use a steam cleaner!
Care advice for lacquered fronts and surfaces
Make sure that the cleaning materials used (cloths, sponges and such like) are absolutely clean.  Any mineral decontamination, such as caused by sand or dust particles, can scratch the surface! The cleaning materials used – if possible cotton cloths (not micro-fibre cloths!)  – must be thoroughly cleaned and rinsed out beforehand.
Care advice for solid wood and veneered surfaces
For cleaning purposes it is therefore sufficient to simply wipe them over in the direction of the grain using a slightly damp cotton cloth. Fat splashes or other soiling should not be allowed to dry on but must be removed immediately.  Always wipe the surface dry, making sure in particular that there is no moisture left in the profiling, the corners and along the edges.
As a living material, wood responds to the level of humidity. It will therefore expand and contract despite the lacquer coating. When cooking, it is therefore important to switch on the extractor unit or open a window to allow in sufficient fresh air.
Care advice for countertops in general
As a basic rule countertops should not be used as a surface for directly cutting or chopping on,
Hot pans or other hot implements should not be placed directly on the countertops.
The countertops can be cleaned using commercially available household detergents. Do not use abrasive cleaners!
A basic rule: never allow liquids to stand on worktops, particularly on or in the area of glued joints. Wipe off immediately!