Caring for your Executive Cabinetry
Stained and Painted Wood Cabinetry, Painted MDF Cabinetry, Special Finishing Enhancements, and Glazes
- Executive Cabinetry’s durable conversion varnish finish withstands the normal daily use in today’s homes.
- Treat your cabinets as you would any fine wood furniture. Wipe spills promptly and do not leave wet items against the wood.
- Clean your cabinets occasionally by dampening a soft cloth (not paper towels) with a mild non-detergent soap. Wipe the surface then rinse with a clean damp cloth and dry promptly.
- Wax or polish is unnecessary and will build up, attracting dirt and grease and dulling the finish.
- Small nicks or scratches should be repaired using fill sticks or touch up pens available at your local home improvement or specialty paint center.
NOTE: Many of Executive Cabinetry finishes are a result of blending and layering several colors together to achieve the desired effect; therefore, using several fill sticks or touch-up pens may be necessary.
- Executive Cabinetry’s finish is applied in a highly controlled environment designed to achieve a consistent result every time. While stains and paints are available for purchase, achieving an exact match to your cabinetry cannot be guaranteed.
- Executive Cabinetry Aluminum is true industrial-grade metal.
- Clean metal cabinet doors occasionally by dampening a soft cloth (not paper towels) with a mild detergent soap.
- Wipe the surface then rinse with a clean dam cloth and dry promptly.
- If a metal Cleaner is used only apply and remove in the metal's grain direction.
- Do not use paper towels to clean or wipe any cabinetry. Paper towels are surprisingly abrasive and may scratch finishes.
- When cleaning cabinets with glass doors, spray glass cleaner onto cleaning cloth, not directly onto glass. Overspray from glass cleaner may damage adjacent finish.