Published at Sunday, 31 December 2017. Cabinets. By Ancil Verdier.
You may find that there are many stain remover products that are advertised as being suitable for your kitchen cabinet, whether they are natural wood or painted white or grey cabinets. If you prefer to use one of these - or at the very least have one on hand to treat spills and stains - it is important to check whether they are suitable or not with the manufacturer and retailer.
Kitchen cabinets can be ordered three ways: stock, semi-custom, or custom. Stock varieties come as-is and are the most affordable options. They may come assembled or in a package to be assembled by the homeowner. Semi-custom means buyers have a few additional options when they are ordering that will give them more flexibility, but they are still restricted to what is already available. Custom options are designed especially for the homeowner and can be adjusted to fit any configuration.
The first thing to keep in mind when thinking about cabinet maintenance is that you will need to remember to clean up any spills or stains as soon as they occur, as this will help minimise staining and damage to your cabinets. This can be done simply by using a slightly damp cloth to absorb any spilt liquid that can damage the surface.
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