The used materials with their attributes correspond to the respective standards and guidelines of kitchen furniture.
However individual traces of use cannot be avoided in the course of time.
There are many substances in the home which are difficult to remove completely from certain surfaces after some time. Grease splashes and marks should always be wiped off immediately. All you need to clean your units, shelves, drawers and pull-outs is a slightly damp cloth with some liquid household cleaner or glass cleaner on it. It’s important to dry them off with a soft cloth afterwards.
If the cloth is too wet, residual moisture can enter the joints and cracks, causing your furniture to swell up and spoiling its appearance and function. When cleaning the interior surfaces of your kitchen furniture, remember: Never use scouring agents, furniture polish, floor polish, cellulose lacquer or artificial resin thinners, acetone or similar cleaners.
Do not use steel wool or sponge scourers. In general the instructions of the particular cleansing agent manufacturer have to be followed. Usually they are found on the rear label of the cleansing e.g. alcohol or spirit can damage the furniture surface.
Always observe the appliance manufacturers’ instructions for your own safety, both during installation and in everyday use. Despite all the technical and structural precautions taken, it is impossible to exclude certain risks of injury entirely. Particular attention should therefore be paid to the safety of children: fingers may become jammed in drawers and doors. Children may also use drawers or handles to climb on. Remember that they can bang their head against the worktop or accidentally reach onto a hot hob. Always check whether additional safety precautions are needed for your purposes in the kitchen, such as locked cabinets, childproof drawers, a special guard round hobs or protection to prevent injury on sharp edges and corners.