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CABINET  CLEANING & CARE





           Wood Cabinet Surfaces
           As with all wood products, avoid excessive moisture. Jarlin cabinetry is designed for use inside the home or other buildings and
           is not intended for outdoor applications. Once your cabinets have been installed, wipe down all exteriors with a damp cloth to
           remove dust. Complete a small area at a time and wipe dry.
           Cleaning Agents
           Use a damp cloth when cleaning normal household spills. After wiping thoroughly, dry the surface with a lint-free cotton cloth.
           For stubborn stains, it may be necessary to use a mild detergent with warm water.  Always dry the surface immediately.
           Never use abrasive cleaners, scouring pads or powdered cleansers. Do not allow oven cleaner to touch any part of the cabinet.
           Everyday Care
           It is important to wipe up spills and water marks as they occur. Give special attention to areas around the sink and dishwasher.
           Avoid draping damp or wet dish towels over the door of the sink base cabinet. Over time, this moisture can cause permanent
           water damage to the door.
           Scratches, Gouges, & Nicks
           A Touch-Up Kit is available to hide surface damage. Contact Jarlin Cabinetry to purchase the color-matched touch-up kit for your
           specic cabinets. Use the kit's touch-up pen to hide minor blemishes. Use the kits tinted putty to ll deeper scratches, gouges,
           or nicks. Detailed instructions are provided in each kit.

           Avoid Light Damage
           Exposure to direct sunlight tends to darken the color of natural wood products. Sunlight can also fade painted wood surfaces.
           Consider the use of draperies or blinds to protect your cabinets from direct sunlight. Please be aware that natural light and
           uorescent light will fade the nish from it’s original color.
           Avoid Heat Damage
           The heat generated when using an ovens self-cleaning feature is much greater than during normal cooking. If this heat escapes
           from the oven, it can damage your cabinets. While this is a rare circumstance, you can minimize the risk of cabinet damage by
           opening cabinet door and drawers nearest the oven before using its self-cleaning feature.

           Waxing & Polishing
           Waxing is not recommended. Over time, waxing and polishing compounds may build up on the surface of your cabinet causing
           hazy, streaky, or a yellowed appearance to your cabinets nish.
           Cleaning Glass Doors
           Extra care is required when cleaning glass doors. Spray an ammonia-free glass cleaner on a clean cotton cloth or paper towel.
           Do not spray cleaner directly on the glass. The spray could run or seep behind the frame or mullions and cause damage.






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