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Kitchen Furniture Materials And How To Clean Them.

 


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Doors
The materials most commonly used for doors are:
Laminate: A material 18mm thick, dressed with high pressure coating that can endure hitting and scratching.

Wood:The kind of woods that are used for doors are : Oak - Beech - Cherry - Maple and Walnut wood, in solid and semi-solid texture.

Plywood: Many innovative structures can also be made of natural or artificial plywood

Stracture and shelves
The most durable shelves are those made of melamine covered with class E1 paper that can reserve water. Their back side is usually covered with finish executed paper and their front side with pvc.

Kitchen Counters
The materials most commonly used are:
High Quality HPL: A material resistant to scratching - hitting - changes of temperature and chemicals.
Granites - Quartzes or Corian: A material that can be sculpted on the bench and take different forms on tables or sinks. Moreover, as far as the color is concerned there is no limitation.
Steel, dressed in wood: This material allows us to choose from benches of different thickness. Besides steel is considered the most modern material for kitchen furniture .

Tables
The construction of wooden tables depends most of the times on the quality of wood used in the kitchen. Furthermore, you can choose tables made of colored, transparent or sandblasted glass.

Advice for furniture Cleaning

Advice for cleaning wooden doors
A wooden piece of furniture is like a human being. It lives and breathes. We should always treat it with respect.
In order to clean wooden or lacquered doors not all kinds of detergents are suitable for they contain substances harmful to the wood.
The best way to clean wooden furniture is to use a natural green soap and a very soft sponge or cloth.
Apply the soap and then remove it carefully with the cloth. Finally, use a soft dry cloth to remove all the excess moisture from the furniture.

Advice for cleaning counters
For counters made of granite, quartz, corian or wood the cleaning method is the same as with the one for the doors. Always remember to remove moisture from joints, especially with wooden surfaces.

If these instructions are followed thoroughly then your kitchen furniture will last longer and will always look as good as new.

Advice for cleaning INOX surfaces:
INOX surfaces should always be cleaned with a very soft cloth in order to avoid marks and scratches.

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