Use and Maintenance

Wood & Wood Veneer Cabinet Finishes

Material Type

Wood is a natural material with specific features; differences in grain or shade between the various parts may occur. Exposing wood to direct sunlight may cause discoloration. Over time, wood matures and may change color slightly; this is not a defect. Finally, bear in mind that it behaves like a living product, even after processing, and will expand or contract depending on the humidity and temperature level of the surrounding environment.

Wood Veneer is made with veneer also called "sliced". It's a thin sheet of natural wood (about 0.6 mm) obtained through the cutting of logs. It is used to cover the various wood panels (MDF, chipboard, wood etc.), is called veneer.

Use & Maintenance

Clean gently using a damp cloth and dry thoroughly; avoid using detergents and sprays that are not specifically designed for natural wood finishes, as these could damage your cabinets; dry any water droplets or steam to avoid damaging the wood and wood veneer finishes, particularly under the sink base cabinet and surrounding areas. Never use products containing solvents such as acetone, ammonia, etc.