It is recommended that you clean the interior and exterior of your kitchen or bath cabinets once a month with a clean cloth and dry immediately with a cloth. Any spills need to be wiped up as they occur, they could soak in and leave permanent damage or discoloration to your cabinet’s finish. It is advisable to dust or vacuum panel ledges, use caution around the edge profiles and use vacuum attachments that are soft.
Paper towels are often not recommended because of their abrasiveness. The best option for wiping kitchen cabinets is a clean, soft cloth. Avoid using your dishcloth to clean or dry cabinets because they could have remnants of grease or harsh detergents. Always dry the interior and exterior of your cabinets with a clean cloth using light pressure. A common cause for damage to cabinetry is over scrubbing during maintenance which can raise the gloss and destroy the original finish.
Avoid using harsh detergents, strong soaps or any cleaners that have abrasive additives, bleach, or ammonia in them. If food or grease gets on your cabinets dampen a clean cloth with a mild soap and water mixture. Following the cleaning, rinse and wipe any existing moisture off the front and back doors of the cabinets. Liquid waxes and self-polishing waxes contain cleaners or silicone and can cause deterioration on the cabinets finish. Furniture polish can be used if waxing is preferred. Make sure to wipe off any extra polish to avoid buildup.
Often called “European style”, frameless cabinets have been becoming more popular in the US as of late. Typically the US market has praised kitchen cabinets with a face frame, but trends are bringing frameless into the lime light. Frameless cabinets are sometimes referred to as “full access” cabinets due to the fact that they offer up to 20% more storage space.
So how do they get away with this? Well frameless cabinets are built out of higher-grade case material. This keeps the cabinet strong while ditching the solid frame. Therefore, frameless kitchen cabinets are slightly more environmentally friendly as they use less resources. Although frameless cabinets tend to be the way to go for more modern looking kitchens they can also be used for more traditional kitchens while keeping that extra storage. Come down and talk to one of designers about making the switch to frameless cabinets!
Since starting in 1999 Koch and Co continue making improvements to their kitchen and bathroom cabinets. Keeping up with the times is important to the company. Here’s some of the things they’ve been doing to stay on trend. The finish is now applied flat lined. This results in a thicker, more durable application that’ll outlast the competitions. Since the cabinets are made in their factory making changes to keep up with current door style trends is easy to do versus those who outsource. Koch has been able to simplify cabinet construction while keeping it stronger with a ½” back, making it more durable than competitors at similar price levels. Getting rid of the middle style on wall cabinets has not only added more space and accessibility, but looks much cleaner. As far as hardware goes Koch now offers plenty of premium upgrades. Self-closing drawer guides, under mount drawer guides, concealed hinges, and soft closing hinges just to name a few.
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When remodeling a few people are opting for a smaller space rather than typically expanding it. Downsizing has quite a few benefits. Opting for a smaller kitchen can promote a more intimate family experience, this can be said for all rooms in the house. Another benefit of downsizing is kitchen organization. With less space to fill more of your budget could go into the cabinet organization. Here at Cabinet Factory Outlet we have plenty of options for your kitchen cabinets to become more functional. With companies like Rev-A-Shelf we can certainly deck out your kitchen cabinets with all of the bells and whistles to make your cabinets organized. Along those lines, another benefit of downsizing is the ability to buy higher quality kitchen cabinets you may not have been able to afford with a bigger space. Here at Cabinet Factory Outlet we have price ranges that are sure to fit your budget. Also, with less ground to cover opting for granite or quartz countertops over laminate could become a reality that might not have been before with a bigger layout.