Usually, a clean, soft cotton cloth or microfiber cloth for laminate and high gloss cabinetry- damped with warm water will do the trick.
For extra grime fighting, a mild solution of dishwashing liquid mixed with fresh, clean, warm water will take care of dirt and grease. After cleaning your stained or painted cabinets, wipe them down with a clean, damp, cloth and be sure to dry surfaces with another clean, soft cloth.
Laminated and high gloss materials MUST be dried with a microfiber cloth to avoid scratches.
Splatters and Spills?
Make sure to wipe them up quickly! Then, clean as needed with warm water or the mild dishwashing solution. Prolonged exposure to food, water, and other liquids, as well as grease and oil splatters can cause permanent damage or discoloration to your cabinets finish.
Should I polish or wax?
Neither! Your cabinets don’t require waxing and we don’t recommend it. Over time, waxing and polishing compounds may build up on cabinet surfaces forming a hazy appearance.
Do’s and Don’ts for cabinets:
Dust periodically, keep them clean by using a microfiber cloth
Use a mild dishwashing solution, 5% dishwashing liquid, 95% water
Always dry with a microfiber towel after cleaning
Maintain consistent temperature and humidity level in your home
Use drapes or blinds to shield cabinetry from direct sunlight
Use soap and water to clean door and drawer hardware and always dry with a microfiber towel after
Polish or wax
Drape damp dishtowels over cabinets
Clean laminates and high gloss materials in direct sunlight
Use any harsh detergents, strong soaps, multi-purpose cleaners