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Melamine, Vinyl and Foil:

Occasional marks can be removed with a soft damp cloth, warm water and a very mild detergent. Moisture will not harm the surface of these doors but in order to protect the doors never allow water to lie on any surface, always wipe away any spillage immediately. Do not use harsh scowering powders or solvents, as they will damage the surface.

To prevent heat damage to foil wrapped kitchen doors we strongly advise that extractors are always used above working hobs and that ignited jets of a hob are never in use without saucepans above. In addition, heat deflectors should be used where foil wrapped doors are positioned next to ovens that do not have factory fitted metal heat deflectors. In addition to the above, kettles, toasters and other heat generating appliances should be placed carefully to avoid heat transfer to doors and trims. We will not take responsibility for heat damaged foil wrapped doors if the afore mentioned preventative measures have not been taken.
Temperature & Humidity:

When cooking and washing try to ensure there is adequate ventilation. Dryers, if possible, should be vented to the outside to avoid excessive humidity in the kitchen. Excessive changes in temperature and humidity should be avoided as much as possible.
Staining:

The finishes used on various doors will resist most household chemicals. However damage and discolouration can be caused by some chemicals and strong dyes such as concentrated fruit juices, beetroot juice etc. If spillage occurs, wipe away and rinse immediately, ensure to leave the door dry.
Sinks & Taps:

Stubborn stains on Fragranite sinks can be removed using biological washing powder or a concentration of dishwasher powder (sometimes left overnight). Diluted Bleach may also be used but not allowed to dry on the surface. Other proprietary cleaners such as Bar Keepers Friend or Shiny Sinks for stainless steel are also recommended.

Never use general cleaners on tap finishes, only mild detergent (washing up liquid) otherwise the guarantee may be invalidated.
Timber Doors:

Each door has characteristic variations in grain and colour and should be cared for in the same way as any piece of fine furniture. In most cases they should be cleaned with only a slightly damp cloth to help preserve the beauty of the wood. A good quality wax furniture polish can also be applied on occasion to enhance their natural beauty.
Glass Doors:

For persistent marks they can be removed by first using a very mild solution of water and household detergent (non abrasive). Or sugar water can be used which is good for removing grease. Once the mark is removed the area should then be wiped over with a damp soft cloth to remove any excess and then finally dried with a soft, clean cloth. No water should ever be left on any surface of the door for any length of time. On no account must an abrasive or solvent cleaner be used as they could damage the surface.

A non-abrasive window cleaner should be used, if the door is leaded care should be taken using cleaning solutions on the decorative leading.
Polyester Doors:

Occasional marks in most cases, can be removed with a soft damp cloth. More persistent marks can be removed using a solution of 50% water and 50% mentholated spirits. Once the mark is removed, the area should be wiped over with a damp cloth to remove any excess and dried with a soft clean cloth. Do not use other solvents or an abrasive cleaner as these could cause permanent damage to the surface.
Granite Worktop care:

Granite is waterproof, stain-resistant, heat resistant, scratch resistant - in most cases it will just wipe clean with a damp cloth. All our granite kitchen worktops are sealed initially but they will need to be resealed on a regular basis - we recommend every 4 months. Oil based substances can sink into the granite and take a long time to dry out so we recommend that all spills are mopped up immediately.
Solid Wood Worktop care:

It is important to re-oil the worktop at regular intervals to maintain the durability of the oiled finish and keep the worktop looking at its best. When the worktop is newly oiled and the surface treatment is in good condition it will have a sheen to it. After a period of time the treated surface will wear and the sheen will diminish and the surface becomes dull and dry looking.
In use with a good coating of oil any spilt liquids or water should "bead" and form into globules, it is a sign that the worktop needs another coat of oil when this beading effect starts to disappear and water starts to lie flat on the work surface. A further coat of oil should be applied to the worktop between once every three to six months, depending on usage. Regular treatment of oil like this will keep the worktop looking like new for many years.
Laminate Worktop care:

Laminate worktops are very easy to care for and maintain. Every day kitchen cleaners are fine to use on your laminate worktop and will not discolour or mark your work surface. Hi gloss worktops will show watermarks and smear but a dry cloth with some window cleaner and a little bit of buffing will soon get rid of the marks and will soon have them back shinning.