Liquid Kitchen & Bath Renovation
PRODUCT CARE & WARRANTY
New cabinets for your kitchen or bath can be a big investment and you want to keep them looking great for many years to come! There are some very simple things you can do to maintain their appearance. Just like any other type of furniture, the cabinets should be dusted and/or vacuumed regularly to remove any dust particles that have accumulated.
On paint finished cabinets, only use a mild cleaner such as Ivory® Soap diluted with warm water. Apply with a microfiber cloth.
On stain finished cabinets, use a mild wood cleaner such as original Murphy® Oil Soap diluted with warm water. Apply with a microfiber cloth.
After cleaning, dry surfaces immediately with a soft cloth. Any residues caused from cooking oils or smoke should be wiped up with a damp cloth and a small amount of furniture cleaner. Old t-shirts, cheesecloth, dish towels, or flannels make great wiping cloths; just make sure they are clean and free of buttons or snaps so they don’t cause scratches.
It takes just a small amount of effort to keep a kitchen looking brand new. Here are a few more tips to help you keep your cabinets looking new for many, many years to come!
• Wipe up spills, splatters, and water spots as they occur immediately, keeping the cabinets dry.
• Clean as needed with a soft, lint-free cloth. Use a mild detergent or soap with warm water.
• Dry surfaces immediately with a soft cloth.
• Avoid using a dish cloth or sponge. It could contain remnants of grease or detergents.
• Do not use products with bleach, ammonia, or abrasive additives like petroleum solvents.
• Never use scouring pads, steel wool, or powdered cleaners.
• Do not allow oven cleaners to come into contact with wood surfaces.
• Avoid placing small kitchen appliances where heat is directed onto cabinet surfaces.
• Avoid draping damp cloths or dish towels over cabinet doors – excessive moisture can cause permanent damage.
Quartz can be cleaned easily with a mild detergent, water and a soft cloth or paper towel, then rinse and dry thoroughly. Abrasive cleansers or harsh scouring pads and cleansers that contain bleach should not be used with quartz. Engineered stone surfaces do not require polishing to keep them shiny and smooth, but they should be cleaned gently to maintain their distinctive shine. Some quartz colors and finishes liked honed, matte, etc., are more sensitive to grease or finger-prints and may require extra care during routine cleaning.
Avoid using metal knives and utensils directly on the countertop, as metal may scratch the quartz. When chopping vegetables, slicing bread or preparing other foods with sharp utensils, use a cutting board to prevent scratches.
While quartz countertops are resistant to scratches, scuffs, dents, stains and burns, these surfaces are not damage-proof. Homeowners must take care to avoid exposing quartz countertops to permanent inks, markers or dyes, as these substances may not be removable. If a countertop is marked by a permanent marker or dye, rinse the area with water as soon as possible, then apply a cleansing product approved for stone care if the stain is still visible. Clean the area again with water after applying the cleanser.
Although quartz is resistant to stains from juice, wine, coffee and other food substances, it is best to wipe up spills immediately to prevent possible stains. Do not use metal utensils or knives directly on the quartz surface.
Quartz countertops can be damaged by direct exposure to heat. When cooking, use trivets or heating pads to guard the countertop surface against direct exposure to hot cookware or coffee pots.
Cabinets installed and manufactured by Liquid Kitchen&Bath is covered with a limited warranty. Cabinets warranty will not cover damages caused by the owner’s use of the product or natural of the product unless damage is linked to an error made by the company. After installation of cabinets, any warranty claim filed within 1 year of original installation will be fully covered. Any warranty claim field in 1-2 years will carry a labour charge to perform warranty work, however material costs are covered. Any warranty claim field after 2 years will carry a labourand material charge to perform warranty work
Quartz countertops installed and manufactured by Liquid Kitchen&Bath is covered with a life time limited manufacturer warranty that covers manufacturers defects. Manufacturer’s warranty will not cover damages caused by the owner’s use of the product unless damage is linked to an error made by the company. Please follow the manufacturer’s specific recommendations for maintaining your new countertops to get the maximum value from this investment.