Product TLC

Please read the general care information in full before finding the relevant range specific care and cleaning information for your new kitchen.

  • Dry any water or spills from around the sink area after use. Water left could run onto the doors below it and can also cause damage to the worktop.
  • If a liquid is spilt on your doors, dry the front, back, top edge and underside, as soon as possible. Any liquid that is left to sit there will begin to penetrate the door.
  • Do not open your dishwasher door during or immediately after the cycle has completed. Please allow the appliance to cool completely before removing any items from it.
  • Items that generate heat or steam such as kettles, toasters, coffee machines or air fryers should never be placed directly under your wall units as the heat and moisture will cause the doors above to melt or distort. Ideally, all small appliances like this should be positioned away from any wall units. 
  • Never allow your oven to cool with the door open as this will cause any adjacent doors or panels to melt or deteriorate.
  • Never bake or grill with the appliance door open.
  • Always have your extractor fan turned on when using your hob. This will allow the steam and heat to be vented out of the room.
  • If you are using glass cleaner on glazed units, please ensure that the cleaner only comes into contact with the glass as the cleaning products chemicals could harm the door's finish.
  • Do not use a wax-furniture polish, abrasive or aggressive cleaners, bleach or disinfectants, multipurpose cleaners, dilutes, acetone, alcohol, solvent or similar products on the door, as this will damage the surface. Wax and polishes leave a residue build-up that is difficult to remove.
  • Remove all cooking splashes immediately with a damp cloth and dust with a clean, soft cloth only.
  • Never use any abrasive pads or abrasive cleaners on the furniture. Spills and condensation on the fascias/panels should be cleaned and dried immediately.