Dust cabinets periodically with a soft lint free cloth
For a deeper clean, use a clean soft cloth dampened with warm water. If necessary, use a mild solution of dishwashing liquid and clean warm water. After cleaning wipe cabinets down with a clean damp cloth to remove dishwashing liquid residue and then dry with a clean soft cloth.
Wipe up splatters and spills as quickly as possible. Prolonged exposure to grease, food and liquids can cause permanent discoloration to the finish of your cabinets
Avoid using sponges or dishcloths to clean your cabinets as they may can particles that could scratch the finish. They may also contain remnants of grease or harsh cleaning products.
Avoid harsh chemicals on your cabinets such as detergents, multi-purpose abrasive cleaning products, products containing bleach, and silicone based cleaning products.
Cabinets do not need to be polished or waxed. This can cause a buildup over time that may cause cabinets to have a hazy or streaked appearance.
Beware of excess moisture, especially around the sink, range, dishwasher, oven and baseboard areas which are most susceptible. Immediately dry surfaces where water may have spilled using a clean cloth.
Never hang damp towels over cabinetry to dry. This could cause the wood to expand and damage the finish.