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Cleaning in the kitchen: doors first and foremost!

Cleaning in the kitchen: doors first and foremost!

Find out what our practical and quick advice is for a kitchen that’s always in tip-top condition

Perhaps it’s because spring has just ended, and we are spending most of our time indoors, but cleaning the kitchen is no longer merely a routine. Let’s start with the nerve centres, the doors, to investigate the cleaning of all the other elements of the kitchen in future “issues”, including the most hidden and less visible ones.


3, 2, 1...Ready, steady, clean!

In the kitchen, there is no shortage of water, stains and dirt, and even the most hard-wearing materials require specific care to keep them gleaming and spotless over time.
Before you begin cleaning, keep in mind that our number one friend is a soft cloth, better still if it is microfibre, as it cleans the most popular kitchen door materials in-depth without using any detergents!

Stainless steel doors

Steel is an ultra-professional material: how can you behave like a true chef and keep it gleaming? With soap and water, or with neutral detergent, rubbing it on a non-abrasive sponge.
And for tougher stains, hot white wine vinegar or methylated spirit, rinsing off thoroughly and drying with a soft cloth.

Laminate and decorative melamine doors

For normal cleaning of your laminate or decorative melamine kitchen cabinet doors, you can use neutral detergent or, more simply, a soft cloth, better still if it is microfibre. To remove stubborn dirt, you can use a soft brush or sponge, together with liquid or neutral detergents, removing all traces with a dry cloth.

Wooden doors

For the maintenance of solid wood or veneered doors, use a soft cloth or a microfibre cloth dampened with water, making sure you always rub in the same direction as the grain.
For more in-depth cleaning, use a cloth with a small amount of non-abrasive detergent instead of water, then rinse with the well wrung-out cloth and dry all surfaces thoroughly.

Porcelain stoneware doors

Porcelain stoneware, a material affording superior performance and styling properties, can be cleaned with a soft cloth, better still if it is microfibre, dampened with hot water and neutral detergent if necessary. Then rinse off and dry thoroughly with a cloth. Limescale stains and residue can be removed using white wine vinegar or vinegar-based detergents, applying the product uniformly, leaving on for a few minutes and then rinsing off with water.

Are you ready for to clean your kitchen to professional standard? Don’t miss the next post dedicated to kitchen worktops!

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Cleaning in the kitchen: doors first and foremost!