Many people take care of their “immediate” needs for their painted kitchen cabinets, like when spaghetti sauce splatters all over them when cooking Italian food. But many people neglect the “necessary maintenance” part of caring for their kitchen cabinets, and over time they look dirtier and older.
It’s a fact of life. Wood finishes fade over time. Whether it’s paint, stain or any other type of finish, on any kind of furniture. Here are a few tips on how to prevent fading cabinets so that your wood finishes can last longer.
Most people don’t enjoy cleaning and are always looking for ways to simplify their lives or get things done faster. If you could find a way to spend less time cleaning in the kitchen wouldn’t it be worth it?
There are a host of different surfaces that are prone to collecting dirt and dust in the kitchen. So when it comes to choosing kitchen cabinets and countertop materials it helps to know what materials are easier to maintain and clean.
In Florida our winters are pretty tame, but there are still some recommended things you should to prep your kitchen for the winter season. Kitchens need some minor upkeep and care if you want to keep them in the best possible shape and looking good for years to come. With the holidays fast approaching there is no better time so you can enjoy the festivities and ready to welcome friend and family into your home.
We spend a lot of time in the kitchen. It is probably one of the hardest working rooms in the home. With that comes abuse along with wear and tear. Whether it is pets, children, or everyday common use kitchens need some updates and maintenance every once in a while.
You finally have that new kitchen you have been dreaming of. Like any homeowner you want to keep that kitchen looking new. At the same time it is inevitable that when using your kitchen it will get dirty no matter how hard you try. Not to mention all the places that germs can grow and hide in your kitchen. So what cleaners are safe to use on your new cabinets and countertops? There are many cleaners that can damage or ruin the finish of these surfaces. It’s important to learn what is safe to use and clean with so you can enjoy that new kitchen look for years to come.