Tips for Cleaning and Degreasing your Lacquered Kitchen Furniture | April 11, 2024


Having a bright kitchen helps create a welcoming and pleasant space. We give you some tips to achieve this and maintain impeccable hygiene, including for cabinets, which are often neglected even though they undergo a lot of wear.

What to do and what not to do

Avoid Harsh Cleaners
Lacquered furniture is elegant but sensitive. Avoid using aggressive cleaners such as acetone, limescale removers, nail polish remover, bleach, products with high alcohol content, or oven cleaning products. If necessary, use these products only on the white parts of the facades, rinsing them quickly.

  1. Rinse After Using Detergent or Black Soap

If you use laundry detergent or black soap, be sure to rinse the upholstery thoroughly. Otherwise, these products will leave unwanted greasy marks.

    1. Avoid Abrasive Products

Avoid using abrasive sponges or powder products to clean lacquered furniture, as this may cause scratches. Likewise, be careful with products like magic eraser sponge or clay stone. If you use them, be sure to dilute them considerably.

  1. Clean Gently

Use gentle, circular motions to clean lacquered furniture. Choose to use a soft cloth to avoid damaging the surface.

  1. Respond Quickly to Projections:

Quickly clean splashes and dirt that are still damp using a cloth. Dried splatters will be more stubborn to remove.


Page: 1 sur 3
Page: 1 sur 3 SEE MORE..

Thanks for your SHARES!