Cabinet Care
Your cabinets have interior and exterior finishes that are impervious to a list of household agents, foods and beverages. However, from time to time, they do need regular cleaning and care.   
Caring for the Interior
1.  Simply wipe with a damp cloth or sponge, then dry immediately. 
2.  To remove food residue or grease, use any common dishwashing liquid and a damp cloth to wipe clean. Dry thoroughly. 
FOR SPILLS:  If a spill occurs, clean up and dry surface immediately. Left unattended, a spill can soak through the surface and cause damage. 
Caring for Wood Surfaces
As a rule, wood finishes may be cleaned and protected with any commercial cleaning polish. Products such as Murphy's Oil Soap contain no wax, petroleum or silicones. (Wax tends to build up on the surface. Silicone can harm the cabinet's finish.) 
1.  Wipe the surfaces with a clean, damp cloth, then dry immediately. 
2.  To remove general soil or grease, use any common dishwashing liquid and a damp cloth to wipe clean. Dry thoroughly. 
3.  Excess moisture can damage any cabinet finish; areas near the sink, range, dishwasher, oven and baseboards are most susceptible. Keep these surfaces dry. 
4.  Avoid draping damp cloths or dish towels over cabinet doors. Over time, this moisture could cause permanent water damage. 
5.  Waxing is not necessary, but you may apply any furniture polish or lemon oil recommended for fine furniture, if desired. Be sure to wipe off excess to avoid build-up. 
NOTE:  Do not sure a dish cloth for cleaning. It could contain remnants of grease or detergents. 
BLEACH & AMMONIA:  Avoid using cleansers that contain bleach, ammonia, or abrasives. These cleaners can damage your cabinet's finish. 
Caring for Laminate, Thermofoil, and Painted Surfaces
Rosebud's laminate and thermofoil are both durable and trouble-free. 

Most non-abrasive household cleaners are ideal for these surfaces. However, cleaners with acetone, ethyl alcohol, or mineral oils should not be used. Harsh solvents and/or abrasives like turpentine may break down edge bonds, so avoid their use. 

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