top of page

All Chestnut Grove Cabinetry is built to the highest standards. We use the best materials available to ensure that your cabinetry will maintain the attractive finish and structural soundness throughout years of normal usage. Here are a few tips to help you maintain the beauty and charm of your Chestnut Grove kitchen for years to come. 


Wood Cabinetry:


As with any products constructed of wood, a few moments of care and a little common sense will go a long way in keeping your new kitchen looks its best. 


  • Food/Water Spots:  clean cabinets with a mild detergent or with soap and water (use sparingly). Dry with a clean lint free cloth. 

  • Grease Spots/Crayon/Lipstick/Oil:  wipe with a damp cloth.

  • Use only products that are designed for wood cabinets. 

  • NEVER use abrasive cleaners, scouring pads, oven cleaners, paste waxes or any caustic cleaners. They will damage the surface.

  • NEVER use aerosol sprays containing silicones or paste waxes. 

  • NEVER leave a wet cloth on or near the cabinets. 

  • Always follow instructions carefully for self cleaning ovens and other appliances located on, in or adjacent to the cabinets. 

Thermofoil/Laminate Cabinets:


Follow the same guidelines as for wood cabinets (except for using cleaners/polishes that are designed for wood cabinets).

Decorative Hardware:


  • Periodically use mild soap and warm water to clean door and drawer hardware. 

  • Dry and polish with a clean soft cloth. 

  • NEVER use brass/silver or any other caustic cleaner as they contain harsh chemicals that can damage the hardware's surface

Glass Door Inserts:


  • Spray an ammonia-free glass cleaner on a soft cloth or paper towel to clean the glass. 

  • AVOID spraying cleaner directly on to the glass as overspray may cause damage to the wood, laminate or thermofoil door.



  • When required clean all granite, quartz, solid surface and laminate with a clean damp soft cloth.

  • NEVER use any abrasives or harsh scrubbing pads. 

  • NEVER use cleaning products that contain bleach, ammonia or any caustic agents as they will damage and dull gloss counter surfaces.

  • NEVER place any hot pots, pans and other cooking units directly on the counter. 

  • Always use a cork mat or trivet to prevent sudden and rapid changes of temperature. 

bottom of page