Feb 19, 2018
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Proper Cabinet Care

Cabinet Care

Now that your cabinets are installed, let’s talk maintenance. Kitchen Cabinet Distributors wants your cabinets to remain beautiful for years to come, so we’ve put together some basic maintenance tips to help you care for your new cabinets.

CABINET CARE TIPS

  • Wipe your cabinets with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth.
  • Use warm water or a mild dishwashing liquid mixed with warm water.
  • Ensure spills and splatters are wiped immediately to avoid staining. Prolonged exposure can create discoloration or damage to the finish.
  • Always dry surfaces thoroughly once you are done cleaning.
  • Wash and polish your cabinets once or twice a year using a coat of high quality, oil-based furniture polish. An emulsion-type clear polish is recommended. Do not use wax-based products as this causes buildup on the cabinet surface.
  • Avoid exposure to high heat sources. To avoid damage, we recommend removing cabinet doors and drawers near self-cleaning ovens during cleaning cycles.
  • For glass door fronts, use ammonia-free sprays and spray directly on cleaning cloth to avoid spraying
    cabinet.

WHAT TO AVOID

  • Don’t use harsh detergents, strong soaps, abrasive cleaning products, scouring powder, scouring pads or other harsh abrasives.
  • Don’t not use spray polishes containing silicone or petroleum solvents.
  • Don’t use products that contain ammonia.
  • Don’t use bleach or products containing bleach.
  • Don’t use your dishcloth or sponge to clean and dry cabinets as this may contain grease or particles that can damage the finish.
  • Don’t mount or place heat-producing appliances beneath cabinets due to excess heat and moisture
    exposure. If you notice moisture buildup, wipe dry immediately
  • Don’t use brass and silver polishes on hardware. These polishes contain harsh chemicals that can
    damage the finish of the cabinet.
Feb 3, 2018
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Kabinart means Allwood Construction !

QUALITY CONSTRUCTION & FEATURES

ALL WOOD BOX CONSTRUCTION

When we say “all wood box construction” we mean everything.  From face frames, cabinet sides and backs, to toe kicks and hanging rails, you won’t find any particle board in our cabinets.

  1. Face Frames – 1-3/4″ x 3/4″ kiln-dried white oak, maple and cherry wood
  2. Cabinet Sides – 3/8″ laminated plywood
  3. Cabinet Tops and Bottoms – 3/8″ laminated plywood
  4. Hanging Rail – Walls – 4″ x 3/8″ plywood concealed hanging rail. Bases – 2-1/2″ x 11/16″ solid wood hanging rail.
  5. Cabinet Backs – 5/32″ plywood dadoed into end panel
  6. Shelves – 3/4″ laminated plywood shelf, adjustable in both walls and bases
  7. Drawer Box – 5/8”solid wood, furniture dovetailed drawer with plywood bottom dadoed into sides. Full extension soft close drawer guide
  8. Hinges – Concealed cup hinge with 6-way adjustment and integrated soft-close mechanism
  9. Finish – multi-step catalyzed furniture finish applied to all wood doors and cabinet frames; Kabinex natural maple laminate interior
  10. Wood Veneer Finished Ends – All cabinets may be ordered with wood veneer finished ends
Feb 2, 2018
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Kabinart Announces all New Cabinet Doors

MORE NEW DOOR STYLES

Our cabinets are made with all wood construction by skilled professionals.  We want to offer you a variety of choices, so we recently added more door styles.  Check them out below and get with LKN CABINETS, www.LKNcabinets.com near you for more information.

 

Georgetown

Doors are full overlay with 2 ¾” mitered rails and stiles.  Drawer fronts are five-piece, pillow mitered construction with solid reverse raised center panel inserts.

Available in Maple and Cherry
GE_CRD 1000GO_RSW-ONX 1000
                  
Lexington
Doors are full overlay with 2 ¾” mitered rails and stiles.  The center panel insert is a solid raised panel.  Drawer fronts are five-piece, pillow mitered construction, with solid reverse raised center panel inserts on the top drawer of base and drawer base cabinets. All other drawers have solid raised panel inserts.
Available in Maple and Cherry
Lexington Cherry Lexington Maple
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