Due to the types of activities that take place in a kitchen and the frequency with which the kitchen space kitchen is generally used, it is inevitable that with time, grease and grime will accumulate in the kitchen space and on the cabinet surfaces. Consequently, this buildup may result in streaked surfaces or a dull appearance of your beautiful cabinetry. To remove buildup, we suggest wiping down the cabinets in the direction of the grain of the wood, using a soft cloth that is dampened with warm water. This is generally advised to be done at least once every two weeks. However, you should adjust your cleaning schedule depending on the amount and frequency of activity that takes place in each individual kitchen. In the event that water alone does remove the buildup completely, it is acceptable to use mild dishwasher soap with water on a soft cloth to further clean your cabinetry. A mixture of warm water and vinegar on a soft cloth may also be used to remove stains or built up grime on your cabinetry. To remove any residual moisture that may be left on your cabinets, wipe the surface once again using a dry, soft cloth.