Cleaning wooden kitchen doors

Investing in a wood kitchen is a decision that requires you to put in a certain amount of work to maintain its natural beauty.

Specific products for this material can keep doors and panels looking like new, but they may not be effective against grease stains and dirt in general. It is better to resort to more traditional, effective cleaning methods such as warm water and ammonia (50 ml of ammonia to every 3 litres of water), taking care that the wooden elements do not remain wet, otherwise the residual damp may damage the fibre.

For routine cleaning, Arrital has a universal degreasing spray on its price list which should always be applied with a microfibre cloth.