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Tip #1
Everything needs care and attention, and your kitchen furniture is no exception. This first and most important rule is one you should always remember.

Tip #2
Try to fill your drawers as evenly as possible so as to keep the sliding parts in balance. In placing things on shelves, heavier items should go on the outsides and lighter items in the centre.

Tip #3
Bear in mind the following maximum permitted static vertical loads: particle boards – 5 kg; bases of metal drawers – 30 kg; and shelves (in cupboards) – 10 kg.

Tip #4
Do not place items whose temperature is greater than 100°C on kitchen surfaces – place them on special heat-proof mats or similar products.

Tip #5
Laminated surfaces do not require special care. Laminate is a damp-proof material, which means that you can simply use a damp cloth to clean it. You can also use polishing products designed for use on plastics. Do not use polishes which must not come into contact with foodstuffs – always read the instructions for use carefully.
When cleaning plastic or metal surfaces you must never use abrasive cleaning equipment (such as scrapers or sponges) which could damage the surface.

Tip #6
Wooden surfaces should be cleaned using a damp cloth. After cleaning, always wipe the surface down with a dry cloth. We also recommend that you use polishing products designed for wooden surfaces.
When cleaning plastic or metal surfaces you must never use abrasive cleaning equipment (such as scrapers or sponges) which could damage the surface.

Tip #7
Marble and granite are ‘living’ materials – what makes them unique is their hygroscopicity, which is to say their tendency to absorb moisture. As a result, they can absorb stains which become very difficult to remove. To clean marble and granite surfaces we recommend that you use watered down methylated spirits.
From time to time you should work on the surfaces using a water-repelling product designed especially for marble and granite. They should then be dried using a dry cloth before being used again.
After cleaning, damp surfaces should always be wiped dry.

Tip #8
In caring for your metal surfaces you must not use abrasive products or products that can cause corrosion. Nor should you use sponges covered with metal or similar fibres when cleaning them. After cleaning, polish the surfaces with a soft, dry cloth for a pleasing effect.

Tip #9
Ceramic (earthenware and porcelain) and glass surfaces are fragile and may chip, break or shatter if struck. Metal items may scratch them and extremely heavy items may crack them. To clean them, use special products designed specifically for glass and ceramic surfaces. Do not use abrasive products or sponges covered with metal or similar fibres.

Tip #10
When using and cleaning electrical appliances and household goods, follow the instructions provided by the manufacturers.

Tip #11
After a certain period of use some furniture parts (hinges, locks, etc.) may no longer be in their optimal condition or position, and oils and similar materials used on them in assembly may have worn off. To ensure that these elements continue to operate effectively, hinges must be regulated at the right time and guide poles smeared with paraffin or similar. In the event of weakening of screw joints, they must be periodically tautened.

Tip #12
To avoid damage to your furniture, do not leave the door of a hot oven open for extended periods and do not clean the inside of the oven until it has cooled down.

Tip #13
Do not close the ventilation and air vents required for the cooling of electrical appliances and household goods.

Tip #14
Avoid mechanical damage to furniture surfaces.

Tip #15
Some surfaces may undergo a change in tone if consistently exposed to the sun. Protect your surfaces from direct exposure to sunlight.

Tip #16
Kitchen furniture is best suited to a well-ventilated space. The recommended relative humidity should be between 65 and 80%.

Tip #17
Take care of your kitchen: do not use soda, sand paper or abrasive products when cleaning.

Tip #18
Kitchen furniture will remain in best condition in a space where the air temperature is between +10 and +28°C.

Tip #19
If your furniture is situated in a room where the temperature is low, you should wipe it both inside and out with a clean, soft, dry cloth to remove any water from condensation.

Tip #20
Do not underestimate the importance of your extractor: correctly situated and installed and set to the appropriate strength it will significantly reduce the amount of fat that falls on your furniture.

Tip #21
We recommend that you care for your stainless steel items using specialist products that not only clean them but also leave an additional protective layer on the surface of the items that will repel water.

Tip #22
Avoid liquids with soluble qualities (such as spirits, benzene and acetone) coming into contact with your furniture. If this has occurred, remove the liquid from the surface of the furniture immediately using a dry cloth.

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