clean use a damp cloth or sponge and a mild soap or detergent.
Difficult stains such as coffee or tea can be removed using a
mild household cleaner and baking soda mixed to a paste and a
stiff nylon bristle brush scrubbing approx. 15-20 strokes. Do
not scrub so hard as to mar or scratch the surface finish.
textile and food dyes can cause permanent stains. If dye should
happen to spill, wipe it up immediately with dishwashing
detergent or an all-purpose cleaner.
leave standing water around joints or seams.
wool and other abrasive pads will damage the laminate face. Do
not use them for cleaning and don’t store steel wool pads on
your countertop; the metal can rust and leave stains.
sharp objects can damage the surface of laminate, marring its
beauty and lowering wear and stain resistance. Although high
pressure laminates are somewhat resistant to scratch and
marring, the surface can be damaged, even under normal use.
may need occasional dusting depending on where it’s used. To
keep the surface beautiful, use a non-oily furniture spray.
(Remember to clean the spray off several times a year to prevent
build-up.) Furniture polish can also help hide fine scratches in