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Maintenance

  • MAINTAINANCE

Dear Customer,

IFB Kitchens are rigorously tested to comply with the highest standards of quality and durability. To ensure that you get the best from your IFB Kitchen, we have put together some advice for its operation and care. If you have any further questions, please do contact us and we will be happy to help you.

Team IFB

Care Advice for Duramax Cabinets11

  • Ensure that the cabinet storage space is not overloaded
  • Avoid exposing the cabinets to water for long periods
  • Use a slightly damp cloth with a liquid household cleaner to clean the laminated surfaces
  • Always wipe the cabinets dry with a soft cloth after cleaning
  • Do not use any scouring products, harsh liquid cleaners, polishes, waxes, hard sponges or steam cleaners
  • Always test a cleaner first

Tip: To avoid having to clean stubborn dirt from the top
of wall units, simply cover with a newspaper

Care Advice for Lamiply Shutters

  • These are high-quality, hard-wearing doors with laminated surfaces
  • Use a slightly damp cloth with a liquid household cleaner to clean the laminated surfaces
  • Always wipe the cabinets dry with a soft cloth after cleaning
  • Do not use any scouring products, harsh liquidn cleaners, polishes, waxes, hard sponges or steam cleaners
  • Always test a cleaner first

Care Advice for Acriluxe Shutters

  • Acriluxe Shutters have brilliant high gloss acrylic-faced MDF Panels
  • Clean with a dust-free, moist cotton cloth
  • Do not allow stains to dry. Wash stains immediately with water, possibly with addition of a non-scouring household cleaner or a soft soap solution
  • Always wipe the cabinets dry with a soft cloth after cleaning
  • Do not use any scouring products, polishes, waxes, hard sponges or steam cleaners
  • Always test a cleaner first

Tip: A film protects the Acriluxe Shutters in transit. Do not remove the film until the installation process is completed

Care Advice for Hinges Shutters and Tendem Boxes for Drawers

  • Clean Soft Close Hinges with a dry cloth
  • Lightly oil the hinges once a year
  • The Drawers and deep Drawers are equipped with Tandem Boxes that guarantee light and silent operation
  • The Tandem Boxes provide your drawers with a high load bearing capacity of up to 30 kg per drawer

Tip: Just glide/nudge the doors and drawers to close and watch the hardware do the rest

Care Advice for Plastic Parts

  • Plastic parts such as cutlery inserts, inset dishes, containers or plastic profiling, can be cleaned with a mild washing-up liquid and a damp cloth
  • Do not use any scouring products, harsh liquid cleaners, polishes, waxes, hard sponges or steam cleaners
  • Always test a cleaner first

Care Advice for Aluminium Profiles

  • Remove dirt as quickly as possible
  • Always clean with warm water or a neutral product
  • An aluminium cleaner is recommended for cleaning heavy dirt Always test the cleaner first

Advice for Glass Shutters

  • To clean glass shutters, use a common household glass cleaning agent
  • Dab it on a clean, dry cloth and wipe the glass clean

Tip: Dabbing prevents the liquid from streaking onto the cabinet and ensures that moisture does not seep into the profiles and frames

Care Advice for Handles

  • Handles should be cleaned frequently with household cleaning products and a soft damp cloth
  • While wiping the handles always clean the joints where the grime tends to collect, then wipe dry

Care Advice for Sinks

Stainless Steel Sinks:

  • Remove dirt with water and regular washing-up liquid then rinse with hot water and wipe dry
  • For stubborn dirt and water marks, use a stainless steel cleaner
  • Do not use aggressive cleaning or scouring products

Synthetic Sinks:

  • Synthetic sinks are manufactured from durable synthetic material
  • Household washing-up liquids and cleaning products can be used to clean these sinks
  • Do not use aggressive cleaning or scouring products
  • Pay close attention to the instructions of the manufactures

Tip: Remove stubborn dirt with dishwasher powder, limescale deposits with vinegar or limescale removers

Care Advice for Taps

  • Taps are the most used fixture in a kitchen. Always make sure they are kept sparkling clean and do not drip
  • Scrub the tap with an old toothbrush and a bit of baking soda. Use a wet cloth to wipe away the loosened dirt and finish by wiping the surface dry
  • To clean taps with a chrome and nickel finish, dab some vinegar on a damp cloth, clean the tap and finish by wiping the surface dry
  • Clean stainless steel taps with ketchup or cola—they are acidic hence help taps shine. Wipe off with a damp cloth after a few minutes
  • Pay close attention to the instructions of the manufacturers

Care Advice for Granite Counter-Tops

  • Granite Counter-tops are easy to care for and can be cleaned with household cleaning products
  • To clean the Granite Counter-top, fill the sink with warm water and mild dish soap, thoroughly wet a clean dish cloth or nylon scrub and wipe
  • Dry and buff your Granite Counter-top thoroughly with a microfibre cloth or soft terry towel to avoid streaking

Tip: Never place hot pots, pans or other hot objects directly on the worktop without protection

General Care Advice

  • IFB Kitchens have been designed for preparing food and related tasks in the home and must not be used in a commercial kitchen environment. This also applies to related technical equipment such as electrical appliances, sinks, taps, etc.
  • Ensure adequate ventilation during cooking and ensure that steam does not condense on the furniture
  • Always use the chimney at the required power level
  • Avoid water spilling over
  • Do not operate coffee machines, electric kettles or toasters directly beneath the wall units
  • Never place hot utensils and objects directly on the worktop or other furniture elements
  • The oven door seal must keep the heat around the oven door frame to touchable limits
  • Wait 20 minutes after the dishwashing cycle ends, before opening the dishwasher so that the steam can condense within the dishwasher
  • Do not keep oven and dishwasher doors open for ventilation purposes
  • Do refer to the opening instructions and manuals to get the best out of your appliances and products
  • Do not allow children to play in the kitchen area

Note: Non-compliance with the Maintenance Guidelines will result in the Warranty becoming void

IFB Kitchens Comes with a 10 Years Warrnaty