The Cabinet fronts are made of finished hardwoods. Their beauty and utility will last for many years with proper and careful care. It would be best if you cleaned splashes and splatters immediately to avoid persistent discoloration.
Dust cabinets with a soft, lint-free cloth frequently.
Water or a spray-type dust remover is preferred to dampen the cloth mildly. Once every few months, use a good-quality, non-oil-based furniture polish to polish the wood and laminate cabinet surfaces. Make sure to wipe up spills immediately.
Avoid using detergents, bleach, citrus or ammonia-based cleaners, soap pads, steel wool, or abrasive cleaners on your cabinets. Such extreme abrasives can degrade the wood finish.
The manufacturer advises against using paste wax or polishes containing silicone because the wax build-up is hard to get rid of. It leaves a residue that accumulates dust. Furthermore, clean the internal surfaces of the cabinets regularly.