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Jul

31

Kitchen Cabinet Cleaning

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

Kitchen Cabinet Cleaning,kitchen d¨¦cor,edges of the cabinet,doors of the cabinet

When you think about kitchen d¨¦cor, it becomes vital to ensure that you take adequately good care of the existing furniture. If you don’t maintain your furnishings properly, there is no point bringing extra pieces of furniture. Cleaning is an important aspect of decoration. The kitchen cabinet is one of the most visible pieces of furniture in the kitchen. In this article, we will give you certain tips on how to clean kitchen cabinet. Kitchen cabinets are used extensively; therefore it requires cleaning on a regular basis.

Tips on Kitchen Cabinet Cleaning
 

  • The first and foremost thing is that; don’t be in a hurry when you take up the task of cleaning. Spend a reasonable time on cleaning the kitchen cabinet. Prefer switching off your phone for sometime, so that there is no interruption.
  • According to your cleaning style, assemble all the things that you need for the purpose of cleaning. Usually, a person needs a clean sponge, detergent, a bucket of water and brush for cleaning the stubborn stains.
  • Begin with the cleaning of top shelves of the kitchen cabinet. Dismantle everything and place all the parts on the table, so that you can clean them properly.
  • Wipe off the dust and the debris accumulated on the various parts of the cabinet using a damp piece of cloth.
  • Take the sponge and immerse it in the soapy water and then nicely clean the top and bottom of the shelves as well as the edges of the cabinet.
  • Don’t shut the doors of the cabinet; rather keep them open so that the area becomes completely dry.
  • After leaving the cabinet for drying, sort the parts that have been taken out.
  • Also clean the bottles and other containers that have been kept inside the cabinet.
  • When the cabinet is fully dry, assemble all the parts. Thereafter, place a clean newspaper on the surface of shelves and then properly place all the bottles and containers.

The cleaning of kitchen cabinet will prevent insect infestations and also the accumulation of dust particles. In a nutshell, it will take good care of your health.

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Jul

31

Custom Kitchen Cabinets

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

Custom Kitchen Cabinets,Replacing the cabinets,Custom Cabinet For Kitchen,material for the kitchen cabinet,Stainless steel kitchen cabinets

Replacing the cabinets is perhaps one of the largest expenses, when you are planning to renovate your kitchen. However, if you make a wise decision, you can save a lot of money on the kitchen remodeling project. Custom cabinetry is the best bet for the kitchens, which are shaped irregularly, have unusual storage needs or if you have to satisfy specific aesthetic requirements. Moreover, since they are made according to your personal choices, they provide a lot of scope for incorporating the design, style, color and material of your choice. Custom kitchen cabinets are installed by either a custom cabinetry manufacturer or a local custom wood shop. However, before installing such a cabinet, you should have a broad idea about the kind of cabinet that will be suitable for your kitchen. We are here to help you with some ideas for custom kitchen cabinets.

Custom Cabinet For Kitchen
 

  • First, contact a professional designer to prepare a detailed design plan for your project. Sit with the professional and figure out the measurements of the cabinets.
  • Next, finalize the material for the kitchen cabinet. There are many options available in the market, the most common being wood, stainless steel and laminate.
  • As far as wood is concerned, you can choose from cherry wood, ebony, pine, oak, mahogany or hickory. Alder wood has hit the furniture stores recently and is gaining popularity. You can also go for the less expensive option – birch. Make sure that you install the cabinet in sync with the existing d¨¦cor.
  • Stainless steel kitchen cabinets are also nice options to consider. Laminate cabinets are inexpensive and come in a variety of colors, while stainless steel kitchen cabinets are known for their durability and low maintenance cost.
  • While choosing the color for the finish of the cabinets, make sure that the color can remain new, without fading, for a long time.
  • Next, decide whether you want to maintain a traditional look or go for the contemporary style. If the answer is traditional, then your cabinet will involve more number of moldings. Whereas, the contemporary look is based on the philosophy of simplicity. Uncluttered, simplistic and ready to use is what describes the modern style kitchen cabinetry.
  • Full-extension drawers are in hot trend. Not only do they have a lot of space, but also they eliminate bending and hunting for the stuff. You may purchase a premium full-extension drawer, with a ‘soft-close’ drawer that stops them from slamming shut.
  • After you have figured out the measurements for the cabinets and finalized the materials required for the same, it is the time to schedule and begin the project. The project shall be started by discarding the existing door and drawer fronts of the old cabinets. This shall be replaced by the new cabinet door, cabinet fronts and hardware.

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Jul

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How to Organize Your Kitchen Cabinets

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

How to Organize Your Kitchen Cabinets,How to Organize,Kitchen Cabinets,organization project,cabinet space,Lower cabinets,Sliding Cabinet Drawers,Cabinet Roll-Out Storage,Cabinet Organizer

The first rule to any organization project is to get rid of the stuff you don’t use. For example, when is the last time you used that waffle maker or that quesadilla maker? Keeping these items solely because we spent money on them, or because they may be used one day, is not a good enough reason to keep them. Donate these items (if they are in working condition) to someone who can or will use them. All they are doing is taking up unnecessary space and preventing you from getting organized.

Step 1

Keep Like Items Together: Keep bowls stacked together, plates stacked together, glasses and mugs for example.
Keep Regularly Used Items Accessible: Reaching those high shelves can be challenging. Therefore, keep items that you use on a regular basis towards the lower, easier to reach shelves.
Store Seasonal Items: Unless you have ample cabinet space, store your seasonal items such as holiday plates and serving pieces to make room for everyday items.

  • Step 2


    Lower cabinets can present a few different challenges such as, viewing and accessing hard to reach items and limited space. In order to maximize the space inside your cabinets while still providing easy access to your stored items, you will want to consider these following tips

  • Step 3


    Sliding Cabinet Drawers : This is very useful for hard to reach items.
    Cabinet Roll-Out Storage : This a little pricier than the item above, but it is helpful for a wider area.
    3-Tier Cabinet Organizer This item mounts to the inside of the cabinet, a great way to maximize that space!