• For everyday cleaning use a clean, damp, non-abrasive cloth with a mild detergent or household cleaner.
  • For dusting use a non-oily furniture spray. This may also help hide small scratches.
  • Use a hot pad or trivet to avoid placing hot pans or dishes directly on the laminate surface.
  • Do not use cleaners containing acid, alkali, or bleach. This includes cleaners made for toilets, tubs, tiles, ovens, rust, metal, ceramic cook tops, and lime/mineral deposits. If you’re unsure about a particular cleaning agent, contact the manufacturer to ensure its compatibility with laminate surfaces.
  • Do not allow bottles, rags, or anything else that may have harsh chemicals to contact your laminate countertop. This includes hair dyes, clothing dyes, and food coloring.
  • For difficult stains apply a paste of baking soda and water to draw out the stain. Blot away with a damp cloth. Don’t rub the stain, as it may set back into the laminate.
  • To remove pen or pencil stains you may use solvents such as denatured alcohol or nail polish remover on your laminate countertop. Use a small amount and repeat until the stain is removed. Rinse the surface thoroughly, clean as usual.
  • Ceramics, earthenware, and other rough bottomed objects could scratch the laminate surface. Use a placemat or other protective underlay with these items.
  • Do not iron or even place a hot iron on the laminate surface. Do not place curling irons or hot rollers directly on the laminate surface.
  • Keep lit cigarettes from directly contacting laminate surface.
  • Knives and other sharp utensils could slice or scratch the laminate surface. Do not use scouring pads or steel wool on the laminate surface
  • Heavy impact can chip or crack the laminate surface, do not drop objects on your laminate countertop.
  • To remove stuck-on residue, scrub with a nylon bristled brush, such as a toothbrush or dish scrubber.