Regular maintenance is necessary to maintain your kitchen worktops in great shape and to keep them looking beautiful. A worktop that receives regular care will look great and be simple to maintain, but one that is neglected will rapidly get discoloured and might need a Furniture Restoration in East Lothian.

Use a well-known wood cleaner for regular cleaning. Just use the solution to dampen a towel and wipe the area clean.

Additionally, we advise using a separate cutting board instead of cutting food directly over the worktop area and using a heat mat or trivet when setting hot objects down on it.

What is the Purpose of a Kitchen Worktop Polish?

Many polishes are either not food safe or do not adequately seal the wood, making them inappropriate for wooden kitchen worktops. To make it easier for you to find what you’re searching for, we’ve created the list below.

  • Food security:

Ensure that the product complies with the Items in Contact along with Food Regulations so that you can use the kitchen worktop for keeping food items.

  • Avoid spillage by being careful:

The finish of a worktop should be stain- and water-resistant. The area surrounding sinks, where the wood is frequently damp, is very critical for this finish. It ought to be stain-resistant against typical household stains like fluid, tea, coffee, and wine, making upkeep and cleaning of your kitchen simple.

  • Defend from destruction

A quality worktop polish should blend itself deeply into the wood, feeding it and replenishing any lost oils to provide long-lasting protection. It should provide a strong, long-lasting finish that shields the surface from scuffs and scratches in addition to normal wear.

  • Highlight the wood’s inherent texture

Given the price of wooden kitchen countertops, you should use a liquid that brings out the wood’s inherent beauty while additionally providing some depth and warmth to the overall appearance.

How Frequently Should a Wooden Countertop be Polished?

It is appropriate to repeat the Worktop polish when water no more bounces on the top but instead rests flat on the wood. Similar advice applies if the worktop’s lustre appears to be fading. At the very least once a year, or more frequently in places with heavy traffic, we advise reapplying the Worktop polish.

Always use mild sand with a Sanding Pad before cleaning the surface with Wood Cleaner when applying to already greased wood. You should only need to use one or two coats when reapplying the polish to a worktop that has already been cleaned.

If you are looking for a Furniture Restoration in East Lothian, contact Bevens Furniture Restoration Ltd. 

For both antique and contemporary furniture, we have developed a reputation for offering premium lacquered finishes and conventional furniture polishing services. We can guarantee that the expert service we offer won’t leave you unsatisfied. Visit our website and contact us for any further queries.