KraftMaid designs a line of kitchen cabinets that are available in a variety of sizes and styles, allowing you to find the cabinetry that best suits your needs. The cabinets do not require much maintenance, but you will need to clean the oak on occasion just as you would any other wood surface in the home. Use solutions that remove the basic elements that build up on the cabinets, such as grease and oily fingerprints, while keeping the cabinets safe and free from damage.
Wipe the cabinets on occasion with a damp cloth. Drizzle dish soap over the cloth if you have greasy buildup on the cabinets.
Wipe again with a clean cloth and water to remove all soap residue.
Let the cabinets air-dry. Drizzle a cleaning rag with oil soap. Again, wipe the cabinets with the oil soap, but this time, leave behind a thin coat of the soap.
Allow the cabinets to air-dry fully. The oil soap will restore moisture to the cabinets without damage or discoloration.