Care & Cleaning

Caring for your casework

Easy cleaning and maintenance

Whether you are an office looking to keep your space neat, or a medical facility that needs to remain sanitized, our casework can be cleaned with any non-abrasive product.


Routine care

A damp cloth or sponge and mild soap will work perfectly, even window cleaners and mild detergents. Abrasive products such as scouring pads, steel wool, or sandpaper are not recommended.

Thermofused Laminate (TFM)

These TFM surfaces are easy to maintain; however, permanent ink marks may be removed with solvent-based products like mineral spirits, M.E.K., or lacquer thinner, and then immediately wiped with a damp clean cloth.

High-Pressure Laminate (HPL)

HPL can usually be rinsed with just a damp cloth. For stronger sanitation, window cleaners, mild detergents, isopropyl alcohol, Lysol®, and Clorox® can be used; however, prolonged exposure to bleach will cause discoloration, so use with discretion.

Solid Surface

For daily care, use a damp cloth with soap and water; however, if you prefer ammonia-based solutions, they can be used and wiped dry. Avoid exposing the surface to harsh chemicals such as paint remover, nail polish remover, or drain cleaners.

Trespa® and Phenolic

These products have a non-porous surface making them nearly impervious to spills and liquids. Nevertheless, regular maintenance is recommended as you would for any work environment. A soft towel with a mild cleaning agent is all you need.


Regular upkeep is recommended to ensure a disinfected, uncontaminated working environment. Use a soft towel and mild soap with water for general cleaning, and acetone can be used to thoroughly clean surfaces where allowed.

Stainless Steel

Even though it is very resistant to rust, you should maintain a germ-free surface by frequent cleaning. Use a cotton cloth and mild soap with water or a glass cleaner to maintain your stainless steel's original appearance and luster.

Safety first

With all cleaners, we advise testing a small unnoticeable area to ensure that the products do not adversely affect or damage the surface being cleaned.