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How to Care for your Wood Vanity

Regular Dusting
Use a lint free cloth for regular dusting. Do not use pre-moistened dusting sheets (They may damage the finish).
For everyday cleaning use a damp cloth and dry immediately. To remove general soil or grease, we recommend Murphy Oil Soap Original Formula. It’s a great cleaner for all your wood surfaces.
Waxing & Polishing
Waxing is not recommended. If polishing is desired, then a small amount of lemon oil applied to a clean, dry cloth may be applied to the finish.

Relative Humidity Levels in Your Home

As the seasons change the humidity levels in your home will fluctuate which in turn may cause shrinking, cracking, warping or expansion of the solid wood doors, drawers and frames of your new vanity. Maintaining your home’s relative humidity between 40% and 45% will prevent this from happening.

Porcelain Sinks

Read the instruction on your chosen cleaner. Avoid using any abrasive cleaners that have a warning not to use on natural stone surfaces as you may unwillingly spill cleaner on your new top.

Quartz Tops


Quartz vanity tops are polished products and therefore require no sealing.

Cleaning Quartz

Quartz is not only durable, it is also very easy to keep clean. Its non-porous nature also makes it more difficult for bacteria, mold and mildew to grow, which makes it an ideal choice for bathrooms.

Tips for cleaning:

  1. Clean with a soft rag and PH-balanced detergent if necessary. The detergent must be non-bleach and non-abrasive.
  2. Wipe away liquids, stains and spills as soon as possible.
  3. For dried or heavy stains, use a glass cleaner and a non-abrasive sponge. Spray cleaner over the counter and leave for 8 to 10 minutes, then wipe away with the non-scratch sponge.
  4. For gum, grease or paint, remove with a plastic knife and then clean the rest with a soft rag.

TO AVOID DAMAGE – Generally, in order to care for Quartz vanity tops, one must avoid quick changes in temperature, hard pressure and scratching or impact.

Tips for avoiding damage:

  1. “Thermal shock” (a quick change in temperature) must be avoided. Do not set flat irons, hair dryers, etc., directly on the Quartz surface.
  2. Sharp tools must not be used directly on the Quartz surface. Quartz vanity tops are scratch resistant, but not scratch-proof. A forceful hit can chip the vanity top.