Kitchen Worksurfaces

Granite Worktops

Keeping your worksurface clean could not be easier. All that is usually required for the most stubborn encrustation is a little water and washing-up liquid. Simply us a kitchen sponge and a little elbow grease. Then just wipe down with a dry paper kitchen towel. Polished granite makes and almost perfect worksurface for kitchens, however, it is important to note that granite will scratch and chip if mistreated. As with all work surfaces it is advisable not to cut or place hot pans onto it.

Wooden Worktops

All of the worktops that we supply will have been given a minimum of five coats of Danish Oil. It is important that timber surfaces are re-oiled at regular intervals to remain in the same condition as it was when it was first installed. The time span between is dependent upon the degree of use and wear it receives. For example, a highly worked surface will need re-oiling possibly once a week after initial install, gradually changing to once a month. At the very least timber worksurfaces should be re-oiled every three months. Regular oiling will keep the worktop looking like new for many years. Again, always use cutting boards to chop and slice food, do not place hot pans directly onto the worksurface and clean up spillages straight away to avoid staining.

Laminate Worktops

G L Joinery offer a choice of nearly 180 laminate worktop finishes. Laminate is easy to maintain, just wipe clean with a moist cloth and mild detergent. Like all worksurfaces, if mistreated it will become damaged,s o remember to place hot pains on protective mats, clean up spillages straight away and use boards for chopping.

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