When the installer finishes your project, Closet Factory’s commitment to workmanship is just beginning. Because we strive to design, manufacture and install the best possible closet and home organization systems, we offer a transferable, lifetime warranty* against defects in workmanship or materials guaranteed by the location you purchased from.
At Closet Factory we take closet design seriously because we know that every custom closet we manufacture will be used day in and day out for a lifetime. That is why all of our closets are carefully cut and crafted at the local factory according to your needs. We offer only the best materials that you and your home deserve. Our closet systems are built to the floor like furniture and anchored into the walls for your family’s safety.
Plus, because your system is adjustable it can change as your needs do. We hope you will take this opportunity to meet with one of our skilled closet designers so that you can compare for yourself how our designs and products measure up. For over 35 years we have created closet organizer systems built to last you a lifetime. Some things never change.
* Warranty is void if there is a misuse of the product or if it is disassembled or worked on by anyone other than a certified Closet Factory installer. Products included in the system that are not manufactured by Closet Factory—sliding door mirrors, car lifts, wall bed mechanisms, etc.—come with their own limited warranty from the manufacturer and not from Closet Factory. We will replace or fix them only if they have been improperly installed.
The care of your new cabinets is easy. Most of the time a light dusting with a clean cloth will do the trick. If you want to give a thorough cleaning, you can follow these quick, easy steps.
Step 1. Remove items from the cabinets
Remove the items stored in the cabinets. You can remove everything at once or only do one shelf at a time.
Step 2. Choose your cleaning solution
For Melamine Cabinets: Choose a non-abrasive household cleaner such as Simple
Green or 409. If you would like to create your own cleaning solution, mix a small amount of liquid soap in warm water.
For Wood Cabinets: Choose a non-abrasive household cleaner designed for wood such as Endust or Pledge. If you would like to create your own cleaning solution, mix a small amount of liquid soap in warm water. (Caution: improper products may damage or discolor your cabinet finish and are not recommended.)
Step 3. Apply your cabinet cleaner
Spray the cleaner on the cabinets. Use a sponge, washcloth or paper towel to wipe the cabinets. Do not let the cleaner sit on the cabinets for a long time. The cabinets can respond to standing moisture.
For glass doors spray ammonia-free glass cleaner on a cloth or paper towel. Do not spray cleaner directly on the glass. It could seep behind the door mullions and cause damage.
Step 4. Rinse the cabinet cleaner
Use a clean damp sponge, washcloth or paper towel to wipe the solution from the cabinets.
Step 5. Dry the cabinets
Use a dry absorbent towel to wipe down the cabinets. This is especially true for wood cabinets as prolonged exposure to spills including food, water or other liquids can cause permanent discoloration or damage to the cabinet finish.
Avoid using the following cleaning products on your cabinets: harsh chemicals, abrasive cleaning products, steel wool, scouring pads, sponges that have been used in the kitchen, solvent-based or petroleum-based products such as nail-polish remover or paint thinner, any cleaner that contains ammonia, bleach or silicone based products.