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Cleaning care – Interior

Details how to clean the interior and roller shelves of your wine cabinet.

Interior

  • For ease of cleaning, empty the Wine Cabinet first and remove all shelves.
  • Wipe interior surfaces using only liquid dishwashing detergent dissolved in warm water and a soft lint-free cloth. Rinse with clean water and dry with a clean, lint-free cloth.
  • Do not use harsh chemicals, abrasives, ammonia, chlorine, bleach, concentrated detergents, solvents or abrasive scouring pads on any part of your Wine Cabinet. SOME of these chemicals may dissolve, damage and/or discolour the interior of your Wine Cabinet.

Roller shelves

  • When cleaning use only a dry clean, lint-free cloth to wipe over surfaces. Do not use warm water or any cleaners as this will damage the shelves’ oak characteristics and cause them to warp and stain.
  • If the shelves are lightly stained by split wine or water allow the surface to dry, then using 200 grade sandpaper gently sand over the stain until removed.
  • If shelves are heavily stained, over time the colour of the shelf will darken and warp, and may eventually require replacing. Replacement shelves are available from your Fisher & Paykel Authorised Repairer.

 

Remove roller shelves
  1. Pull the shelf towards you extending the telescopic runners, making sure the shelf is empty.
  2. Hold the front and back edge of the shelf firmly and lift vertically to unclip from securing hooks.
  3. Pull the shelf towards you to remove.
  4. Push both telescopic runners back into the Wine Cabinet.

Repositioning roller shelves
  1. Push both telescopic runners back into the Wine Cabinet.
  2. Align the shelf on top of the securing hooks and push the shelf down until you feel it clip.
  3. Ensure the shelf is securely clipped onto the telescopic runners before use.

Telescopic runners are pre-lubricated, and will not need to be re-lubricated during their life. Do not attempt to clean the grease from the runners, as this will affect their ability to function. Do not immerse the runners in water.

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