We are a direct wholesaler of J&K Cabinetry product lines. The cabinets and vanities are constructed with 100% solid wood doors and frames, 5/8" thick plywood boxes, soft-close metal door hinges, and full-extension drawers with soft close metal glides.
All of J&K's Cabinets are ready-to-assemble (RTA), ready-to-build (RTB), and semi-customizable to meet a customers' specific needs.
One of the keys to J&K's continued success lies in the commitment to continually improve both the product quality and the design style with customers’ needs in mind.
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Frequently Asked Questions About the J&K Product Line
Are all the cabinets made of solid wood?
Yes, all of J&K cabinets are made of a solid wood door with plywood constructed box. No compressed woods or particle boards are used.
Do the cabinets have a matching finished interior?
Interior of glass cabinets does carry the matching finish. Other cabinets carry the natural wood finishes.
Can I use J&K cabinets for rooms other than the kitchen and bathroom?
Yes, J&K Cabinets can be used for the pantry, office, library, mudroom, family room, laundry room, and basically anywhere in your home where you want beautiful semi-customized cabinetry. Please contact your local J&K Cabinetry authorized wholesaler for availability on custom modifications.
Do you reface cabinets?
No, we do not reface cabinets.
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Maintenance & Care
– Keep cabinet surfaces dry.
– Quick temperature changes and excessive moisture can be harmful to the cabinet finish and overall cabinet stability.
Initial Cleaning After Installation
– To remove dust, use a soft, lint-free cotton cloth to wipe down all exterior and interior surfaces.
– Use a soft, lint-free cotton cloth dampened with a mild detergent or soap, and warm water.
– For best results, use a “blotting” action rather than a wiping motion when cleaning.
– Dry surfaces immediately with a soft, lint-free cotton cloth.
– Avoid using a dish cloth or sponge
– Harsh detergent residues may harm finishes.
– Avoid ammonia-based cleaners and soaps with dye.
Wipe Spills Promptly
– Food spills and grease will come off more easily if they are removed promptly.
– Wipe up spills and water spots immediately with a lint-free cotton cloth so moisture is not absorbed into the cabinetry.
– Check the areas around the sink and dishwasher to make sure that water and detergents do not dry on the cabinet surface.
– Do not leave printed materials (newspapers, magazines, etc.) on the cabinet surface. The printing ink can bleed into the cabinet finish.
Avoid Excessive Moisture & Heat
– Avoid draping wet or damp dish towels over doors of the base cabinets.
– Do not attach towel racks to the interior of cabinet doors.
– Use trays under potted plants to catch excess water.
– Avoid placing small kitchen appliances where the heat or steam is directed onto cabinet surfaces. – Always protect wood surfaces by using hot pads under hot items
– Never use scouring pads, steel wool, wire brushes or powdered cleaners.
– Do not allow oven cleaner to touch any part of the cabinet.
– Avoid sliding objects across the cabinet surface.
– Be careful with knives and other sharp objects that can damage the cabinet surface.
– When in doubt of a cleaner’s suitability, don’t use it. Harsh cleaners and detergents may scratch and penetrate the surface, allowing food or moisture to enter and cause deterioration of the finish. Never leave a cloth moistened with cleaners on a cabinet surface for any length of time.
Care and Cleaning of Glass Door Inserts
– Use a household glass cleaner with a soft, clean cloth.
– Apply the glass cleaner directly to a cloth rather than the glass or mirror.
– Avoid excess glass cleaner running into cabinet joints.
– Ammonia should never be used full strength.