--- Contemporary European,
crafted in New Zealand.

Maintenance and General Care

Dezignatek doors are designed to be generally low maintenance; however we do have some pointers for looking after them: 

While Dezignatek doors and panels are water resistant, they aren’t water proof. Care should be taken to ensure that they don’t have excessive exposure to water, steam or extreme humidity.

Care should also be taken to protect doors from high temperatures - such as hot implements or heat leaks from faulty appliances.

Generally you should clean doors with a warm damp cloth which has had the excess water wrung out of it, and remove any moisture remaining after cleaning with a dry cloth.

Never use the following on your doors: abrasive cleaners, Janola or similar, scourer pads, wire wool, sand paper, or solvents and thinners.

Installation Tips

Flush Mounted and Under-bench Ovens with Front Panel Exhausts

Some oven models are not fitted with a baffle surrounding the oven door. Due to this, excessive heat may be convected to the cabinetry, doors and panels. Should the oven convect heat greater than 70C it may cause the foil to shrink back or peel away from the door or panel. Dezignatek have heat deflector strips for the prevention of any heat deterioration. Filler panels of either a fully wrapped thermo laminated board or a matching melamine board pvc clashed, must also be placed on either side of under bench ovens and dishwashers to help protect exposed oven edges.

When designing a kitchen, care should be taken so that thermo laminated doors / panels are not exposed to steam, direct heat or prolonged humidity e.g. hot water jugs.

Gloss and Satin doors

Dezignatek manufacture gloss and satin doors leaving on a protective coating. This coating should not be removed from the doors or panels until installation is complete to reduce the chance of any damage by scratching.