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How to properly care for and use your Brabantia products

How do I keep my wooden cutting board in top condition?

Treat your wooden cutting board regularly with special cutting board oil. Don't have this in your home? Then you can also use one of the following oils: groundnut oil, walnut oil or grapeseed oil. Do not use olive oil to oil the cutting board.

Which detergents can damage Brabantia products?

Chlorine-based products (bleach), aggressive detergents (scouring, oven cleaners, abrasives, steel wool, etc), but also eco cleaners can be harmful to Brabantia products. As such, we do not recommend cleaning your Brabantia product with these cleanin

My waste bin has a strong waste odour. What can I do?

Smelly waste can make your waste bin smell quite unpleasant. Is the smell already in your waste bin? Then clean it properly with lukewarm soapy water and dish soap. To prevent (recurring) odour, you can sprinkle baking soda granules on the bottom of

How do I maintain my Stainless Steel or Matt Steel product?

Stainless steel must be well maintained to keep it in the best condition. The "Matt Steel" finish is sensitive to corrosive cleaning agents, moisture and dirt. The Matt effect is created by buffing the steel so that it contains small scratches to pro

Can my Sort & Go Bin be put in the dishwasher?

No, not recommended!. Your Sort & Go waste bin will probably become deformed in the dishwasher. We advise you to clean your Sort & Go waste bin by hand, in warm (not hot) soapy water. If you do clean the Sort & Go waste bin in the dishwasher, this wi

How many hangers can my Linn support?

The Linn clothing rack can support clothes and accessories in different places: on the bamboo rod, the ends of the rod and the height-adjustable shelves. The total weight the Linn clothing rack can support is 10 kg. This applies to both the large and

How to keep wooden kitchen utensils and boards in good condition

Wood should not be washed in the dishwasher, and you should always let wood air dry after washing dishes (without the use of a heat source). Also, do not soak your wooden utensils in water. This prevents cracking and warping. In addition, we recommen

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