Cabinet Construction

  1. 3/4" thick top, bottom, and side panels**
  2. 3/4" adjustable shelving*
  3. 3/4" thick hanging rail*
  4. PVC edge-banding, color coordinated*
  5. Features a durable, easy-to-clean, natural laminate interior on stained and TFL cabinets. Acrylic and HPL cabinets feature a white interior. Painted cabinets have option of either white or natural laminate interior.
  6. Hinges are Blum CLIP top BLUMOTION 6-way adjustable with soft closing mechanism
  7. 3/4" x 4" wide stretchers for added stability and strength*
  8. Standard guides are Blum TANDEM edge 7/8" extension with integrated BLUMOTION soft closing mechanism (optional Blum TANDEM full extension guides with integrated BLUMOTION soft closing mechanism)
  9. 5/8" hardwood dovetail drawer box and Simulated Metal Drawer box available at standard pricing. Stainless Steel Blum LEGRABOX and 3/4" hardwood

Cabinet Interior Finishes







Eclipse Drawer Box Options

5/8" Standard Dovetail Drawer 5/8" finger jointed hardwood with 1/4" drawer bottoms. Available heights are 3", 4", & 7" tall. Available at Standard pricing.
3/4" Premium Dovetail Drawer 3/4" hardwood with 1/4" plywood bottoms. Fully sanded, multi-coated finish. Eclipse logo branded on the inside. Available heights are 3", 4", 7" & 10" tall. Available at upgrade pricing.
Blum LEGRABOX Stainless Steel Drawer Box Drawer sides are 1/2" thick fingerprint resistant stainless steel. Drawer header, bottom & back is 5/8" thick simulated metal melamine, LEGRABOX drawer box is 3 1/2", or 7" tall Standard with Blum BLUMOTION full extension under-mount concealed guides; 80lb dynamic load, & self closing. Available at upgrade pricing.
5/8" Simulated Metal Drawer 5/8" thick drawer sides with dowel construction and 1/4" captive drawer bottoms. Drawer box is laminated with a simulated metal melamine. Available heights are 3", 4", & 7" tall. Available at Standard pricing.

5/8" Standard Dovetail Drawer

3/4" Premium Dovetail Drawer

Legrabox Stainless Steel Drawer

5/8" Simulated Metal Drawer

Care and Maintenance

Basic Cleaning
Wipe with a dampened, lint-free cotton cloth and promptly wipe dry. For removal of oil, grease, or daily spills, you may use a solution of mild soap and water, then pormptly dry with a soft, lint-free cotton cloth. Avoid using a dishcloth or sponge to clean cabinet surfaces as it may contain remnants of harsh detergents that can harm the finish. Do not use ammonia-based cleaners, soaps with dy, abrasive cleaners, or self-polishing waxes (especially those that contain silicone). We recommend the use of a quality cream furniture polish, such as Guardsman ® furniture polish.
Wipe spills promptly
It is very important to keep the cabinet surfaces dry. Wipe up spills immediately using a dry cloth with a "blotting" motionn, rather than wiping the spill from the cabinet surface. Pay special attention to areas where water is common, such as the sink and dishwasher, and do not allow water and detergents to dry on the cabinet surface.
Avoid excessive moisture
This is one of the worst enemies of any finish. Avoid draping wet towels over cabinet doors. Do not attach towel racks to door interiors and do not place coffee or tea makers where the steam will directly impact cabinet surfaces. Immediately dry off any areas where water has spilled.
Avoid excessive heat
Avoid placing cabinet appliances where the heat is directed onto cabinet surfaces. The stability of the wood and finish can be negatively impacted.
Avoid abrasives
Never use scouring pads, steel wool, or powdered cleaners as these methods of cleaning may penetrate the surface, allowing food or moisture to enter and cause deterioration of the finish.
Final thoughts
Wood products and their finish are only as good as the care they receive. Proper care such as we recommend will extend the life and beauty of your cabinetry. Remember, leaving water or other moisture on the cabinet surface for extended periods of time will harm the finish and will not be covered under any warranties.