HomePlus wardrobe organisers and doors revolutionise storage throughout the home and enhance the look of rooms. They also provide years of great service, all with minimal maintenance requirements.

Wardrobe doors and organisers are built for use as indoor furniture in your home and have similar maintenance requirements. Avoid sharp objects coming into contact with wardrobe doors and any spills should be cleaned up straight away.

The most common maintenance is keeping a wardrobe door track clear of debris and lubricating the top track with an aerosol lubricant such as Dry Glide (or similar).

Cleaning wardrobe door tracks is best done with a vacuum cleaner and nozzle head, using a soft brush to remove any stubborn dirt. An occasional squirt of lubricant following cleaning helps to keep doors gliding.

Wardrobe door surface and organisers should be regularly dusted and cleaned.
1 - Use a soft cloth to remove any dust and loose dirt.
2 - With warm water and a mild detergent wipe wardrobe doors, frames and wardrobe organisers till clean.

DO Avoid high temperatures and excessive moisture in rooms where wardrobe doors and organisers are installed.
DO NOT place wardrobe doors or organisers in direct sunlight.
DO NOT overload wardrobe organisers/furniture, particularly wire basket sets and shelves, they are for reasonable quantities of clothing only.



To comply with warranty requirements and to extend the effective life of anodised/powder coated finishes, very simple maintenance and regular visual inspections should be scheduled and undertaken.

In general, anodised or powder coated aluminium in urban areas should be cleaned every three months and every six months in rural areas. In industrial and marine environments (within 1km of the sea), monthly cold water washing as well as six monthly washes, with warm water & detergent, is necessary.

1 - Carefully remove any loose deposits with a wet sponge.
2 - Wash down using a soft brush (non abrasive) and a mild household detergent solution to remove dust, salt, dirt and other deposits.
3 - Anodised finishes with greasy deposits or hard to remove grime, should be cleaned with a soft cloth dipped in white spirit, turpentine or kerosene, then wiped with a dry rag.
4 - Rinse off with lots of clean fresh water.

DO remove obvious deposits as they occur.
DO NOT use abrasive steel wool, scrapers, scouring liquids or powders to remove paint splashes - these will damage your anodised/powder coating.
DO NOT use aggressive solvents, thinners, petrol etc, on powder coating as these solvents will attack gloss levels and reduce its life expectancy.
DO NOT let any solvents used on anodised finishes come in contact with any rubber components as they can degrade them.
DO NOT expose your anodised/powder coatings to excessive heat, heaters or hot air guns - these may damage the coating.


FREE Measure & Quote


Collage footer HomePlus