The hardness and shade of maple make it a durable and appealing choice for a kitchen table. Like any wood table, it still takes basic care and cleaning. Dusting one or two times a week, and a thorough cleaning with somewhat soapy water, maintains a maple table looking its best.
Dust Almost Daily
Removing dust in the kitchen table 2 to three times a week helps prevent scrapes and keep spills from getting larger messes. A lint-free, soft fabric, such as microfiber, removes surface dust. Sprinkle a few drops of water to the fabric to assist the dust cling to the fabric.
Regardless of the coat protecting the hardwood table, washing the table using mild dish soap and water gives it a fantastic routine cleaning or some time leakage occur. Dip a soft cloth into the soapy water and wring out as much water as you can before wiping the table to avoid damaging the maple. Follow up with a damp cloth and then a moist cloth to fully clean the table.