Jayco Eagle Fifth Wheels 2023 Pantry or Hutch User Manual
Pantry or Hutch
Your recreation vehicle may have a pantry or hutch that you can use for storage. Make sure all items stored in the pantry or hutch are secured to prevent shifting during travel. This cabinetry has been designed to accommodate normal camping items which may be bulky but not necessarily heavy. Remember your recreation vehicle’s load capacity is designed by weight, not volume, so you cannot necessarily use all available space. If your pantry or hutch has sliding pantry shelves, they have been equipped with a locking mechanism to keep them in place during transit. To secure the shelf in place, push it all of the way in until the latch tab clicks into place. Always pull out slightly on the shelf to make sure that it is stationary and secure in the transit position. To release the shelf, push in on the tab and pull the shelf slowly towards you.
Your RV’s load capacity is designated by weight, not by volume, so you cannot necessarily use all available space when loading the vehicle. Do not exceed your GVWR and ensure you are loading the vehicle as evenly as you can for the best possible handling. Ensure heavy items are secured so they do not shift during travel.
To prevent permanent damage
- Always use hot pads or trivets under hot pans, dishes, or heat-producing appliances.
- Heat will damage countertops.
- Use a cutting board to prevent unnecessary damage to the countertops
- Avoid harsh chemicals such as drain cleaners, oven cleaners, etc.
- Do not let cleaners with bleach set on the top. Wipe them off promptly.
- Run cold water when pouring hot/boiling water into the sink.
- Use coasters under all glasses, bottles, and cans.
- Do not store toiletry products directly on your countertop surface. Hair products, perfumes, colognes, nail products, creams, lotions, and potions have a tendency to spill or leak and go overlooked. Even though the countertop is sealed, a substance that remains on the surface for an extended period may stain the countertop.
For additional information on the removal of difficult stains or surface damage repair, refer to the countertop manufacturer’s user guide.
Laminate Countertops (if so equipped)
Glass rings, food spills, water spots, and smudges usually wipe off with a damp sponge. Stubborn stains can be removed with a general-purpose spray cleaner. Some stains can be removed by squeezing fresh lemon juice over the stain and allowing the juice to soak for approximately forty-five minutes. After 45 minutes, sprinkle baking soda over the lemon juice and rub with a soft cloth.
Solid Surface Countertops (if so equipped)
Soapy water, ammonia-based cleaners (not window cleaners as they can leave a waxy build-up that may dull the surface), or commercially available solid surface cleaners will remove. most dirt and residue from all types of finishes. A damp cloth followed by a dry towel will remove watermarks.
Difficult stains can be removed from the matte finish with a green Scotch Brite® pad and a mild abrasive cleaner. Disinfect the surface periodically with diluted household bleach (one part water to one part bleach). For cuts and scratches, the matte finish lightly with (220) fine grit sandpaper until the cut or scratch is gone. Restore the finish with a green Scotch Brite® pad and mildly abrasive cleaner.
Solid surface sink maintenance
Occasionally, clean the solid surface sink by filling it one-quarter full with a 50/50 water/bleach solution. Let soak for 15 minutes, and then wash the sides and bottom of the sink as the solution drains.
Quartz Countertops (if so equipped)
- Quartz will absorb heat from the pan. Resin in the countertop can withstand temperatures of 150°. Do not place a hot pan (from stove or oven) on a quartz countertop as it will burn or cause permanent damage. Heat will damage the solid surface countertops.
- Quartz is highly scratch-resistant and stain-resistant but prolonged exposure to sunlight can eventually damage a Quartz countertop.
Only have a professional fabricator repair
Cleaning your countertop
To keep quartz countertops clean, wipe up spills immediately before they have a chance to dry. Use mild dishwashing soap and a soft cloth. For dried spills a non-abrasive sponge (designed for nonstick pans) works well along with a little elbow grease. Keep a plastic putty knife handy for scraping off gum, nail polish, paint or other messes.
Remove cooking grease using a degreasing product that will loosen then remove the grease. Follow cleanser manufacturer instructions. For stains like permanent markers moisten a cloth with Goo Gone (or similar) and rub it into the stain. Rinse with warm water. General deep cleaning is recommended at regular intervals using a nonabrasive surface cleaner on the countertop. Let it sit for 10 minutes and wipe it with a non-abrasive sponge.
- Never use abrasive cleansers and avoid scouring pads. If you need a gentle cleanser to remove stains make sure it is specifically designed for Quartz.
- Do not use nail polish remover, turpentine, drain cleaner, and dishwashing rinsing agents. You may use diluted bleach or a mild bleach cleanser, but oven cleaners or concentrated bleach should never be used. If they come in contact with the countertop, rinse immediately with water.
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