What happens here is that you go to reach the items you want, fumble them in the kitchen cabinets, and then watch in dismay as your new countertops develops a different texture.
The best thing to do is first of all to plan your kitchen design so that the cabinets are low enough to reach easily. Next, be smart about what you put where and where you stack the kitchen – heavy items for instance should not go in the high up cupboards. Glasses are best in these cupboards as though they’ll break if you drop them they are too brittle themselves to cause any damage to your kitchen renovations.
Likewise be sure not to stack the items too high, too precariously or too tightly. Leave lots of space in the kitchen cabinets and use a sensible layout that won’t cause a catastrophe.
Finally make sure that you clean your kitchen renovations well and thoroughly. Do so quickly before stains can set in or crumbs can get where you can’t reach them and do it each time you’ve cooked or washed up.