Refinish Kitchen Cabinets
Cabinet refinishing has become more popular over the years and should be a first choice when renovating your kitchen cabinets. You shouldn’t have to discard perfectly good kitchen cabinets when they can be restored to their old beauty. If you are trying to get rid of that stain that’s ruining your perfectly good kitchen cabinet or you want to go from a dark wood to a darker wood color, cabinet refinishing can be the best option for you.
Refinishing kitchen cabinets is very similar to re-facing kitchen cabinets in the sense that you get to keep all existing cabinetry and you only change the color or the finish of the cabinet. You do not have to tear apart your kitchen cabinet to give it a new look. By simply refinishing your kitchen cabinet, you can make it look good as new.
Refinishing kitchen cabinets is a cost-effective way of renovating your kitchen cabinet.
Before refinishing your kitchen cabinet, you have to ensure that the kitchen cabinet doors and drawer faces are in good condition. Inspect the kitchen cabinet for structural damages, check for water damage, and ensure that the shelves are well-fitted and not loose.
A new finish for your cabinet door can either be stain or paint.
Steps Involved in Refinishing Kitchen Cabinets:
1-Unhinge cabinet doors.
2-Clean doors with a degreasing cleaner to remove stains and grease from the cabinet door.
3-Fill in any cracks in the door and let it dry before you continue.
4-Sand the door with an electric sander and sandpaper.
5-Apply the paint
6-Finally, apply the varnish and your new kitchen cabinet will look good as new.