Reface Kitchen Cabinets – Reface your kitchen cabinets. Or buy doors matching your current end but has an upgraded style or choose doors unfinished and stain or paint the doors and frame a new color (see next section). Once you choose a new style of door, order them or buy them directly at your local kitchen store or home improvement. If it matches the current finished, simply remove the existing doors and place the new doors. Then purchase Upgrade hardware for your new doors. Measure the location of the first knob and then measure and mark the exact point in the rest of the way for a consistent, professional look.
Finishing and reface new kitchen cabinets
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If you change the color scheme cabinets, buy unfinished cabinet doors in your desired style. Then Choose a spot (gel patches really work well, provide coverage and excellent color and are durable) or paint color. And then remove old cabinet doors and hardware. Use sandpaper grain 80 and the orbital sander and start removing the finish of the structure. Arena until smooth and has a matte finish (not shiny remaining polyurethane). After that wipe with a clean cloth framework. If painting, apply primer to your cabinet doors and frame. If stains, use a foam brush and wipe the stain framework, which sit, then wipe with the grain with a clean cloth. Repeat on cabinet doors, preferably outdoors or in a well ventilated area.
If the paint, let the primer dry, then apply at least two coats of semi-gloss or gloss. Let dry overnight. If you stain, let stain dry overnight, then apply two coats of polyurethane, let dry overnight between layers. Last once your paint or stain is dry, attach new hardware updated to complete the transformation.
Tips & Warnings
Go to a store for kitchen cabinet door styles available. Think about the overall style of your home and choose a style that matches your door look. An ultra-contemporary style door could not complement a vintage kitchen otherwise, for example. Try the color of the stain or paint in a discreet to make sure the color works in your cuisine.