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If you decide to do the refacing work yourself, there is a good deal of preparation involved. As in many home remodeling projects, the prep work is more time consuming, but just as important, as the actual work. Get organized. Remove all of the kitchen doors and label them, so that when it is time to return the doors, you will know where they belong. Remove all the hinges and handles, setting them aside and putting your screws in a small container so that you will not lose them. Get clean. No matter how meticulous you keep your kitchen, your cabinets are going to need a thorough cleaning before you begin the refacing process. After an initial cleaning with a general cleaning solution, follow up with paint thinner or denatured alcohol. This will cut through the greasy residue that everyone's cabinets accumulate. The residue will be particularly noticeable where the hinges and pulls were located. To clean the cabinets effectively, scrub a small area at a time with your cleaning product and a piece of steel wool. Immediately wipe the area dry with a clean paper towel. Repair. Once you have the cabinets and doors thoroughly clean, you can repair any dings or dents that they have developed over their life. Use wood putty to fill the damaged area and then sand lightly. After all of your repair work is complete, it is time to clean again. Clean some more. As you fill and sand the cabinets, you stir up dust. This dust will prevent the veneer from sticking to the surface of the cabinet. After all of your repair work is complete, wipe the cabinet again, and follow with a tacky cloth, which should remove the last traces of dust from the cabinets. Apply the veneer. The actual process of applying the wood grain veneer is simple, but you must take your time. It is easier to do if you have someone to help you. The veneer backing is very sticky, and if you make a mistake putting it on your cabinets, it is very difficult to move. Reassembly time. Once the wood grain veneer is on the cabinets, you are ready to replace the doors. If you numbered the doors before you removed them, this should be a relatively simple process. Final Touches. To polish off the look of your new kitchen, add new handles and door pulls. If your cabinets had door pulls and handles, replacing them is a simple process. If your cabinets did not have them, measure carefully and mark all of your drawers and doors before drilling the holes. Now stand back and admire your handiwork. Your new kitchen is sure to receive rave reviews.Ikea Cabinets Kitchen Planner-getting That Extra Help
At this point you need to decide what type finish and top coat you want to use on your kitchen cabinets and how it should be done.
Some cabinets can be easily built into your walls so that they look like they were especially designed for your home. While many people think installing these built in cabinets is difficult, it really isn't. Before deciding on a built in cabinet, make sure you have a wall that can handle the installation. To do this, you'll need a stud finder to make sure you're not installing the cabinet where a stud will be in the way.
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