Cabinet. Thursday , July 13th , 2017 - 01:08:02 AM
If the kitchen cabinet door refacing project you choose is to refinish your existing doors, then the first step in the process is to remove the doors from the cabinets so you can prepare the surface of the doors for the new finish. Give the doors a good cleaning with a heavy duty cleaner to remove any grease and dirt buildup and then lightly sand the surface if you are repainting the doors or remove the finish with a paint and stain remover if you are refinishing the doors with a stained finish. Once your doors are done, apply the same process to the cabinet boxes and drawer fronts and your fresh new kitchen cabinet look will be complete.
When it comes to cabinetry I simply love to stain and varnish them each and every opportunity I get. I really enjoy taking my time and savoring every moment of it. From preparation to staining and varnishing to completion, I truly enjoy this special task and I guess it is because of my love for wood. Whether it's cheery, cypress, mahogany, birch, pine, red oak, white oak, walnut, pecan, or any other species; I love wood! In my opinion wood is in a class of its own and nothing else even comes remotely close. But sometimes wood needs a little something extra to bring out its beauty and charm its grace and stateliness. And that is why we stain and varnish it to help bring out its natural elegance and splendor.
As well as being an excellent way to showcase valuable goods without obscuring your customers' view of the products, they can also help increase sales.
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