How Do You Refinish Wooden Kitchen Cabinets?
The finish applied to wooden kitchen cabinets can be difficult to remove. The largest factor in refinishing wooden kitchen cabinets is how many coats need to be removed before a new one can be applied. The secret to refinishing any wood product is allowing enough time for the stripper to do its job. Of course, using the right tools to remove the old finish is just as important. Remove all the hardware from the cabinets. If the doors can be removed, it is best to do so. Place them on a flat smooth surface that is impervious to the stripper used. Consult the label on the stripper container for what to use to protect surfaces around the cabinets. Place the drawers from the cabinets so that the fronts face up. When applying the stripper, the surface should be as level as possible. Apply the stripper to the surfaces of the doors and drawers with the appropriate brush based upon the size of the area to be covered. Remove the stripper with the putty knife after the alloted time advised on the
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