Resurfacing or restaining kitchen cabinets is a cost effective way to upgrade any kitchen. New prices start at ridiculous cabinet and go up from there. But a cabinet redo costs much less, and often results in a customized look without the custom price. Probably the most dramatic improvement you can make is in the cabinets with doors. The options available for updating the kitchen cabinet doors include replacing with new doors and painting, restaining or correction of existing doors.
Place the restaining kitchen cabinets on a flat surface. Cut the sheets of plywood slightly larger than the door. Laminated sheets are available in self-adhesive and glue on rates. Remove the back of the adhesive laminate and adhere firmly to the door. Press down on the laminate in all areas with hand to help with adherence. If using laminate glue-on, spread a thin.
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Trim the excess laminate edges of the door, using a razor utility. Guide cutting a metal ruler to avoid cutting into the cabinet door or cutting too much material. Drill holes through the laminate in each restaining kitchen cabinets to match the existing hole for the handles. Install the door handles on each door and replace the screws on the back of each door.Tags : restaining cabinets