Cabinet refinishing involves removing the existing cabinet doors and drawer faces, sanding or stripping off the old finish, and applying a new paint or stain to the doors, drawer faces, and cabinets.
As a result, cabinet refinishing or refacing are more affordable, quicker, and less disruptive than replacing cabinets.
How do you restore old kitchen cabinets?
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Home Depot: How To Revive Old Kitchen Cabinetry (English
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How do you refinish stained cabinets?
Sand your cabinets with 200-grit fine sandpaper to remove any peeling varnish and to roughen up the stained surfaces. This provides a better bonding surface for the new stain or paint to adhere to. Wipe off the sanding dust with a clean cloth. Apply a paint primer to the cabinets if you’re going to paint them.
How can I refinish my kitchen cabinets without sanding?
How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets Without Sanding or Priming
- Remove Any Dirt and Grime. Using a scrubbing sponge, thoroughly wipe down each cabinet surface with a grease-cutting cleaner, making sure to remove all dirt and grime.
- Apply Liquid Deglosser.
- Label Doors + Remove Hardware.
- Clean Out the Inside.
- Paint the Back.
- Insert Thumbtacks.
- Paint the Molding.
- Paint the Front Side.