Cabinet refinishing is a distinct procedure that is far less expensive than cabinet replacement or refacing. Cabinet refinishing entails repairing or replacing your cabinets’ existing finish. This can be accomplished in a variety of ways, but they all circle around the same basic principle.
Typically, cabinet refinishing means removing the paint or stain from your existing cabinet doors so that you can start over with any color you want. A chemical remover, a lot of sanding, or a combination of both is used to remove or strip the present finish.
When refinishing cabinets, the finish or color of the cabinet that has already been placed is changed. If your cabinets are in good shape, refinishing them could be a far more cost-effective option while still giving your kitchen a stunning upgrade.
When you reface your cabinets, you cover the original cabinet frames with new material and replace the doors and drawer fronts. All you’re doing when refinishing cabinets is changing the finish, or color, of the existing components.
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