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Preparing To Paint Cabinets-Kitchen Island Cabinet Painting Instructions

April 8th, 2013 No comments

The following video gives all the steps necessary for preparing to paint a kitchen island cabinet. The reason they decided to remodel this island is because the added ornamental posts to the corners of the unit. The professional in this video obviously knows the necessary steps to produce an excellent end product.

Transcript: How to paint a kitchen cabinet, affordable creations, by Teresa Small
Hi there. I’m Teresa Small from Panama City Beach and today I’m at Jeff and Shirley’s house, some of my favorite clients. They have this lovely island area in their kitchen and they’ve added these ornamental corners on them. This is raw wood ornamental corners and it’s going to give a really beautiful elegant look.

What I’m going to do today is prepping it. I’ll take out all of the stuff off of it, sand the wood pieces that I’ve already painted in the past, clean them back up and start to put the coats of the new color on there. When it’s all finished, it should be very uniform and very pretty.

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How To Overlay Cabinet Lamiante

March 3rd, 2011 No comments

If you have Formica cupboards, you can overlay the kitchen cabinet laminate yourself. I would certainly advise that you hire a professional installer to do the work if you do not have adequate tools or basic finish carpentry skills.

Your cabinet doors play a large part in both the style and the function of your kitchen. As they become old and outdated you are left with a choice, replace or reface. If you are looking to save a little money, then refacing kitchen cabinets is defiantly your best bet. All you will need is a little plastic laminate and your kitchen will show an amazing transformation, for a fraction of the cost of buying new doors.
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Can Formica Be Applied Over Formica

January 26th, 2011 1 comment

In the thirty years that I’ve been making kitchen cabinets and counters, many people have asked; “can Formica be installed over Existing Formica?” The answer is yes. The process is usually very successful if the existing surface is in good shape. If there are a couple of loose areas they can generally be re-glued before the new piece is adhered. read Formica Over Formica

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Refacing Kitchen Cabinets Cost

December 28th, 2010 2 comments

It is true, refacing a set of kitchen cabinets will cost less than replacing the cupboards. There are several reasons for this. To make it simple, there’s a lot less labor involved in covering over the old surface of your cabinetry. The difference in materials costs is minimal when the two options are compared to one another. read Refacing Kitchen Cabinets Cost

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Steps for Resurfacing Kitchen Cabinets With Formica Laminate

October 14th, 2010 No comments

I have been in the resurfacing business for over thirty years. Your kitchen cabinets can look brand new again and have the same durability as the original Formica covering. read Resurfacing Cabinets

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