Refinishing Glazed Kitchen Cabinets
Refinishing your glazed kitchen cabinets is a great way to restore the antique look that they had originally while adding a fresh, clean look to the room it is a time-consuming task that requires some attention to detail, but it is not complicated and it can be accomplished by most people within a day or two.
Step 1: Remove Hardware
Use the screwdriver to the hinges and knobs they can be cleaned and reinstalled when the task is finished, or they can be replaced to match the new style or design, therefore, delete all of them and let them out of the way to remove.
Step 2: Sand
Sand the whole glazed kitchen cabinets, inside and outside make sure to remove all current glazing; otherwise, the new layer not on the surface when sanding the corners, you must use a small piece of sandpaper to reach between the cracks.
Step 3: Clean
Use a damp cloth and clean the kitchen cabinet if grease stains left, be sure to scrub they use a degreaser if necessary remove all of the dust particles from the surface and from the corners Clean any cracks or chips allow the Cabinet to dry before proceeding to the next step.
Step 4: Prime
After the surface has been prepared and it is time to dry, start applying the primer use a brush to coat the edges and around the corners then use a small role in the most important surfaces finish.
The base coat acts as an adhesive to the cabinets so that the paint completely after themselves and not the base coat does not deal in a uniform manner because it is not necessary, provided that the entire cabinet has a base coat.
Step 5: Glazing Kitchen Cabinets
After the primer has had time to dry, apply the glaze start cutting in the edges and corners with a brush finish the project through a small role make sure to coat the cabinet evenly so that everything is evenly covered let it dry, then apply a second layer on the cabinet.
Step 6: Attach Hardware
Let the glazed kitchen cabinets to dry at night to confirm the hardware and hanging the doors do by with a screwdriver and replace the hinges and knobs in all the right places.
Usually, you can use the existing holes, but if they have become something over sized, either use a slightly larger screw to fasten them in place, or a small amount of wood glue in the hole to install the screws once the glue dries it will form a firm anchoring point that the game that much older games have will eliminate.