Refacing Cabinets with IKEA Doors

Jun 14th

Refacing cabinets can be done in two settings, both residential and commercial. All cabinets can be refaced (wood, laminate, thermo foil, even MDF). The wardrobe worn can easily be turned into rich cherry, maple, hickory, walnut and alder cabinets in a variety of door styles and finishes including paint, glaze and finish depressed.

Refacing Cabinets with Veneer
Refacing Cabinets with Veneer

Refacing cabinets will change any outdated kitchen into a modern, custom kitchen looking at half the cost of new cabinets. The process of refacing involves replacing old doors and drawer fronts with new full overlay doors and drawer fronts for a modern look. Four and six-lite doors are also available to accommodate glass inserts, in some cases, such as stained glass, can be reused in a new door. Cabinet box usually remains in place, the friendly environment and maintain the existing countertops.

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During the process refacing cabinets is very suitable to use genuine wood veneer is applied to the exterior of the cabinet frame. Wood veneer is very expensive and has been used in the production of fine wood furniture and musical instruments for hundreds of years and will last for years. To ensure proper adhesion of veneer wood, cabinet frames are cleaned and peeled and commercial waterborne adhesive is applied on both surfaces, with a wood veneer and frame of the cabinet.

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