What is Involved in Cabinet Refinishing?

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What is Involved in Cabinet Refinishing?You can renew the look of your bathroom or kitchen cabinets without having to replace them entirely. You can choose refinishing instead. That way, you can enjoy your cabinets for just a little bit longer, save time and money, and change the appearance in your bathroom or kitchen.

Here is what is typically involved in cabinet refinishing:

  • Remove cabinet doors: When you schedule our cabinet refinishing services, the first thing we will do is carefully remove the cabinet doors and drawers. That way, we can get an even layer of finish or paint on all parts of your cabinets.
  • Remove existing paint or finish: The next step of cabinet refinishing will be removing the existing paint or finishing on your cabinets. We might use a paint remover or sand it away, depending on your cabinets. No matter the method, you can trust us to be very careful with your cabinets to deliver the best possible results without causing any damage. Also, during this time, we will file down or fill in any blemishes in your cabinets.
  • Apply a sealant and paint: The final step of your cabinet refinishing will be applying a sealant on your cabinets that will allow us to get an even coating of paint. Once the sealant is dry, we can apply a nice coat of paint or wood finish.

If you need cabinet refinishing done for your kitchen or bathroom cabinets, you can count on us at Carolina Home Fine Finishes. Contact us today if you want to learn more.