Staining kitchen cabinets I think the best options if you want to make your cabinets looks delicate and exquisite. And stained kitchen cabinets also provide your room a warmer feel. If you can easily sand them for an adhesion looks. Now I will tell you about staining kitchen cabinets.
Before you start to staining, all you need is to prepare the materials and the tools. Wood stain I think use two gallons is enough if you want to stain your entire cabinets. Assorted sandpapers are very important. And you also need cordless drill, magnetic screw tip, router, v-groove router bit, and orbital sander. The next step is using your cordless drill and adds a screwdriver to remove your cabinet’s doors. Make sure you use your painter’s tape and marked each removed door so you won’t have trouble when reinstalling. Now you need to ensure that your door must be in a proper place when you start staining. Like use rout grooves so you can create optimal stained cabinets. Now you need to apply a mark on the door before you sanding your doors. Before you sanding the doors I recommend to staining the grooves first. And this is a good idea because will make the groove will looks very smooth and darker.
If the stain in the grooves is dry, it’s time to sand your doors guys. Try to get the shiny polyurethane off guys if you want going to darker wood. After that stain the doors and use two or three coats of stain, because will covering the marks that your kitchen appliance left in the cabinets. Use a one direction when staining. After you finish the coating, now you need to make it fully dry. And once it dries, it’s time to reinstall the door to the cabinet’s guys. That is very simply I guess because you already marked the doors. And there is a tip for you, when you sanding with orbital sander, keep sand with the grain for optimal finish.
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