By Jung Visser. Cabinet Finishes. Published at Monday, March 11th, 2019 - 00:57:49 AM.
There is no doubt that the most dominant feature in a kitchen are the kitchen cabinets. It comprises more than 50 percent of the design and is the first thing that you see the moment you walk into a kitchen. They serve as strong focal points in a space, while serving functional benefits in terms of storage and organization. The choice of kitchen cabinets will greatly define the overall look and style of your kitchen, while also giving it a unique character.
One major drawback of this type of kitchen cabinet finish is that it has the tendency to chip and wear over time. Acrylic – Acrylic finish is a type of non toxic finish that is mainly composed of acrylic acid. It gives kitchen cabinets a high gloss finish that is ultra smooth and has a sleek, mirror like appearance. Acrylic is available in a wide range of colors which can suit a variety of kitchen palettes. This type of finish is also known to last for years, without fading or discoloration.
Remove your doors and drawers, then clean them with a degreasing agent and sandpaper. From there, apply a primer and several top coats. You could also pay a professional about $50 per door to do the same.
Lower quality cabinets will have stapled particleboard, integrated rail drawer guides, and veneered particleboard or medium density fiberboard panels.
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