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Q&A: I want to highlight my kitchen cabinet doors with glaze on the corners and crevices?

Kitchen Contractors
by wallyg

Question by The Wiz: I want to highlight my kitchen cabinet doors with glaze on the corners and crevices?
can I do that on already finished doors. Will the glaze stick or will it peel off?
I just want to pinstripe them with a bronze glaze.

Best answer:

Answer by Dax O
Depends on the glaze. I would give just a light scuff/sand to the areas you want to apply it. If nothing else to give the glaze more to bond to. You dont need to sand it down, just scuff it a little.

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  1. I’m a kitchen contractor, and I’m not too sure about the sand then antique idea. Sanding through the original finish might make the delicate antiquing you’re thinking of doing look ridiculous.

    I would probably suggest replacing the cabinets altogether. I get almost all of the cabinet I use from http://www.cabinetgiant.com, and they offer a really nice antique white cabinet at a really great price.

    Remember that replacing will guarantee a great result, and will increase the value of your property too!

    I would try the antiquing myself probably and then if it fails, then look at replacing 😉

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