Cabinet Refurbishing

Close-up of cabinets I refurbished - didn't think to take the "Before" pictures

Close-up of cabinets I refurbished – didn’t think to take the “Before” pictures

Close-up of cabinets I refurbished - didn't think to take the "Before" pictures

Close-up of cabinets I refurbished – didn’t think to take the “Before” pictures

This is a distance shot of the cabinets I refurbished - didn't think to take the "Before" pictures.

This is a distance shot of the cabinets I refurbished – didn’t think to take the “Before” pictures.

This is a distance shot of the cabinets I refurbished – didn’t think to take the “Before” pictures.

Below are five photographs of before and after photos of some cabinets I recently refurbished. The first two photos are the “Before” shots – notice the white striations caused by water damage. The next three photos are the “After” shots – notice the white striations are gone and the cabinets appear nearly new.

 

This is a "Before" picture of an older cabinet showing the white striations of water damage.

This is a “Before” picture of an older cabinet showing the white striations of water damage.

This is a "Before" picture of an older cabinet showing the white striations of water damage.

This is a “Before” picture of an older cabinet showing the white striations of water damage.

This is an "After" picture. The white striations of water damage are completely covered and the cabinet looks nearly new.

This is an “After” picture. The white striations of water damage are completely covered and the cabinet looks nearly new.

This is an "After" picture. The white striations of water damage are completely covered and the cabinet looks nearly new.

This is an “After” picture. The white striations of water damage are completely covered and the cabinet looks nearly new.

This is an "After" picture. The white striations of water damage are completely covered and the cabinet looks nearly new.

This is an “After” picture. The white striations of water damage are completely covered and the cabinet looks nearly new.

There is no sanding or stripping involved in this process. I apply a stain that matches your cabinets as nearly as possible, remove all excess  and allow it to set for 30 minutes or so. Then I apply a polish and rub with a clean cloth. The results are often stunning.