Staining kitchen cabinets – Kitchen furniture set the theme of the kitchen. Change the look of your kitchen does not mean you have to replace your cabinets. Instead, it can stain your cabinets a different tone for a fresher look in your kitchen space.
Read the label on your boat wood stain. Gently mix the stain with a stick of a painter, thoroughly mixing the sedimented material throughout the stain mixture. Using your brush chisel tip or foam, dip the brush into the staining kitchen cabinets. Place the brush at a 45 degree angle and paint stain on wood, even strokes back and forth, going along the grain of the wood. Cover the entire area, including the corners. Lift the brush surface to prevent leakage.
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If the staining kitchen cabinets is observed is a bit uneven, use a dry brush to match the patch of light and smooth. Let the stain dry. For an even darker look, use fine sandpaper and sand on the doors of the kitchen cupboards and frame. Clean dust and apply a second coat of stain, following the same instructions in Step 2. Let the stain dry. Once dry, apply a protective coating such as polyurethane to seal the stain and protection cabinets intensive cooking.