Amazing Gel Stain For Kitchen Cabinets

Gel Stain for Kitchen Cabinets Pre Finished

The gel stain for kitchen cabinets is an appropriate way to repaint maple cabinets, because the grain of the wood absorbs more evenly, resulting in a more uniform finish.

Instructions of gel stain for kitchen cabinets

  1. Unscrew the hinges and remove the cabinet doors. Remove the door handles and put them aside.
  2. Fill a bucket with warm water. Add disodium phosphate cleaner according to package directions. Lava cabinets and doors with TSP solution with a sponge.
  3. Apply a finish remover to a soft cloth and pass on cabinets and doors. The spacer will vary with the type of finish gel stain for kitchen cabinets.
  4. Let the remover sit on the furniture and doors, as long as indicated on the label. Scrape the softened finish with a spatula.
  5. Use sandpaper 150 grit hand to remove any finish, sand with the grain of the maple. Follow sandpaper 220 grit sanding the entire cabinet and all surfaces of the door.
  6. Apply the gel to stain maple cabinets with foam brush, following the grain of the wood and using it evenly, overlapping strokes.
  7. Continue applying the gel staining in sections of 2 feet (61 cm) until you have made ​​all the cabinets and doors.

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