Try to avoid anything that’s too extreme, as there’s already a lot of activity going on in the kitchen and you don’t want it to seem even busier.And always opt for a high-quality paint to ensure a durable finish.On the bright side the cabinets are solid oak and were in overall great condition, but they were coated, and I mean coated in grease.
I tried a file at first (as the knob instructions suggested) but it took a lot more time and effort than using the spinning drill bit to chip away at it, so that became my preferred method.
Alternatively, simply give your cabinetry a quick refresh with a few coats of paint.
Both of these ideas are a lot cheaper and less hassle than replacing the entire kitchen.
Paint in general is easiest and least expensive way to transform a kitchen.
Look for a rich, yet calming shade that allow you to relax in your space.
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I bleached it twice, but it just need to be completely redone. After lots of research and planning – I created a plan. This might get a little lengthy, so let’s jump right in shall we. It took me about 100 trips to the hardware store, so maybe I can help you reduce that number a little!