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    • #10799
      Weston Huey

      I have kitchen cabinets that were laminated many
      years ago. Is it possible to remove the laminate so
      that I can refinish or repaint the cabinets?

    • #76696

      Weston, yes you can remove the laminate with acetone.
      Work in from the edge squirting in a little at a time
      as you work the laminate up with a putty knive.
      With the laminate off, you might want to reface rather
      than paint. Herrick Kimball has recently published
      book on the subject: Refacing Cabinets, Making an
      Old Kitchen New. The techique is quite accessable
      to the DIY and produces far better results than
      any other method I know of. Youd can check it out
      at http://www.taunton.com/books/fh/refacing.htm.

    • #118774
      E. Hull

      Just trying to learn methods of bending laminates in the construction of a deepsink cabinet. It seems that heat must be applied to keep it from breaking during the process.

    • #120749

      I am looking for someone to make small orders (1-6 a month)of a special cabinet I sell. I can supply photes and prints of these “Flat Files” used to store blue prints. Does anyone need some fill in work?

    • #153173

      what can be used be side wood kitchen cabinets no refinishing

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