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Cabinet finish

Posted by Wick on November 3rd, 1999 03:48 PM
In reply to kitchen cabinet finishes by marla on November 3rd, 1999 12:53 PM [Go to top of thread]

Marla, here's two suggestions. 1) Polyurethane
would be a good idea for lasting protection, just
be sure to lightly buff the surface and completely
clean prior to applying. 2) Temporary results can
be accomplished by using a wood oil (i.e., Scotts
Liquid Gold, Old English, etc.). Option #2 will
require applications approximately once a month or
so, but will keep a good shine to the woodworking.
Oh, almost forgot find out "exactly" what kind of
finish the builder used. You want to use the same
thing and texture. Good luck!

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