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Inexpensive kitchen update: How to glaze your cabinets


Inexpensive kitchen update: How to glaze your cabinets

POSTED BY administrator on Apr 9 under kitchen

Inexpensive kitchen update: How to glaze your cabinets
News from FOX6 WBRC – MyFoxAL.com:

Source: WBRC video


Want to update the look of your cabinets without breaking the bank?

DIY guru Meredith Jones explained on Good Day Alabama today how to glaze your existing cabinets to make them look fresh. She says you can glaze all of your kitchen cabinets for less than $ 100.

Jones says the technique can give boring cabinets a little bit of definition and interest. She demonstrated two styles, glazing just the crevices of the cabinet and glazing the whole cabinet, to give two different effects.

“This is not a perfectionist technique. It really is all about, do you like the way it looks, and continue working with it until you do,” she said.

Follow her steps below:

Materials needed:

1. Paint in whatever color you want – you can use oil or latex but whichever type you choose, you must also use an oil or latex based glaze

2. Glaze

3. Measuring cup

4. Container to mix paint

5. Paint brushes or sponges

6. Clear coat – spray or paint on


1. Pre-paint the cabinetry a solid color or simply glaze over the existing wood

2. Remove doors from the cabinetry

3. Mix 1 part glaze to 3 parts p…………… continues on FOX6 WBRC – MyFoxAL.com

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Related News:

IKEA Kitchen Cabinets Top JD Power Customer Satisfaction, Again
News from woodworkingnetwork.com:

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA - IKEA cabinets outranked Thomasville, Armstrong, and Diamond cabinets, to earn J.D. Power’s highest customer satisfaction rating for the second year in a row. 

Thomasville, made by MasterBrand, last ranked No. 1 in the 2013 survey, and was ranked first in the 2014 Women’s Choice Award. 

click image to zoom   Measured on a 1,000 point scale, IKEA came in first with 820, just a tad higher than Thomasville, manufactured by MasterBrand, which was 816. 

T…………… continues on woodworkingnetwork.com

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