Touch Up Wood Kitchen Cabinets
Replacing or decorating your kitchen cabinets may be out of your budget. Refinishing them can take weeks and become costly. Consider touching up minor defects on your timber cabinets. You will stay in your budget and complete within hours rather than days. Fist wipe the cabinets clean using a moist cloth to show surface imperfections. Be certain that the locations that require touch-up are dry and clean before continuing on to the next step. Cover surface scratches with a furniture marker fitting the color of your cabinets. If you understand your cupboards' maker, you could have the ability to purchase a matching stain mark from the business. Otherwise, buy more than 1 color and examine the mark on an inconspicuous section of the cupboard to come up with the ideal match. You can find a wide selection of tones of wood grain at http://www.touchupsolutions.com/home-user-shop/furniture-markers.
For deeper scratches in your wood cabinets, use a wood putty stick that matches the finish color. Find these Fill Sticks at http://www.touchupsolutions.com/home-user-shop/furniture-fill-sticks to fill the dent or scrape. Note that wood putty will not harden completely, therefore apply stained or stainable wood filler rather if the place could ever require sanding, drilling or nailing.