The cheapest option is painting.
Laminate is not an ideal surface for painting, but it can be handled.
You will probably be more satisfied with the results if you perceive painting as a temporary solution until you invest in a completely new cabinet.
To get the best results, follow these steps.
Can I paint my cabinets without scrubbing?
Sanding to repaint or paint cabinets requires a lot of time and energy. Not all paintings require sanding, especially if you are buying new pre-polished cabinets. However, you can also avoid scrubbing if you want to repaint old cabinets without major scratches or scratches that require complex repairs.
How do you paint artificial wood cabinets?
It will help to lightly sand the surface first, but you can also find adhesive primers designed for non-abrasive surfaces. Allow the bonding primer to dry completely before applying the first coat. Use latex or oil paint with a glossy or semi-glossy surface.
What kind of paint do you use for laminate?
Latex or water-based paint works well in multi-layer cabinets if you use a good primer. However, before it dries completely, the paint remains sticky and can easily come loose if the two painted surfaces collide. Bottom with a water-based primer. Latex paints can heal for one to four weeks.
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