Cabinet Repainting

At some point, kitchen cabinets, custom cabinets, and bathroom vanities all need a refresh. Cabinets often incur daily abuse from food spills, constant cleaning, and moisture damage from sinks and dishwashers. We see it all the time. Loose, thin, flaking paint, blisters, and “sticky-gummy” areas that did not hold up well to abrasive cleaners.

Cabinets come in a variety of materials. Natural wood like oak, poplar, and cherry are some of the more common. There are also manufactured materials like MDF and vinyl-coated Therma-foil. Natural wood cabinets are generally preferred because they hold up to everyday use much better than MDF and vinyl coated. MDF is notorious for swelling and blistering when exposed to moisture from sinks and dishwasher steam.
Meanwhile, vinyl-coated cabinets tend to loosen over time, resulting in vinyl that peels away from the substrate. The good news is that they can all be salvaged without replacement. It requires the proper prep, skilled technique, and a top-shelf quality product to ensure your cabinet finish will last.

At Wanda Works, we can assist with colors and make product recommendations based on the need. Hand brushed or sprayed, we have salvaged the worst of the worst and can have your cabinets looking brand new again, too.

Call us today for an estimate.