Your Guide to Kitchen Cabinet Refacing
Replacement Kitchen Drawer Fronts Complete a Cabinet Refacing Projectby Roger Diez
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When refacing kitchen cabinets, drawer fronts should match the cabinet doors. If you are using stain or paint, this is easy; simply apply it to the drawer fronts to match the cabinet doors. But if you are replacing the doors with another style, do you simply replace the drawer fronts to match, or do you replace the entire drawers? The age of your cabinets, the quality of the runners, and whether your drawer boxes are wood or plastic are all factors to consider. Plastic grows brittle over time and can crack, and replacing runners with a higher quality roller mechanism may prevent drawers from sticking.
Replacement Kitchen Drawer Fronts
If you have good quality drawer boxes and runners, replacement kitchen drawer fronts may be all you need. This is a relatively easy task to complete, but attention to detail is paramount. Follow these steps:
Enjoy your freshened-up kitchen!