peter.yamamoto

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  1. Kitchen cabinet sanding de-staining suggestions/help?

    That looks very nice! This is an approach I'm going to investigate. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Kitchen cabinet sanding de-staining suggestions/help?

    Thank you for the feedback folks. The goal is is the natural light wood look so not really interested in a paint solution. I haven't had much time to get back to this again but I happened to be in Home Depot again so picked up some Minwax Antique Furniture Refinisher. This seems to help fade the original stain with the help of 0000 steel wool. Again maybe too much work to do the whole kitchen. Just not sure these would get re-used if I bought new, so trying to do the right thing long term. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. We don't like the dark cabinet stain in our kitchen. I sanded a bit once to see that underneath is a nice light color. Today I did a test sanding on the inside of bathroom cabinet to see how hard/long it would take. The main issue is getting inside the edges and corners of the inset. I first used a circular sander trying different grits. As you can see 150 quickly went through it!-P 240 grit for both circular and a multi tool triangle head sanding did the rest. I also tried to use some liquid sander but that didn't seem to do a great job fast enough and didn't seem to help for the inside edges and corners. Any other suggestions? This seems doable but would take a more time than I want per cabinet door. Any suggestions how to sand on the inside edge and corners more easily? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk