Gel stain kitchen cabinets – Staining the gel can cool kitchen, bathroom and other cabinets and can be used in most types of wood. Most stain gel dries within 24 hours, allowing users to apply and begin using the cabinets in two days. A technique called “over straining” which requires the use of more than one color, you can create a rich look, layered on cabinets. When over straining, allow each color to dry for 24 hours before applying the next.
To apply gel stain kitchen cabinets, remove the cabinet doors cabinet loosening its hinges. Unscrew the cabinet handles. Pull the shelves of cabinets if they can also be dyed. Apply dis odium phosphate to a clean cloth and clean the cabinets and cabinet doors if they were used in a kitchen. This decreases the wood to prepare for sanding.
Arena cabinet and cabinet doors, using 20 to 30 sandpaper to remove any existing finish. Dip the brush in the gel stain. Applying stain to the gel stain kitchen cabinets, using scanning movements back and forth until the entire surface is covered. Apply gel stain to the cabinet doors, using the same method. Apply a thin coat of polyurethane to protect the stained surface finish, using a brush. Allow the polyurethane to dry for the amount of time indicated on the can.