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Old 06-28-2015, 01:56 PM   #1
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Refinishing cabinets

I have searched on the internet and seen a ton of options. What have you all done when refinishing cabinets in your pop up. Ours are wood wall paper looking stuff for lack of a better description in mind

Can I just paint them? Do I need to do something more specific. The edges are flaking. Does not look horrible yet but I'd like to make it nicer. It's a 1997
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Old 10-31-2015, 02:06 AM   #2
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I am priming my cabinets right now!

Hello,

I just came inside from the PUP, I have been refurbishing my 1994 Jayco 1207 for about 10 months. I have a ton of pictures, but sadly haven't uploaded most of them yet. I did however put a few relevant to your question on Photobucket right now. I hope I can figure out how to post them here.

After a lot of Internet research, I have chosen to use Zinsser Bullseye 123 primer on my faux wood contact paper cabinets. You should NOT try to paint contact paper without it. It is very thick and brushes or rolls on very well to the contact paper!!

I cleaned them well with orange cleaner, and then went to work on them. The following pics are a before and after (primer only). Tomorrow morning I will be painting the 1st coat of high gloss white Behr latex, to maximize the feeling of open space inside. I will send more pics of the finished job later this week.

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Link is in error. Needs corrected. - FPM III 11/01/2015

Ps I can't seem to upload multiple pics, so I added the link to my photobucket folder

[url=http://s57.photobucket.com/user/spencerteri/1994%20Jayco%201007/story]1994 Jayco 1007 Story by Spencer Detierra (spencerteri) | Photobucket[/url]
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Old 11-08-2015, 11:19 PM   #3
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Updated pics

Hello again,

I am unsure if you are still checking this forum, but I promised you some follow up pics. The project went great! So great that I am now installing new laminate flooring haha. Opened a can of worms, I suppose...

Hope these pics help someone
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More pictures

More pics and a sample of the flooring
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Very nice work. Enjoy the fruits of your labor!
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