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Starting with 120 grit sandpaper should help remove any of the old paint or stain left behind by the stripper. Afterwards, smooth out the wood with 220 grit sandpaper. After the cabinet is properly sanded, apply a primer if painting, or a sanding sealer if staining (which works much like primer, allowing stain to absorb evenly). Once the paint or stain is applied to the cabinets, add a final finish, such as varnish or lacquer to protect the wood. Water-based polyurethanes also do a great job, and are environmentally friendly.
Granite, quartz, laminate and marble are the foremost choices. Granite might turn out to be a tad more expensive than the options offered here. Thats because of its unmatched durability. A comparative study of these four materials will help you zero in on a choice based on your cost-quality suitability. So, heres a rundown just for you! Notably, even while youre educating yourself about the fundamentals of each of these finishes, you should be prudent enough to draw comparisons in your mind.
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