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Now it’s time to fill in all the holes and gaps with wood filler.
), we filled in all the nail holes and the sides of the cabinet doors where the trim meets against the door, plus where the trim pieces meet on the front of the door.
If you want a better finish on the front of your doors, you will want to add filler to the door.
Once the pieces fit perfectly, wipe everything with a dry cloth and attach the pieces the same way as the side pieces ( Please follow the method of using the cabinet door as the guide to get the same look as the doors shown.
At this point, our cabinets doors are all ready for some paint and primer, this post to come! Let me give you the cost breakdown of this project without the paint.
A few decades ago, the only options were to replace the kitchen cabinets or paint them.
Now that I had my MDF cut and doors sanded I was ready to add the trim to the cabinets. The first step was prepping the MDF strips, to do this I sanded the edges with #220 grit sandpaper to give them a smooth finish after cutting, Next, I placed the MDF strip flat on a sheet on the ground.
Then I placed the cabinet door right side down on top of the strip. Once both sides pieces are attached now we could add the inside trim pieces.