After sanding reapply wood filler where it needs to be added again. When everything was sanded smooth again, I took a vacuum to all the doors and then wiped with a dry cloth.Next was applying caulk to the inside of the door where the new trim hits the door.He had me SOLD, so I had him cut the 4’x8′ sheet of 1/4″ MDF, .Just so you know one side has a white vinyl finish on it.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., we’re pulling off a kitchen makeover on a miniscule budget. 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.
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.
With the liquid nails, apply a small bead in a zig-zag pattern along the MDF strip, making sure to stay 1/2″ away from all sides. After cutting the strips, take them back to the cabinet door and see how they fit.
Move along the same side and place more nails, making sure everything is flush as you go. If the piece is too big After cutting the strips, take them back to the cabinet door and see how they fit.
Because of this, I have been putting off buying the plywood for a month, looking at my options…
But finally, I decided it was time to get it because I had to start on the doors.