If you want a better finish on the front of your doors, you will want to add filler to the door.Once the filler had dried, we then sanded every door with #220 grit sandpaper.And guess what, he had the same concerns I did about using plywood.He told me it would take a LOT of prep work to get the type of finish I wanted and that we should look for a different/better product, maybe MDF. because of what water does to it plus I have never used it before. He also told me he had another person in the store just the other day looking at doing a plank wall out of plywood and he voiced the same concern about using a better product to get a better finish without all the extra work.Stephanie Ward: We’ve been here, well a total of 10 years.
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.
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.
If the piece is too big, cut a little bit more from the piece.
Your goal is to have this piece fit perfectly with a very little gap.