Cherry Kitchen Cabinets – Creating a reddish tone on your kitchen shutters is often achieved using cherry wood. Whether you have cherry wood on your cabinets and want to color it to enrich the color, or if you have unfinished cupboards that you want to give the impression of cherry, you can do the task yourself over a weekend.
Pull out the drawers from your Cherry Kitchen Cabinets and remove the jaws or handles with a screwdriver. Remove handles and hinges from cabinet doors and frames. Sand face of drawers, cabinet doors, and frame that remain fitted in the kitchen. Spread large cardboard pieces on the floor or the ground.
Open a can of color and re-mix color that may have fallen to the bottom. Dip a brush or sponge into the stain and apply the stain to the surface of your doors and drawer faces. Double-flap the edges, corners and grooves of doors and drawers to ensure the stain has covered the entire surface, apply for a new need. Wipe the entire surface with a cotton strap to lift excess color while it is still wet.
Spread the newspaper over your kitchen floor and countertops, directly within the frame Cherry Kitchen Cabinets. Repeat the process of applying the stain, work from top to bottom. Wipe the frame with two rags just like the doors and drawers. Allow the cabinet to dry for as long as indicated on your specific brand of color, which can sometimes vary greatly. Reinstall cabinet doors using the removed hinges in the bowl. Lay back the drawer pull and handle, and slide the drawers in place.