Slide 7: Give Kitchen Cabinets Some TLC

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Your kitchen gets a lot of use, so it doesn’t take long before you start seeing signs of wear and tear on wood cabinets. Before you decide to invest in replacements, consider a more budget-friendly solution: DIY restoration. If the wood stain on your cabinets is worn, try cleaning with a mix of TSP and water, sand lightly, and apply a tinted polyurethane varnish. 


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