I bought a house with beautiful oak cabinets from a DIYer who painted them with an awful glaze. Luckily the glazing is very light but it's a grayish green. I want that beautiful oak color and grain back. Denatured alcohol removed the glaze on a trial section but a terrible white haze formed and we can't get rid of it.
What's the best way to remove a latex glaze (clear with a tint)? Then how do I get back the beautiful oak color and grain? There is lot of molding and detail. We want to get it back to the original look.
Thank you for your help!!!
DP in Oklahoma
06:45AM | 10/31/18
Did you ever get a reply on how to remove the glazing on these cabinets?
06:48AM | 10/31/18
Did you ever get an answer of how to remove this glazing ? I have a client that had her cabinets glazed several years ago and is now wanting it covered somehow. So I need to know if there's a way to get that off so I can have a smooth surface e to work with. She will most likely just wNt to paint over them with a fresh updated color. But I'm at a loss on how to prep that particular surface e before doing that. Ty