Locating veneer for older kitchen cabinets


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Old 05-29-17, 01:39 PM
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Locating veneer for older kitchen cabinets

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This thin trim laminate used to be sold by Rockler. I had thought "Oh, it will always be around..." But now, the demand for these repairs on old cabinets, etc. may have slipped and the supplier / manufacturer is now a mystery. Who still makes / sells this stuff?

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-Gen
 
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Old 05-29-17, 05:26 PM
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It looks like the doors are RTF, rigid thermofoil. The RTF would be too difficult to apply.
You could trim off the end and glue on a new real oak piece or try thin wood veneer.
The doors also might be reversible, left and right. If they're reversible you can fix the damage and try to hide it at the bottom.

I would replace the doors, here's a link to a site I've used:
https://www.cabinetdoorsdepot.com/rt...ew&act=&id=382
 
 

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