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Tips for Maintaining Your Refinished Cabinets

September 2022

You just had your cabinets refinished, and they look as beautiful as if they were brand new. The process was more than worth it, but you certainly don’t want to have to do it again anytime soon. Then how can you maintain your good-as-new cabinets to keep them from needing another makeover in the near future? Here are 6 useful things you can easily do in daily life to protect your cabinets from damage and unnecessary wear.

Replace, Reface, or Refinish – Which is Best for Your Kitchen Cabinets?

September 2022

Nothing makes an outdated kitchen look trendy and fresh like replacing, refacing, or refinishing the cabinets. But, how do you choose which method is best for Florida homes and commercial properties? Let’s take a closer look at these three methods and how easy it can be to get the kitchen of your dreams for less money than you might think.

The Preferred Cabinet Refinisher in Volusia, Flagler & Orange Counties!

August 2022

Looking for a way to give your kitchen, living room, or bathroom a fresh look at an affordable price? The Cabinet Queen is the premiere cabinet refinisher in three Florida counties and they have ideas that will turn your outdated cabinets into the jaw-dropping envy of the neighborhood for far less than refacing or replacing.

Why You Should Hire a Professional for Kitchen Cabinet Painting and Refinishing

July 2022

The first step in any refinishing project is an in-person consultation. I will come to your home and evaluate your cabinets, provide you with my professional opinion, and an estimate. If you decide to use my process I will provide you with a color consultation. When we schedule a start date I will remove the cabinet doors and drawer fronts, prep your kitchen, prep your cabinet boxes to start the refinishing process. After the boxes are painted and they are completely cured, which takes 2-3 days, you can continue using your kitchen. It takes time for premium paint to completely cure on its own. As Lisa’s father says, “you can’t rush chemicals.”

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