Update the busiest room in the house without the hassle of renovating by giving all the surfaces a fresh new look
The kitchen sees lots of use on a daily basis, so over time it will start to look tired and show the signs of wear and tear. A run-down kitchen is not an enjoyable place to prepare meals, plus a dated look won’t do you any favours come resale time. Installing a new kitchen can easily cost tens of thousands of dollars and take weeks, but some simple transformations can be done on a DIY budget in a weekend. Old benchtops, cabinets, sinks and floors can all be repaired, replaced or revamped to give the kitchen a completely new look.
Fix peeling Laminate
To fix bench edges, gently pull back the laminate while cutting the old adhesive with a utility knife. Apply contact adhesive to the back of the edging and the benchtop edge, then press them together firmly. Run a roller along the edge and tape securely until dry.
Refresh old timber
Timber doors can show up cracks, scratches and dents but they are easy to revive DIY. For a natural finish, polyurethane is similar to clear varnish but easier to apply, making timber doors more durable and giving a medium-level shine. Repair cracks or holes with timber filler, then sand smooth. Use sugar soap to clean oil build-up and apply timber stain as a base. Apply three layers of polyurethane finish with a brush or roller, waiting seven hours between coats. Sand lightly and remove dust before each coat.
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