Custom Crafted Kitchen Cabinet Doors

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1. Making support blocks by using screws supplied with your door hinges and small pieces of wood.
2. With a screw driver, center the screw on the piece of wood and drive all the way through.
3. The support blocks will look like this when finished
4. Open the can of Polyurethane and stir only! Starting with the back of the door first, apply the polyurethane evenly from the inside out, brushing in the direction of the grain.
5. Lay out 3 support blocks, turn the door over, and gently lay the door on the 3 support blocks.
6. Apply the polyurethane as you did on the back side making sure not to press too hard. Do not over work the finish, just quickly apply a thin even coat.
7. After allowing the door to dry completely (24 hrs), lay down the sanding mat and sand both sides of the door with a fine sanding sponge block.
8. Go back over the whole door with a scuff pad for a uniformed dullness.
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