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  1. How to Install Hinges on Cabinet Doors

    Installing cabinet doors may seem like a job only for professionals, but once you know the basic step-by-step, you’ll find that it’s actually a pretty easy task. Here’s how to install cabinet door hinges:
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  2. MDF Versus Wood Cabinet Doors

    Most homeowners agree that when searching for new kitchen cabinet doors, one of the most significant decisions they have to make is what kind of materials to use, and rightly so. This is because there are so many options available. However, the two main choices are medium-density fiberboard (MDF) and solid wood.
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  3. How to Repair Damaged Kitchen Cabinet Doors

    Any homeowner or interior design expert will tell you that kitchen cabinets, especially the doors under the sink or refrigerator, endure a lot of stress. They are typically made using materials like MDF and solid materials that show wear and tear over time, even the more lavish European cabinet doors. For one, water from your sink and high humidity levels can damage or make cabinet doors look worn out.
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  4. Ideal Thickness of MDF for Cabinet Doors

    Getting the raw materials and measurements correct at the beginning can ensure long-lasting satisfaction at home. In contrast, getting measurements and materials wrong can become an eyesore.
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  5. Inset Cabinet Doors Versus Overlay Cabinet Doors

    In this article, we'll take a closer look at inset and overlay cabinet doors, compare their benefits and drawbacks, and help you decide which European-style cabinet doors are suitable for your home.
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  6. How to Size Cabinet Doors

    Cabinet doors come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and the door size you need will depend on the size of your cabinet space and the style of door you choose. Some cabinet door styles are tiny, while others are quite large.
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  7. Can I Replace Cabinet Doors Only?

    Cabinet refacing is cost-effective at a fraction of the cost you’d typically spend on full cabinet replacements. It also takes less time to do; you can even do it yourself, and you won’t have to vacate your kitchen for days on end as it gets done. It’s also more eco-friendly as you’re not throwing your cabinets in a landfill.
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  8. Flat Panel Versus Shaker Cabinet Doors

    For a lot of people, this boils down to two choices: flat panel or shaker cabinet doors. Both offer timeless elegance, but the former is sleeker and more modern while the latter has more of a traditional feel. Read on to know which one’s the right one for you.
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  9. Replacing Cabinet Doors Versus New Cabinets

    When it’s time to update your kitchen cabinets, the question always boils down to whether it’s better to reface them or install new cabinets altogether. Both are great options, but the better choice ultimately depends on the look you’re aiming for, your budget, and your resources.
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  10. What Are Solid Core Doors?

    Solid-core doors are wooden doors with a composite core, as opposed to a hollow core. This makes them more durable and soundproof than hollow-core doors.
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