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Posted on Help! Kitchen cabinets have marks from wet fingers

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#1 posted 01-12-2009 02:22 PM

A citrus based (NON FLAMABLE) stripper would be my choice. My thought about the lacquer thinner, It will take it off with a lot of work. However, used in the house, it could cause a flash fire, not to mention having to breath the dangerous fumes. Pull the doors and do them in the shop in order to keep the mess down. Lacquer will not be hard to strip. If you don’t get every bit of it off, it may blister. I don’t know of any product that will cover it and not peel or blister except another lacquer product. Use a moisture resistant lacquer. And do let it cure before use. You can get brushing lacquer to use on the face frames and spray the doors.
This is what I would do. Someone else my have a better idea. good luck!
God bless

-- Gene, a Christian in Virginia

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