Vintage kitchen cabinets – Starting with remove the cabinet apart with your screwdriver, remove all hinges and hardware. Set separate pieces out on tarps or newspapers. If the casing is mounted on the wall, the tape offs the area immediately at the peripheral wall with masking tapes. Buff each part of the surface with sandpaper to take off any dirt or gloss. Dry dust.
Brush glaze heavily over each section of the chassis, making a thick layer of it. Let the glaze to sit for about five minutes while looking at the vintage kitchen cabinets surface. Look out for the shiny wet-looking glaze to just start getting boring, indicating that it is starting to dry. Use an old cloth to partially dry glaze. Tap the cloth as you go and not try to dig it out of the crevices and corners.
Make the glaze is flat and smooth and wipe the surface spans but left in the corners. Work it until you get it the way you want it. Let the glaze dry overnight. Brushing on a thin layer of polyurethane gloss over the entire surface. Allow to dry about four hours. Sharpen the shine in your hand, wipe the dust and brush on another layer of polyurethane. Let it dry overnight. Collect vintage kitchen cabinets.