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How can I hide cupboard door chips

I am in rented accommodation and have chips in kitchen cupboard doors. Please see photo below. Any cost effective ideas would be greatly appreciated,

Thank you!xxxx

In uk




7 comments
  • contact paper

  • Christygodfrey
    Christygodfrey
    Yesterday

    is it easy to apply without bubbles x

  • Karma513
    Karma513
    Yesterday

    washi tape, comes in multitude colors and designs, line bottom of all top cupboards, then modge podge.

  • Orville Asman
    Orville Asman Garden Grove, CA
    Yesterday

    Remove cabinet doors, use wood putty, once dry and hard, sand smooth. Paint to match the existing door color.

    • B. Enne
      B. Enne Canada
      Yesterday

      I agree about filling. I bought a tube of paintable wood filler, and applied it with my finger--it didn't need too much sanding/tweaking. It comes out really liquidy when you start, so put some on a paper towel first.
      You could go to the $ store and buy some acrylic paints in colours close to the cabinets: beige, yellow, cream, and mix them on a paper plate until you find the right combo. And apply carefully with a Q-tip on top of the filled chips.

  • Fiddledd224
    Fiddledd224 Sewell, NJ
    Yesterday

    Cover them in contact paper. It comes in marble and woodgrain patterns and many others. All are easy to remove by peeling off.

  • contact paper is super easy to apply. You can use a piece of plastic like you drivers license to push out any bubbles

  • Christygodfrey
    Christygodfrey
    5 minutes ago

    Thankyou I like the idea of Marble Contact Paper, I will give it a go and let you know what it looks like.

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