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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




  • Cindy Darsey Chadwell
    Cindy Darsey Chadwell Pensacola, FL
    on Aug 12, 2017

    contact paper

  • on Aug 12, 2017

    is it easy to apply without bubbles x

  • Karma513
    Karma513
    on Aug 12, 2017

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

  • Orville Asman
    Orville Asman Garden Grove, CA
    on Aug 12, 2017

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

    • B. Enne
      B. Enne Canada
      on Aug 13, 2017

      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
    on Aug 12, 2017

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

  • Cindy Darsey Chadwell
    Cindy Darsey Chadwell Pensacola, FL
    on Aug 12, 2017

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

  • on Aug 14, 2017

    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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