I thank you all for your help. We have consulted numerous professionals and are looking at the quotes.
We are going to keep the oak in a slightly darker (less gold) stain and continuing our plan to re-tile the floor.
Time to stick to the smaller projects.
I am considering painting mine with Bahr with Primer in a high gloss slightly off white color, so they are easy to wash.
I am not able to do all the 2-3 or steps that other methods require. I am 65 and have arthritis. There are a lot of cabinets. In the pic below there is still another set of doors on the pantry on the right not showing in the picture.
Is it better to use a brush (brush marks) or a roller? I am going to attempt this without removing the doors, so I need advice on how to do this without drip marks as well.
It is just my husband and myself, so they will not endure much abuse.
I know the cabinets look good in the picture, but they have a lot of wear and water damage around the sink and stove.
I tried sanding the bad areas and re-staining, but it did not work.