Yes Freddy you can! It would be a bit of work as you would have to use a stripper to help remove the paint and do some sanding to get all of the paint off before you stain and finish with a poly. It can be a big messy job that takes a while depending on how many layers of paint you have to strip.
Only if you completely strip them and sand down to the original wood! Enjoy the journey.........
Do you know what kind of wood is under the paint? Unless the cabinets were originally stained, they could be just plywood or perhaps MDF. If they are real wood, you are in for a ton of sanding. I'm not sure you're going to find all the effort worth it.
Yes but it will entail stripping and sanding.
Yes you can, if they’re real wood. Most times when the manufacturer paints a cabinet it’s made of MDF (particle board). This is almost for certain if they are builder-grade cabinets. Another ‘trick’ the cabinet manufacturers use is to use real wood doors and an MDF cabinet box. To find out what you’re dealing with sand through the paint in a very small spot on the inside of the cabinet. You’ll know instantly what you’re dealing with. If they’re real wood use a product called Citristrip to remove the bulk of the paint, then sand the rest off. Citristrip is an organic product that is safe for the environment. When the paint has all been removed you’ll be good to go.
It all depends what they are made out of .. usually white cabinets are made out of pressed wood or mdf which you cant stain