Kitchen cabinet wrapped at bottom, made out of individual tung and gruve boards
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Hello. Could you possibly give some more information? Are you talking about wall-mounted top cabinetry are the lower floor mounted base?
Posting of a photograph is often very helpful as well.
Hi there, depending on how bad it is could you just cover it up if its the aesthetic look that's the problem? Otherwise you may need to replace it.
Hi, If the wood has warped over time, there will, unfortunately not be a lot that can be done. Usually the wood has expanded from moisture and it is very hard, without removing or sanding the piece.
Since they're individual tongue and groove, you may be able to replace them but it will be a lot of work. I encourage you to find the source of the water damage and repair it.
All wood will expand and contract over time and humidity changes. Cutting a board will relieve stresses in the wood.
If your subject line is correct and it is warped, you can remove and replace.
If your question is that the boards are wrapped at the bottom, you can remove those boards and alter if you need to then put them back in place. Such as a situation where you are replacing your flooring.
If it is the face of the cabinet these are easily replaced.
Remove and replace, we had this happen to kitchen cupboard doors and that was the only doable solution.
A photo would help. Can't tell if it can be repaired.
Hello, hope this helps you out,
https://diy.stackexchange.com/questions/32759/how-do-i-fix-a-warped-kitchen-cabinet is some info
Here is a post that might help - https://homestagingbloomingtonil.wordpress.com/2015/10/18/how-to-fix-a-warped-cabinet-floor/
Is this the floor of the cabinet? Could you had a thin but sturdy piece of wood over top of the tongue and groove and give it more support?
You gotta tear it out and replace the warped boards
Hi Lha: You may be able to put another piece of plywood on top of the warped piece, or replace it with another piece of wood. It may be nailed in with small nails or just set in. You don't need to have the exact same type of wood, just some that fits good and is sturdy enough to hold your dishes, maybe 1/4 " thick plywood.