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You need to test an area, but I bet it would melt it off partially and make a bigger mess. I would try sanding off the loose paint and paint edges and prime and paint. Try primer meant for vinyl wallpaper called Stick it, sold at Home Depot, then paint. Good luck.
Hi Donna! Here are some really helpful sites to check out so your project will go smoothly! Merry Christmas to you and best wishes on your project!
(Products for your project are available at Home Depot, Lowe's, Amazon).
Donna,. First, you have to paint on a flat surface to avoid streaks and peeling. Use some sandpaper to smooth and remove any paint that is peeling, you want a smooth suface. Take the hardware off, and remove the doors. Sand them down and clean the dust, so your paint goes on smoothly. Use a paint brush if your cabinets aren't flat. Next, if their are groves in the doors paint them first, then roll the rest, two coats. I highly recommend using high gloss paint, it wipes up nicely with just a rag or sponge. When you need to wash your cabinets, use Murphy's Oil Soap, you can find it in the supermarket, in the cleaning isle. This product is just for wood. Aloha! Merry Christmas
Available from Home Depot, Lowes, and Amazon
Here's a link to what a blogger wrote on using Citristrip: https://thecraftsmanblog.com/how-to-use-citristrip/
MDF will always off gas formaldehyde, which is why they should be sealed on all sides.