5/29/2012

How do I repair small scratches, nicks and dents?

 

Most cabinet scratches can be touched up by using a special kit, made available from your dealer, that includes a touch-up marker, filler pencil and fast-dry touch-up.

Start with the touch-up marker. If scratches or nicks still show after using the touch-up marker, use a filler pencil. Simply rub the pencil over the scratched area and wipe away any excess with a clean, soft cloth. Then apply a protective coating of clear Fast-Dry Touch-Up or a clear acrylic spray.

Never use sandpaper or any other type of abrasive paper or material to “even out” a scratch, as this will permanently damage the cabinet finish.

Most cabinet scratches can be touched up by using a special kit, made available from your dealer, that includes a touch-up marker, filler pencil and fast-dry touch-up.

Start with the touch-up marker. If scratches or nicks still show after using the touch-up marker, use a filler pencil. Simply rub the pencil over the scratched area and wipe away any excess with a clean, soft cloth. Then apply a protective coating of clear Fast-Dry Touch-Up or a clear acrylic spray.

Never use sandpaper or any other type of abrasive paper or material to “even out” a scratch, as this will permanently damage the cabinet finish.