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Metal Kitchen Cabinets

Metal kitchen cabinets are becoming more and more popular. Most metal kitchen cabinets are made out of stainless steel. Since it is resistant to corrosion and staining, calls for low maintenance and is relatively inexpensive, it makes for great cabinets. When used on cabinets, the metal covers an inner core which helps lessen the tinny sounds that are normally received from solid metal.

Most stainless steel cabinets are purchased in various colors that can go with the décor of various kitchens. The cabinets are available in various sizes and there are over 150 grades of stainless steel, depending on the alloy content.

Most cabinets have a polished finish with short directional polishing lines that may get scratched over a period of time, not to mention show signs of fingerprints. To restore the finish, a professional can be called in to work on a new finish that will fade the scratches. You can decide on whether you want the finish to be swirl or embossed. You also have the option of refinishing the cabinet yourself. This is done by using a non-metallic abrasive pad and rubbing the surface using uniform strokes in the same direction as the current polishing lines. Lighter scratches will begin to fade by doing this.

Benefits of Stainless Steel Metal Kitchen Cabinets

There are many benefits to using stainless steel metal in your kitchen. Here is a list of some of the benefits:

  • Non-toxic
  • Recyclable
  • Easy to clean without the use of harsh chemicals
  • Works great for people with chemical sensitivities
  • Great for outdoor cabinets (withstands harsh elements)
  • Fairly inexpensive
  • Resistant to corrosion
  • Resistant to staining
  • Low maintenance
  • Available in various sizes
  • Available in various colors

Stainless steel is generally thought of as a modern material used for a more sleek appeal. However, this isn’t necessarily the case. Stainless steel can be combined it with a Transitional cabinet for a more tempered contemporary look. Consider combining it with a cherry “arts and crafts” style cabinet. You can also change the overall look by adding some alternatives to stainless steel such as copper molding, brushed nickel finishes or the occasional frosted glass insert.

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Kitchen Cabinet Refacing
When remodeling your kitchen, an alternative to replacing your cabinets entirely, is to reface them. With refacing cabinets, you can achieve a beautiful new kitchen while spending half the amount of money. You will literally be giving your cabinets a face-lift! In the refacing process, existing doors, drawer fronts and hardware are removed and replaced with new ones

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Wood Kitchen Cabinets
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