Then we can replace the door, window and base molds. And once we do that, then we going to Bondo up where the old hinges was, because there’s going to be some new hinges in place. You know, that’s a good point, because, you know, when you look at that, you can see that there is an indentation from all of the years. You actually have a very, very slight little area there that you’re going to have to fill in, and Bondo or the automobile body filler. Steve Steele: Yeah, we’ll take an prime it, and that way we can see if there’s anything else in here that needs to be Bondoed. Steve Steele: Because the primer will let you know what’s going on. This is the secret weapon to making your countertops look great. Jodi Marks: See, now, if you can’t afford granite, that doesn’t mean you can’t get the look of granite with this kit.
Replacing the old wood paneling with drywall is next on the list, followed by finishing the dry wall, and patching the holes left behind by the electricians. Steve Steele: And get all the dust off of them, because you can see they’re real dusty. Danny Lipford: So you’re going to prime it before that? Jodi Marks: No, this is not a flour sifter, nor is it a fertilizer broadcaster. Rust-Oleum Countertop Transformations has made a kit to create natural stone look.
Watch our Kitchen Renovation Demolition video to find out more.Our 1960s kitchen renovation began by taking out the old appliances, sink, cabinet doors, drawers, and plastic laminate countertops.Next, we modified the hanging cabinet over the stove to accommodate a combination microwave and vent hood by cutting the existing face frame on the cabinet and removing the cabinet bottom.Start with a layout The most important element of any room is space planning.The overall layout in the kitchen was fine, but the cabinets separating the breakfast nook from the sink area blocked the view and conversation, so those were removed and replaced by a small rounded shelf allowing for a few decorative items – always a plus in a kitchen.