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I want to build my 12" deep upper cabinets to continue over the fridge without increasing the depth just so I don't have any finishing on the side to deal with. Do most of you do this with Euro style when providing a cabinet with prefinished doors ect. to avoid as much painting as you can?
Are you being serious?
Yes , Its a serious question. Not all of us are of such high intellect as you apparently are. If you don't like the question ignore it. But then this is probably where you go to act the intellectual bully that you appear to be.
If you are doing melamine interiors on a painted exterior then you can buy the glue back melamine.
It has melamine on one side and a surface that is usually meant to put a laminate on. It works great for painting. Just a very light sanding and prime it.
It does still have a slight texture like melamine since it's a bonded fused product similar to melamine. I've used it for years and haven't had a failure.
Thanks Leo, I've seen that product before and the surface felt wavy. I was afraid the finish would reflect the wavy surface. Good to know it works. Thanks.