Ok, I have been away for two months working on my new project, refinishing my kitchen cabinets. I have finished one cabinet and now have a plan formulated for the rest of the project. I will make new flat panel cope and stick doors and refinish the existing frames. For the side I am going to apply PSA veneer. I have done this on the cabinet I just finished and it looks great and went on like a charm.
Now for the questions! Should I finish my 1/4 flat panel oak plywood before fitting into frame and gluing up? I am worried that if I apply glue and it come out of the frame I will never be able to clean it properly before I apply stain. I have purchase the adjustable Freud cope and stick bits, Freud P/N 99-761 Ogee.
Next question. To do the frames I plan on splashing out for a Festool RAS sander and vacuum since I will be sanding in-situ, that is, in my kitchen. I need to remove the old white wash finish. Does anyone have a better recommendation. Should I buy the small RAS sander as most work is on a couple of inches wide or should I get the 5 inch RAS?
Last edited by Seldonman; 07-06-2015 at 08:31 PM.