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Hi,

Thinking of buying an older house that apparently had a water leak below the kitchen sink at one time. Plumbing's fixed but there's water damage to the inside bottoms of the 2 wooden cabinet doors beneath the sink.
I think they're stained oak.

The doors are warped & cracked at the inside bottoms about an inch high & the wood's curled & protruding outward. I'd rather fix than replace since it's not real obvious when they're closed & I still want them to match the rest of the cabinets.

Should I sand & fill with wood putty? Sand & cover with a trim piece? Has anyone else dealth with this issue who can offer suggestions for a cheap DIY fix?

Appreciate any advice you can give.
Thanks very much..
 

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Photos would help.
Warped doors are hard to unwarp. Are these plywood doors? Stile and rail doors?
 

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Hello:) I want to do a surprise to my husband and I want to buy new kitchen cabinets, but can better replace only the door of the cabinet? What do you think? I can even recommend a good company that does it. Preferably in the vicinity of Denver. Thank you and best regards:) M:thumbup:
You should start your own thread. An increase in details and a decrease in the happy faces would be appreciated.
 
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