kitchen. I wouldn’t hesitate to use a water-based product on your new cabinets, and as a top-up coat (or two) on your old ones after roughening the existing finish with 240-grit sandpaper. As for the grease marks, I’d suggest you try hand-sanding down to new wood in one affected area, then recoat the entire cabinet. It’s impossible for me to say that’ll work for sure, but it’s worth a try. A lot depends on your finesse with the work. That’s why you should try this fix initially in one spot only. Cherry is a beautiful wood and deserves to look its best. Good luck.
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