After making our own cabinets carcasses for the flip house kitchen it was time to order the doors and drawer fronts, get them painted and installed. While I think I could have made the doors, I don’t think it would have been a good investment of my time and I don’t think the end result would have been as nice. I know my limitations and I am okay with that. I felt pretty comfortable making the carcasses because I knew they would be hiding behind the doors that I purchased from a real woodworking operation. But, then I realized I still had to finish those doors. Luckily, I was able to pick up some tips from my neighbor who just so happens to be a cabinet-maker. While I don’t (and I assume you don’t) have the expensive tools and setups of a real cabinet-maker, the goal of this article is to get the best possible finish with accessible and affordable equipment. Read on to see how I did it.