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But we're sorry, that kitchen where she baked them - it's ugly.It helps to work slowly, to keep your hand braced against the cabinets to steady it, and to always use a sharp blade.Once you've finished the frame and installed the doors, it will be hard to tell that you haven't installed a whole new set of cabinets.So you have to be careful when measuring, cutting, and placing a strip on the cabinet face.The hardest part of making a refacing job look neat is trimming the veneer with a utility knife once it's in place.