Repair Glossy Kitchen Cabinet Door

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hi there,

Hoping to be able to repair the crack in my kitchen cabinet door as shown below. Can anyone recommend the best way to go about this? The door has a glossy finish to it.

I don't know from where the kitchen doors were original obtained.

Thanks for any help.

Huw

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PS - sorry if this is in the wrong forum - wasn't sure where to put this.
 
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Can't think that is repairable, can't decide if that is white or cream, B&Q do a "slab white" door worth a look.
 
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There are people who call themselves "surface repair specialists" or something similar. They can apparently make invisible repairs to a lot of surfaces. I've heard good things about them, but never used them personally, or seen the results. Something like that could be worth a thought if there is no other option.
 
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My wife burnt one of our doors (shiny plastic coated) and the plinth under it, with a 'mood' candle. Tit! I took the door to b n q for a pot of high gloss, which they matched spot on, filled the dent the flames made, and then painted it. The filling took 3 or 4 stages, but whilst you will always know it's there, few others will notice it. £15 might be a long term solution- worth a try.
 
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There are people who call themselves "surface repair specialists" or something similar. They can apparently make invisible repairs to a lot of surfaces. I've heard good things about them, but never used them personally, or seen the results. Something like that could be worth a thought if there is no other option.

I have used a good one which did a great job on an expensive piece of bathroom china and also a virtually invisible finish on a laminate worktop too but seeing the method they use I very much doubt they would sort that.
Matching the paint may be the issue but a car body repair shop would sort that. your best bet is to probably post a wider shot of the kitchen and see if anyone recognises it.
 
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