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Shrinkage is one of the most common changes with cabinetry throughout the years. It is when the door panels in the doors shrink and a white line shows up down the sides of the panel. Why is this? Our doors are made of a wood frame and a separate center panel. This center panel is not glued in place and “floats” in the frame. Shrinkage is common and is done to allow the wood to shrink and swell with changes in humidity. If it were glued or held in place by pins or brads it would create havoc with the frame when it expanded or contracted and contort or crack the door.
Note that this happens on panels made of solid wood. If you do have these white lines you can help conceal them by wiping some stain on the line using a small paint brush or a stain pen (available at home centers and paint stores or from your cabinet supplier). After you have stained the line and it has dried you can bring up the gloss by applying some paste was or brushing on some lacquer or other type of varnish.
Kit Cabinets as well as our manufacturer(s) DOES NOT consider the appearance of an unfinished line as a defect and will not replace doors due to this situation. It is recommended that a humidity control system is incorporated in a home to reduce the possibility of expansion and contraction in wood products.