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#310298 - 06/13/10 10:29 PM Refinishing Cabinet
mike lewis Offline
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I have a pair of black oak finish M22's that I am using as part of an outdoor theater. Unfortunately, I dropped one of them on my flagstone patio. The integrity of the cabinet looks ok but the finish is quite scuffed on one side.

Can I sand and refinish the cabinet? Any recommendations or pointers on how to do so?

Thanks for any advice.

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#310300 - 06/13/10 10:46 PM Re: Refinishing Cabinet [Re: mike lewis]
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The Axiom speakers are a vinyl wrap, not wood finish, unless you paid extra for the wood veneeer?
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#310324 - 06/14/10 08:54 AM Re: Refinishing Cabinet [Re: SirQuack]
mike lewis Offline
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No, I didn't pay extra for the veneer. Are there any DIY repairs for the vinyl wrapped cabinet?

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#310326 - 06/14/10 09:02 AM Re: Refinishing Cabinet [Re: mike lewis]
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Hello Mike,

It is possible to paint vinyl-wrap cabinets. There was a thread some years ago about this subject, and others on the forums may recall what steps are necessary to ensure the paint adheres to the vinyl wrap.

Email my Axiom colleague Jean-Claude (JC@axiomaudio.com ) who knows what's involved in painting an Axiom vinyl-wrap finish.

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#310385 - 06/14/10 09:36 PM Re: Refinishing Cabinet [Re: mike lewis]
fredk Offline
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You could always veneer over the vinyl. One member here has done that.
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#310407 - 06/15/10 02:02 AM Re: Refinishing Cabinet [Re: fredk]
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#310513 - 06/16/10 12:31 PM Re: Refinishing Cabinet [Re: jakewash]
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There are several spray paints designed to be applied to plastic. Krylon, for example. As a test, maybe you could get a sample board from Axiom to make sure nothing odd happens.

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