Looking to update kitchen cabinets and replacing and/or refacing is cost prohibitive. Which leaves painting. We have 26yr old oak cabinets that are still in great shape. However, my wife is tired of the grain. I’ve seen many who have used wood filler to cover the grain, but two of the painting companies we have gotten a quote from do not do that and advise against it saying that over time the wood will expand and contract and the filler will loosen causing the paint to come off. Hoping some of you woodworking experts out there can set the story straight. Thanks in advance!
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