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I have light maple cabinets in my kitchen that are about 13 years old. When we put them in, we chose a medium grade cabinet so they aren't the best of the best. As I look at them now, it seems the finish is getting dull. They never had a high-gloss finish, but did have a nice sheen. I've tried cleaning them with various products, thinking the dullness was removable, but have come to the conclusion that they have just lost their luster over the years. (LOL---haven't we all?!)
I'm looking for a product that will revive them a bit. Guess we could put a coat of polyurethane on them, but that sounds like lots of work AND a big job for us as amateurs. I don't want to experiment with products that might damage the cabinets. Has anybody had any experience fixing a similar problem?