The designers made their days with sliding doors in the 50, 60 and 70. The aesthetic of the mid century modern gave the world the frame sliding doors; sliding doors and windows notched and even sliding glass doors in closets some style houses.
- Remove the doors of its rails and place them on a flat surface. Methods to remove vary depending on the design of the doors, but many have oprimibles wheels or similar mechanism on the top rail that allows the doors to bow out so they can get up from the rail bottom.
- Sand all wood surfaces with coarse sandpaper to remove the existing finish and return to sandpaper with a medium caliber and again with fine sandpaper caliber.
- It covers the mid century modern areas of glass with newspaper and tape painter, taking care not to allow the tape to invade areas to receive the finish.
- Apply a coat of primer on the areas to be painted and wood conditioner in areas that receive the application of dye.
- Apply a coat of paint or stain mid century modern, brushing across the grain. For metal surfaces, apply the paint in the largest address that area.
- Two coats of paint are sufficient, but you can continue applying layers of dye until you get the tone you want.