How do I fix water damaged pine wood veneer cabinet doors

I have 10 YO Pine cabinets with wood veneer panels. They are light color and basicly a plain frame with the veneer panels in the center of each door. They were originally finished with lacquer spray. They have been damaged with water either dripping or running down and are impossible to clean smooth. What is the best and easiest way to refinish and fix them? I really don't want to buy new doors. The panels are sandwiched in the frames without any obvious way to remove them.
Reply to
Clare
The drying process for pine wood since it is a soft wood takes 2 weeks with proper ventilation. After drying, restoration can take place. You can use different products available in the market to color and add varnish which can be tedious. But, if you are a fan of DIY projects, I'm sure that this task would be fun.
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Anonymous
 While you are remodeling your kitchen cabinets it is important to realize that you may have to loosen your work surfaces slightly so that you can repaint the visible faces of the carcasses. If you're going to do a job then you should do it properly! There's nothing worse than a horrible streak of different colored paint work running along the top of your cabinets. This is also a great opportunity to clean any of the crumbs and dirt that has accumulated in these crevices over the years.
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markol65
The existence of different and various fire restoration companies have prevailed as a result of a wide array of fire incidences everywhere.   
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Anonymous
I do had same problem few months back and it was really annoying me. Well now its fully sort out,you can paint,replace the parts and remember whenever you are drying just dry it for short period otherwise the wood can get permanently finish.
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Anonymous
Well obviously you will have to dry the wood first, you can than paint the cabinet doors or replace them if the water has done some serious damages.
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Liam0Thomas

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