Albina Alexeev. Kitchen Cabinets. July 21st , 2019.
Step 5 trial Paint + Prime
put down a drop‐cloth to catch any drips + cover your walls + backsplash before painting.
utilize a high‐density froth roller or a paintbrush to apply a stain‐blocking, oil‐based joining primer to the cabinets. allow dry according to the manufacturer's orientations. If brush strokes are visible, lightly s+ to smooth.
create certain you have ˝kitchen–cabinet˝ paint–colors you like by testing the new color on the back of a cabinet door (if in doubt, white kitchen cabinets are a classic choice.) This gives you a chance to make certain you like the look +, more importantly, that the paint finish you have chosen will adhere to the cabinetry + your prep steps will yield a smooth finish.
following, brush roll / spray your cabinets with one coat of paint. allow dry totally previously applying the 2nd coat. Most standard paints will level‐as‐they dry, so don't over brush. when your ‘shelves‘ are adjustable + the insides of your cabinets require a fresh coat of paint, now is the time to paint those, too.
Repainting ”kitchen cabinets”?
Step 6 Reattach Doors + Drawers
formerly the ”kitchen cabinet” paint finish has dried totally, it's time to reattach drawer tugs, screw the hinges onto the doors, + hang the doors on the cabinetry boxes. This is uncomplicated if you tagged everything accurately. If desired, spray‐paint equipment + let dry before‐reattaching. glide apiece drawer back in location.
Step 7 Prep Cabinets
Prepare‐the‐cabinets as you would any more outside, cleaning‐mildewed‐spots + washing the entire outside to remove dirt + grease. Repair / replace damaged wood + cover any outside you desire to be protected.
Scuff‐s+ cabinets with 150‐grit s+paper / utilize a commercial–deglossing agent. To get your s+paper into all the contours of paneled doors, utilize a contoured s+er, a small sponge wrapped with s+paper, or a commercial s+ing sponge. Apply the–deglosser in segments small sufficient that you can paint them within an hour. Applying–paint for superior–adhesion.
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