How to Completely Painting Kitchen Cabinets

Painting kitchen cabinets – In how to completely transform outdated cabinets in the kitchen is easy just by simply painting the cabinets. Painting cabinets is one of the easiest, cheapest and effective ways to do kitchen facelift. Do it yourself will be a great way to enhance the look and even functionality and comfort when doing kitchen activity. Here are materials and tools that you need to have when painting the cabinets. Things like drill, permanent marker, 220-grit sandpaper, latex bonding primer, tack cloth or rags, flush spackling compound and paint (Blanched Almond 1060) (Benjamin Moore) are important.

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First of all steps is to remove the door, hinges, knobs from the cabinets. Put a number on the each cabinet top using marker which then make the cabinets’ map to match the number of the door to its exact location. Are you about to change the knobs? Then drill new holes and fill the existing hole by using flush spackling compound. Sand the cabinet’s entire surface like doors and frames to remove the dust with damp rag or a tack cloth. You can simply prime each of door front. Position one on a work surface’s edge in order to two of the edges to hang over the end.

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Turn the door around once the two edges are done and then finish the other two. Run your finger along the door bottom to remove any paint underneath that has crept. Flip all the doors over once the front dries and repeat the process for the back. Sand the doors again to smoothen out the surface. Paint the doors from the inside out in the same manner. Just let dry and then flip to repeat on the other side. Another coat is applied to allow it to dry between layers completely. Once done painting the doors, reinstall the hardware and hang all doors according to the number given.