Repainting kitchen cabinets can give an update your kitchen without the costly price or any challenge of a major remodeling. How to update your old cabinets with paint, there are easy and simple just within a budget ideas. Painting the old wooden kitchen cabinets can make you able to save the headache of messy remodeling. I will give you the easy steps in how to repaint old cabinets to become fresh and attractively beautiful at high values. Things you will need should be prepared. They are cordless drill or screwdriver, trisodium phosphate, bucket, rubber gloves, protective goggles, sponge, putty knife, spackling compound or wood filler, 120- to 220-grit sandpaper, tack cloth or rag, deglosser, painter’s tape, drop cloth, primer, paintbrushes, microfiber paint rollers, paint, paint tray and stir sticks.
Before starting to paint your cabinets, prepare everything well. Choose a primer, buy the right kitchen cabinet paint, remove doors, drawers, and shelves, prep the surface, degloss the old finish, do a test run, prime the cabinetry, painting cabinetry, painting cabinet drawers, painting the cabinet box, getting a professional paint finish and putting it back together.
Once the paint finish has completely dried, then it is the time to attach drawer pulls then screw the hinges onto the doors. And hang the doors on the cabinetry box based on the map you made. Slide each drawer back in as the final touch.