It is easy to go straight to painting without sanding or cleaning your cabinets down first. It is very important to clean and sand your cabinets for the best bond. When painting your cabinets, wet a rag with a small amount of water and wipe them down. If you have a buildup of grease or debris on your cabinets, use a degreaser. Examine your cabinets to make sure that all dirt or grease is gone.
Taking down the doors ensures that they will be painted easily. If you end up painting the cabinets while the doors are up, it makes it harder to avoid hinges and hardware. This will also save you lots of time.
Sanding is a must when painting your cabinets. Make sure not to sand too hard as well or you could put a dent into your cabinets. It is also important to follow the grain of the wood when sanding, it helps to decrease chipping. Sanding is another important step that helps ensure your cabinets are bonded well to the paint.
Investing in high-quality paint will help ensure that your cabinets will last. The paint should be high quality and so should the finish. Use an angled brush and a mini roller for the cleanest results. The angled brush will be best for painting the corners of your cabinets.If you are
Mrs Paint will help you throughout the process and leave you with picturesque results.