Painting Kitchen Cabinets . Next, you’ll should clean all the surface areas you wish to painting. An option made from one part tri-sodium phosphate and 4 parts water is suggested. When you’re done applying the cleaner, wash– but do not soak– the closets with tidy water, then allow them to completely dry entirely.
Your next action is to sand all the surface areas you plan to repaint. If the old paint on the cupboards is in good condition, you do not have to sand down to bare wood– just roughen the surface area so the brand-new paint will certainly adhere a lot more conveniently. If you do sand to bare timber, plume the sides of the fining sand area so the brand-new paint will lay flat. Vacuum cleaner the sanding dirt from all surface areas when done, and also wipe all sanded surface areas with a tack fabric.
Next up, apply primer-sealer to all surface areas you plan to repaint, allow it to completely dry, and afterwards use the paint– you can do this last action with a spray, brush or even a roller if you’re collaborating with a completely flat surface area. Allow the paint to dry, then re-install all hardware, and hang your recently painted kitchen cabinets.
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