Paint Kitchen Cabinets, Paint booth is the best of the old loose paint, sanding the surface of the cabinets and new paint. The painting is smooth running and the end will look more professional. If you’re not ready, all the steps, or cabinets, which should connect to work are not absolutely perfect, you can skip to remove the color, and start sanding and painting.
Paint Kitchen Cabinets, Clean furniture and trisodium phosphate (TSP). TSP all grease and dirt from the furniture and remove dull surface, so keep the primer to the cabinets. Search TSP in the iron near detergent.
Paint Kitchen Cabinets, Remove cabinet doors and handles. Place the unit and all the screws in a plastic bag and set aside. Cover the walls, counters and backsplash with adhesive tape is poor adhesion. Put a tarp on the floor and counters to avoid splashes of color.
Prepare the surface of the cabinets with a good quality primer binding site. Glidden Kilz tweezers are a good choice and they adhere well to most surfaces.
Since no sand the cabinets first, it is important to use a good introduction, to soften the texture of the cabinets and provide a good basis for the new color. Apply the primer with a brush in all the corners and inaccessible. Follow paint with a foam roller on large areas. Let the primer.
Painting cabinets in latex or acrylic paint with the same technique used to apply background. A paint roller foam in a thin and uniform application. Several thin layers are more durable and offer a better end product as a thick layer. Apply two or three layers of paint, so that each dry before applying the next.
A layer of polyurethane for cabinets. Use a good quality brush or foam roller clean. Use one or two coats of polyurethane. Allow the cabinets to 48 hours before replacing the cabinet hardware dry.