By Lassiter Strome. Kitchen Cabinets. At Thursday, July 04th 2019, 00:57:05 AM.
Tools and Supplies You Will Need:Interior acrylic-latex paint,Primer,2 1/2-inch paintbrush,Roller frame and roller cover,Paint tray and liner,Canvas drop cloth,Masking film,Painters tape,TSP-3 sodium phosphate,Random orbital sander and sandpaper of varying grits,Dust mask or respirator,Tack cloth,Shop vacuum,Soft, clean cotton rags
Oil Paint vs. Latex Paint.Wondering whether you should reach for old-school oil paint or widely-available latex paint for your kitchen cabinets? The short answer is that latex paint is best for cabinets. Oil paint makes a case for itself with its reputation for easy application and a long-lasting finish that can be scrubbed and cleaned regularly, but latex paint is the best choice for most cabinets since it offers lower levels of volatile organic compound sand is quicker to dry.
If your wood cabinets are bare, natural wood, they may need little to no sanding. However, know that they will absorb a lot of paint - especially if you go with water-based latex paint. A primer will assist in making sure the coverage is even and through.
Dark gray kitchen cases in restricted room and natural light, as profound shades absorb light, will make matters worse than better. It is best to use a lighter gray color for kitchen arrays in this situation, because the light will bounce off and make the environment clear.
You should take a careful look at the way it works and how it can best complement the decoration of your kitchen in order to make gray the greatest benefit of your kitchen cabinets.