By Lassiter Strome. Kitchen Cabinets. At Monday, July 01st 2019, 23:53:12 PM.
Application Tips.Do you have flat cabinet doors, or do they feature inset panels and raised edges? If you have flat doors on your kitchen cabinets, you can make quick work of paint application by using a paint roller with ¼ nap (for the most even application and smooth finish). Paneled kitchen cabinets require a little more work—use a paint brush to evenly coat angled surfaces and inset areas. Remember to choose a synthetic bristle brush if you are using latex paint, since the water-based formula will swell the bristles of a natural paint brush.
Think of paint finishes as you might the spectrum of colors on a paint fan. In this instance, though, the spectrum is not colors but gradations of glossiness: matte (flat, non-shiny) at one end and high-gloss (so shiny you can almost see your face) at the other end. Which is the best paint finish for the kitchen? Satin and semi-gloss tend to be favorites, while matte is rarely recommended because it is difficult to clean and beads of moisture will cause streaks.
If a surface has already been painted and the paint is in good, clean condition, it likely will not need priming. Unpainted drywall, bare wood, and painted surfaces in poor condition should be primed. Apply the primer with the roller on large areas and with the brush on areas too small to accommodate the width of the roller. Roll the Large Areas.
4. When talking about walls... get rid of the boundary of wallpaper or wallpaper. Some documents are only going to peel off. If you don't like it, don't bring it up. Many wallpapers have a plastic layer on the top of which the true paper is pulled off. This layer of paper becomes something with hot water solutions. See your localDIYshop for your information. Wallpaper can actually badly date a house. Paint is going to be less affordable and less appalling for you.
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