By Lassiter Strome. Kitchen Cabinets. At Sunday, June 30th 2019, 23:58:51 PM.
Wood Cabinets: Paint adheres best over a scuffed surface, making true wood cabinets a great candidate for painting. Sand the surface to prep it for paint and the result is a better bond and smoother finish. This is especially important if your wood cabinets are already stained or have a glossy finish - you will need to get through this finish layer first, either with sandpaper.
Additionally, semi-gloss or gloss paints are a better choice for a finish when painting in a room with humidity or moisture—like a kitchen. The extra sheen offered by this paint finish will help to ward off water spots and stains.
Now it is time to choose between grey stained cabinets and a grey paint. When you paint your cabinets your color will be solid, and you will be able to choose between a mat and a gloss finish. By staining your cabinets, you will create a translucent effect. If you are using wooden cabinets, the grain may show through, adding interesting detail.
Arable, pine, oak, birch, ash, beech and chestnut are some kinds of light wooden enclosures. Some darker tones are wooden boxes, ebony, butternut, rosewood, teak, and mahogany, more of a mid-dark color. It can also be almost white and hickory, which can vary from white to light brown. In the absence of any of these colors, it is possible to select a light wood and purchase a stain. Remains works through the cabinet's wood and providing it with a color element. The lighting of dark wood is very hard so that a light wood is better chosen and darkened with stain.