By Lassiter Strome. Kitchen Cabinets. At Monday, July 01st 2019, 06:19:54 AM.
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.
Consider Your Cabinets.The first thing you should do when deciding to paint your kitchen cabinets is to consider what type of material your cabinets are made from. Do you have solid wood cabinets or are they composed of wood veneer over particle board? Are your cabinets made from MDF or laminate? Each of these materials will have a bearing on which type of paint you use for your cabinets.
Just make sure that if you are painting wood cabinets, you properly prep the surface before using latex paint. While oil-based paint goes on smooth, even over wood surfaces, latex paint is more likely to show variances in the grain or texture. If you want a smooth, even look, you will need to do some prep work beforehand to make your painting project a success.
You can attempt painting them the color you want to stand out if you want your kitchen cabinet to stand out. You can even paint a advanced look in your kitchen cabinet black.
On both sides of the cabinet doors, after the first is dried you can begin painting Paint with easy, steady strokes. Two or three paints may be applied, with a drying moment between two and four hours.