Painted ******* Cabinets

Painted Kitchen Cabinets

Next Up ******* Cabinet Door Accessories and Components Dive into the range of available ******* cabinet door accessories and components, and create a ******* with style to spare. ******* Cabinet Components Get the information you need on the different components and accessories available for custom ******* cabinets. **** Colors to Paint a ******* Discover the **** paint colors to use in your *******. Painting ******* Cabinets Discover ideas for painting ******* cabinets with these helpful hints and tips. Painting ******* Cabinet Ideas The strategy of a well-placed coat of paint on your ******* cabinets will transform the room. Repainting ******* Cabinets Get all the info you’ll need on repainting ******* cabinets, including a helpful ****-by-**** guide. Ideas for Painting ******* Cabinets Get ideas for painting ******* cabinets. Painting ******* Cabinets Antique White Get ideas for painting ******* cabinets antique white. How to Paint ******* Cabinets Get a budget-friendly way to update your ******* cabinets with paint and a simple glaze treatment. 12 Easy Ways to Upgrade Basic ******* Cabinets 12 Photos
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Painted Kitchen Cabinets

******* Cabinet Door Accessories and Components Dive into the range of available ******* cabinet door accessories and components, and create a ******* with style to spare. ******* Cabinet Components Get the information you need on the different components and accessories available for custom ******* cabinets. **** Colors to Paint a ******* Discover the **** paint colors to use in your *******. Painting ******* Cabinets Discover ideas for painting ******* cabinets with these helpful hints and tips. Painting ******* Cabinet Ideas The strategy of a well-placed coat of paint on your ******* cabinets will transform the room. Repainting ******* Cabinets Get all the info you’ll need on repainting ******* cabinets, including a helpful ****-by-**** guide. Ideas for Painting ******* Cabinets Get ideas for painting ******* cabinets. Painting ******* Cabinets Antique White Get ideas for painting ******* cabinets antique white. How to Paint ******* Cabinets Get a budget-friendly way to update your ******* cabinets with paint and a simple glaze treatment. 12 Easy Ways to Upgrade Basic ******* Cabinets 12 Photos
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Painted Kitchen Cabinets

****>How To How to Paint ******* Cabinets A makeover doesn’t necessarily mean replacing those gloomy cabinets. You can clean them up and brush on some *** paint—and within a weekend take that ******* from dreary to sunny. By Jennifer Stimpson of This *** House magazine Get Started Photo by Kolin Smith Your cavelike ******* feels that way because the dark cabinets have sucked all the light out of the room. But a brighter makeover doesn’t necessarily mean replacing those gloomy boxes with all-*** cabinets. As long as the frames and doors are structurally sound, you can clean them up and brush on some *** paint—and within a weekend take that ******* from dreary to sunny. As This *** House ­senior technical editor Mark Powers shows, all you need is some strong cleaner, sandpaper, a paintbrush, and a little elbow grease. What you don’t need is a whole lot of *****, as the transformation will cost you a fraction of even the cheapest *** cabinets. And that’s news that should sure light up your day. **** One // How to Paint ******* Cabinets Table Illustration Illustration by Gregory Nemec Overview Painting ******* cabinets is, like any painting ***, a simple task. But mastering the ******* glassy finish is all in the prep ****. Before brush ever hits wood, there has to be a lot of time devoted to getting the surface ready to accept paint. That means properly cleaning, sanding, and priming every inch of the surface, or the finish color won’t stick well. Cleaning is the most important **** in the process. Years of greasy fingerprints and cooking splatters can leave a layer of grime that inhibits paint adhesion. You can remove most of the gunk with TSP substitute (a cleaner from DAP or Savogran) or a degreaser—the former if the cabinets are not too dirty, or the stronger degreaser if the grime is *****—but it may take a ****** of passes. After that, you’ll need to ***** up the surface with some 100-grit sandpaper to help the paint stick. The primer you use can also make or break the finish. To get a glassy surface, you need to use a “high build” sandable primer, such as Eurolux from Fine Paints of Europe, to **** fill the wood and even the surface. The sandable part of that equation is imperative, so that you can smooth the surface before painting on the finish coat. You may even need two coats of primer to completely fill the grain. To keep the doors and drawers flat as the paint levels, make yourself a pronged drying rack by drilling screws up through several pieces of scrap wood. That way you can flip your **** as soon as it’s dry to the touch. Also, screw cup hooks into the edges of doors and drawers so you can grab hold and move them without fingerprinting the paint; then hang them up for out-of-the-way drying. The formula of finish paint you use contributes to the smooth look. Traditionally, painting cabinets for a high-traffic area such as a ******* required using ***-based paints. However, working with oils can be messy, and the fumes are toxic. Fortunately, while ***** paints will never quite self-level and flow as well as oils, they’re getting close. ***** formulas specified for cabinetry—labeled “100% acrylic”—will create an even, durable finish. And, in many cases, they’re also low in volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, which make that noxious paint smell. As long as you’re sprucing things up, consider changing the hardware or putting on a faux finish for that added *** factor. $200 Project Cost 3 days Estimated Time 12345 Skill: Moderate A smooth finish requires careful, patient sanding between coats. Required Tools Shopping List
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Painted Kitchen Cabinets

****>How To How to Paint ******* Cabinets A makeover doesn’t necessarily mean replacing those gloomy cabinets. You can clean them up and brush on some *** paint—and within a weekend take that ******* from dreary to sunny. By Jennifer Stimpson of This *** House magazine Get Started Photo by Kolin Smith Your cavelike ******* feels that way because the dark cabinets have sucked all the light out of the room. But a brighter makeover doesn’t necessarily mean replacing those gloomy boxes with all-*** cabinets. As long as the frames and doors are structurally sound, you can clean them up and brush on some *** paint—and within a weekend take that ******* from dreary to sunny. As This *** House ­senior technical editor Mark Powers shows, all you need is some strong cleaner, sandpaper, a paintbrush, and a little elbow grease. What you don’t need is a whole lot of *****, as the transformation will cost you a fraction of even the cheapest *** cabinets. And that’s news that should sure light up your day. **** One // How to Paint ******* Cabinets Table Illustration Illustration by Gregory Nemec Overview Painting ******* cabinets is, like any painting ***, a simple task. But mastering the ******* glassy finish is all in the prep ****. Before brush ever hits wood, there has to be a lot of time devoted to getting the surface ready to accept paint. That means properly cleaning, sanding, and priming every inch of the surface, or the finish color won’t stick well. Cleaning is the most important **** in the process. Years of greasy fingerprints and cooking splatters can leave a layer of grime that inhibits paint adhesion. You can remove most of the gunk with TSP substitute (a cleaner from DAP or Savogran) or a degreaser—the former if the cabinets are not too dirty, or the stronger degreaser if the grime is *****—but it may take a ****** of passes. After that, you’ll need to ***** up the surface with some 100-grit sandpaper to help the paint stick. The primer you use can also make or break the finish. To get a glassy surface, you need to use a “high build” sandable primer, such as Eurolux from Fine Paints of Europe, to **** fill the wood and even the surface. The sandable part of that equation is imperative, so that you can smooth the surface before painting on the finish coat. You may even need two coats of primer to completely fill the grain. To keep the doors and drawers flat as the paint levels, make yourself a pronged drying rack by drilling screws up through several pieces of scrap wood. That way you can flip your **** as soon as it’s dry to the touch. Also, screw cup hooks into the edges of doors and drawers so you can grab hold and move them without fingerprinting the paint; then hang them up for out-of-the-way drying. The formula of finish paint you use contributes to the smooth look. Traditionally, painting cabinets for a high-traffic area such as a ******* required using ***-based paints. However, working with oils can be messy, and the fumes are toxic. Fortunately, while ***** paints will never quite self-level and flow as well as oils, they’re getting close. ***** formulas specified for cabinetry—labeled “100% acrylic”—will create an even, durable finish. And, in many cases, they’re also low in volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, which make that noxious paint smell. As long as you’re sprucing things up, consider changing the hardware or putting on a faux finish for that added *** factor.

Painted Kitchen Cabinets

Painted Kitchen Cabinets
Painted Kitchen Cabinets
Painted Kitchen Cabinets

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