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Painting Cabinets? Here are some Tips to Help You Get the Job Done Right

Are you painting your cabinets? If so, you’ll want to read this article! We’ll provide some tips to help you get the job done right. From preparation to cleanup, we’ve got you covered. Painting cabinets can be a challenging task, but with these tips, you’re sure to have great results!

Why should we clean our cabinets before painting?

One of the most important steps in painting cabinets is to clean them thoroughly before you start. This will remove any dust or dirt that may be on the cabinet surfaces, and it will also help the paint adhere better. Use a degreaser to clean grease and oil stains, and then use a cleaner to remove any residue. Be sure to wipe down all cabinet surfaces with a dry cloth before starting your painting project.

How should we prepare our cabinets for painting?

There are several things you can do to prepare your cabinets for painting:

Remove all cabinet doors and hardware

Sand cabinet surfaces lightly to remove any imperfections or glossy finish

Apply primer to all cabinet surfaces, including the inside of cabinet doors

If you are using a cabinet paint kit, follow the instructions that come with the kit

What kind of paint should we use?

There are many different types of cabinet paint available, so you can choose the one that best meets your needs. Latex paints are typically the easiest to work with and they offer good coverage. If you’re looking for a more durable finish, you may want to consider an oil-based paint. However, latex paints are not recommended for cabinets that will be used in a kitchen or bathroom, as they may not be able to withstand moisture.

Can we use spray paint to paint our cabinets?

Spray paint is not recommended for cabinet painting projects. It can be difficult to get an even coat, and the paint can be prone to drips and runs. In addition, spray paint typically does not provide as good of a finish as other types of the cabinet paint.

What should we do if we have cabinet pulls or knobs?

If you have cabinet pulls or knobs, you will need to remove them before painting the cabinets. They can be reinstalled after the painting is complete. Some homeowners choose to replace their cabinet hardware with new hardware after painting, but this is not necessary.

How long should we wait before installing our cabinet doors?

You should wait at least 24 hours before installing your cabinet doors after painting them. This will allow the paint to dry completely and it will help prevent smudges or fingerprints.

How can we prevent cabinet paint from chipping?

One of the main causes of cabinet paint chips is contact with water. To help prevent this, be sure to seal all cabinet surfaces with a coat of sealer after painting. In addition, avoid getting water on the painted cabinets, and do not install any cabinet doors until the paint has had a chance to dry completely.

We hope these tips will help you with your cabinet painting project! If you have any other questions, be sure to ask us. We’re always happy to help!

AM Superior Painting Inc.

Dalton, GA 30720



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