December 4, 2017
4 Steps to Kitchen Cabinet Painting
Painting Kitchen Cabinets
More than any other area involved in house painting, kitchen cabinet painting has a wide variation in:
✔ Quality of products that you use
✔ Skill level of the painter
✔ Thoroughness of the project
Painting kitchen cabinets the right way is an expensive undertaking relative to other painting projects. But compared to the cost of new cabinets (or refacing existing cabinets), it’s quite a bargain.
Steps to Kitchen Cabinet Painting
The process for doing a first-class painting job on cabinets is the same regardless of whether the cabinets are stained or painted oak or some other type of wood or material.
Sand the cabinets thoroughly.
Apply an oil-based stain block primer to the cabinets.
Sand the cabinets again.
Apply the finish coat.
The cabinets need to cure for 2 to 4 days before using.
Best Paint Options
Three major types of paint can be used on cabinets to achieve a first-class, lasting finish.
✔ A high-grade oil-based paint like Sherwin-Williams All Surface Enamel
✔ A high-grade latex paint such as Sherwin-Williams Emerald Urethane.
Each of these paints will provide a long-lasting, beautiful finish when applied using the above steps by a skilled professional painter.
Kimberly Painting is confident you’ll get great results when it comes to this difficult and highly-skilled work. Our craftsmen are experienced in cabinet painting, refinishing, and wood restoration techniques.
This specialty service is a financially manageable way for you to achieve a whole new look in your kitchen for a fraction of the cost of replacing your cabinets. We can also customize the appearance of new, unfinished kitchen cabinetry.
If you are considering changing the tired, worn, or outdated appearance of your kitchen cabinets, call Kimberly Painting today and receive a free in-home cabinet painting or refinishing estimate.