Kitchen Cabinet Paint Design
Remodeling your kitchen can mean changing countertops, painted walls, new roof or add any number of accessories. Unless you include your cabinets, remodeling your kitchen will not have a drastic effect. The finish of the kitchen cabinet paint can give you that new look you’re seeking. You’ll have to disassemble all parts, remove the old paint and add a new layer finish. This process takes time, but is the best way to give your cabinets a fresh look.
Kitchen cabinet paint covers the floor and countertops with cloth cover, superponlos to prevent any gap. Glue the edges of the cloth cover to secure them in place and prevent slipping. Draw your cabinets on paper with a pencil. Mark each handle and hinge on the sketch with its own number. Remove the drawers of cabinets and put them aside. Loosen the hinges with a screwdriver and place the doors aside.
Kitchen cabinet paint, remove the door handles and drawers with a screwdriver. Remove the hinges. Clean each piece with steel wool with a soft, dry cloth. Glue a small piece of tape on each piece of hardware and label each piece of hardware with its own identification number your drawing. Sand wooden surfaces drawers, doors and cabinets with a fine sandpaper grain.