Taking You Through the Painting of Your Kitchen Cabinets without Sanding
Just as it sounds, you will indeed be able to get your kitchen cabinets a whole new look even as old and rusty as they may appear and be, all in a makeover using a fresh coat of paint. What you need to mark as a fact is that when it gets to the need to get your kitchen that new and fresh breathe in it, it may not quite be warranted going for a whole plan in remodeling of the kitchen. Instead of going about this that whole way, it will be well advisable for you to go about the kitchen remodeling by merely applying that fresh coat of paint to the kitchen cabinets. If you have decided to go about this in the manner stated above, then you will need some of these as the essential tools and implements to have the job done:-grease-cutting cleaner, scrubbing sponge, wash cloth, liquid deglosser, screwdriver, paint brush, paint roller, silver spray paint, white cabinet enamel, painters tape and the thumbtacks. The following is now a look at what now goes into the steps for the entire kitchen makeover, painting your kitchen cabinets without sanding.
What comes first is the need to have removed any elements of dirt or grime on the surfaces of the kitchen cabinets. This is just where the need to have the grease-cutting cleaner and the scrubbing sponge come in as you will need to use them for the need to wipe down the surfaces of the kitchen cabinets so as to have removed all the elements of dirt and grime.
After you have removed all the elements of dirt and grime on the surfaces, you will now make use of the liquid deglosser which will save you time and money as you bypass the need for sanding. You will pour some of the liquid deglosser onto a wash cloth and then use this to wipe down the cabinet surfaces in small circular motions. This done, you will then need to prime all the lower cabinets in some two coats of the primer paints. By far and large, it will be well advisable for you to think of using some of the best of the primers for the need so as to achieve the best results at the end of the remodeling project, painting your kitchen without sanding. These cabinets-the lower cabinets having been so primed, the next step is to have them painted. Then follow the same procedure with the upper cabinets.
Make sure that you indeed get to paint as thoroughly as you can, painting even the hardware and the hinges the right colors, silver and allow them to dry.