Whether you update your existing one Painting kitchen cabinets When you paint used kitchen cabinets or build a new space, you can cut the cost of your renovation significantly while adding a “pop” color. Installing new cabinets can take a little longer, but isn’t difficult. Thoroughly clean the cabinets by washing them with a mild detergent solution of water. Rinse with a sponge and clean water. If grease builds up in the cabinets, use a multi-purpose cleaner or diluted household ammonia solution before applying soapy water. Take the doors by unscrewing the hinges on the cabinet shelves. Remove all parts from the doors.
Sand all surfaces to be painted. You don’t have to remove all of the old paint or stain, but it is necessary to create a rough surface for the new paint to adhere properly. Brush the primer in the kitchen cabinets and doors of the spray paint. Let it dry completely. Use paint pads next to the walls first or mask the wall surfaces with painter’s tape. Apply a thin layer of paint and let it dry. Avoid the temptation to build a thick layer quickly as it is more likely to bubble, crack, or peel off and you’ll have to start over. Add a second coat of paint if necessary. Return to place the hardware and attach the cabinet doors.