Paint Existing Kitchen Cabinets

Paint Existing Kitchen Cabinets

Table of Contents. Step 1: Remove Cabinet Doors and Drawers. Step 2: Clean the Cabinets. Step 3: Repair Holes, Dents or Gouges. Step 4: Sand Then Clean the Surfaces. Step 5: Apply the Primer. Step 6: Apply Semi-Gloss Latex Paint. Step 7: Mark the Placement of the Hardware. Step 8: Pre-Drill Then Attach Hardware.
A makeover doesn't necessarily mean replacing those gloomy cabinets. You can clean them up and brush on some new paint—and within a weekend take that .
If you've noticed the cost of new appliances, countertops, and cabinets, it's no surprise that renovating a kitchen is one of the most expensive remodeling .
Looking to update your old kitchen cabinets? Rather than replacing them, an easier and more budget-friendly solution is to paint them. The following instructions .
Here's everything you need to know in order to paint your old, wooden kitchen cabinets so that they look like brand-new (white!) ones.

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