Great Way To Paint Your Kitchen Cabinets Yourself
We can place picture of painted kitchen cabinet to make our kitchen more beauty.In most homes, apartments, andÂ condominiums there is a kitchen where delicious foods and tasty treats are prepared and served. Usually, the kitchen is the centerpiece of most homes, it is the place where moms and grandmoms all over the country cook and bake wonderful meals and decadent desserts. Man, I can almost taste the baked chicken, pot roast, smothered steak, lamb chops, andÂ all the other entrees’ that mom so lovingly cook. It’s no wonder the kitchen has always been and will always be my favorite place in the house, and I suspect that to be true for most American families…and for most families all over the world for that matter.
But what about the kitchen when it has become old, worn, and outdated? How can we do to paint kitchen cabinet? And what about your kitchen cabinets when they become discolored, dirty, dingy, and completely covered with cooking oils and grease? How can anyone prepare delicious foods in a kitchen like that? When your kitchen cabinets begin to look bad it is time to give them a facelift. Your kitchen cabinets really are the centerpiece of your kitchen and when they begin to look hideous it is time for a complete makeover.
And that is precisely what this article is all about “Painting Your kitchen Cabinets Yourself…And Doing It With A Colorful Flare…” Hiring painting contractors can really get to be expensive, and for many homeowners trying to drum up the extra cash to hire a painting contractor to paint their kitchen cabinets will indeed brake the bank, but at the same time with the right resolve and just the material list to purchase; homeowners can give their kitchen cabinets a complete makeover themselves and save tremendously; with that said let’s get started right away.
Before you begin take a good look at your kitchen cabinets as they are, and even better; take a few pictures of them before you get started. When we are done you won’t believe the transformation. Oh for sure, let me be as frank and honest as I possibly can: it takes a tremendous amount of work to bring about this type of transformation for your kitchen cabinets, but the end results are well worth all the hard work and sacrifice. You cannot begin to imagine the satisfaction you’ll feel from actually doing the work yourself, and this could prove to be a spring board for even greater home improvement projects in the future. This particular project has been divided into a three part series in order for me to try to go into details that I feel are very important for you to know.
Preparation: Stripping the Kitchen Cabinet Doors
Even though you are painting your kitchen cabinets I feel it is imperative that the cabinets–especially the kitchen cabinet doors be completely stripped to the bare wood! Why? The reasons being is that all coatings and surfactants shouldÂ be removed entirely and here’s why: no built-up, caked-up paint on your kitchen cabinet doors (or boxes/frames); no painting over existing failed coating(s), and the avoidance of uneven and non uniform appearance of the kitchen cabinet doors as well as the boxes/frames. In order to achieve a beautiful finish that will endure all that kitchen cabinets must endure (heat, steam, humidity, oils, grease, dirt, and grime) and still look great year in and year out you really need to establish a good foundation–metaphorically speaking and that means literally starting from scratch!