How is your kitchen cabinet’s condition? It has looked dull? Do you want to refinish your cabinets? If you say yes, painting kitchen cabinets is the solution. But, before you paint your cabinets, you must prime the cabinets first. If you plan to use paint to refinish your cabinets, they will need to be primed first. Primers are paint products formulated allow new paint to bond with the old paint below it. If you are painting an unfinished surface, whether wood, drywall, concrete, or metal, needs to be primed before it is painted.
A good rule of thumb is to match the primer with the paint, a shellac primer over latex paint and an oil primer over oil paint. You can paint anything over anything. Prepare your surface properly by cleaning and sanding, and cleaning again, then apply a primer. After you have given primer to the surface of cabinets, you can paint your cabinets. When you transform your kitchen from dull to modern is a big moment.
Use sprayer for the best finish. It will give you a smooth, glossy, and appearance. The biggest drawback is that you have to mask everything in sight that is not going to be painted. Then, use a brush (using a high-quality brush), apply new paint within the time limit specified in the directions. Brush always in one direction and do not lay it on too thick. Two light coats are better than a heavy layer. If you want to varnish kitchen cabinets and you just apply a new coat of varnish, you can probably get away with not removing the doors from the cabinet frames. If you are spraying the final paint/varnish coat, make sure that all cabinet doors are lying flat and out of the area of spray dust. It is better for you painting kitchen cabinets in sunny day. It will make your painting is quick to dry and you can use your kitchen cabinets as soon as possible.