Disclosure: I was provided a HomeRight Max Pro Sprayer for review as compensation. All opinions stated are my own honest thoughts and words.
Painting Kitchen Cabinets
As soon as I moved into our home 3 years ago I knew that these Cherry colored cabinets were not going to work.
The four reasons for wanting to paint the cabinets were…
- The floors being oak and the cabinets being cherry drove my little OCD brain crazy
- The kitchen being narrow with little natural light made this area very dark
- The cabinets were pretty beat up and needed a facelift
- I love white kitchen cabinets.
I am going to be honest with you. Painting your cabinets may seem like a simple task and it is an easy one. But be forewarned it is a long and tedious project. The larger your kitchen the longer your product.
Our kitchen items were in the guest bedroom for at least 5 months.
Now, Let’s talk about the tools for painting kitchen cabinets.
- HomeRight C800850 Max Pro Sprayer, Fine Finish ( best way to paint cabinets)
- 3M Small Area Sanding Sponge (needed for sanding all areas of the cabinets)
- Painter’s Pyramid Stands, Yellow (used for elevating cabinets and drawers to paint)
- Tape’n Drape Pre-Taped Mask Film (used for protecting cabinets and countertops)
- Brown Paper Rolls (used for protecting floors0
- Power Drill (used for removing cabinet hardware)
- Primer (makes the paint stick to cabinets)
- Benjamin Moore Advance (the best paint for cabinets that gives a professionally finished look)
- Small Sander (used for initial sanding of all areas)
- sander papers (used on small sander)
- paint brush (smooth out drips)
- painters tape (tape down brown paper for floor protection)
- Liquid Deglosser
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