Kitchen Cabinets Painting – Tips and advice

Kitchen cabinets new in the paint. Painting the old kitchen cabinets need not be expensive and leads to a surprising result. After painting your kitchen cabinets-and possibly changing some Accessories- is your kitchen like new and can last for years. Again This article will give you tips on how to plan and implement the painting of your kitchen, the preparation, sanding, filling, and sealing, as the painting itself. Painting may optionally with: acrylic paint, turpentine-soluble paint, or poly-urethane paint. The painting itself is done with brush and / or roller.

Painting – Kitchen plan

First you decide what you want with the kitchen doors. Let your cabinet doors-in basic as they are, or bring your example, first a profile slat, so that they could possibly get a very different look? Then you determine the material of the substrate, which is important for the choice of your first coat. First apply any changes to the kitchen. Te could include: extra cabinets, new refrigerator, counter top, shelves and the like. Also things like: new tiles, diverting lights, sockets and so you can adjust better first, so that the whole can be when painting polished.

Painting – Kitchen color

When choosing paint color into the light in your kitchen. A kitchen is soon 6 to 10m2, so that an intrusive or dark color quickly coming your way, especially if the room is not too bright. Most important is that you feel comfortable in your surroundings and choose colors that suit you. In contrast, cost of painting your kitchen cabinets above time and you can always change color without having to make excessive costs.

If in doubt, always first to buy a small jar of the color of your choice and put a few “test doors’ in color. On this basis, you can always decide to take the paint. One shade lighter, darker, softer or brighter Finally, there are thousands of colors to mix the paint mixing machine at retailers or do-it-yourself store, so paint ‘something for everyone’

Painting – Painting Surface

The base or foundation of your painting is always the most important. It is not good, then you will always be problems later, which are difficult to reverse. It is important to determine how the surface is. Is this plastic, veneer or solid wood? Choose a primer ie primer, which is suitable for the surface. This is intended to provide for the further advancement of your paint system. Proper bonding / base Even primer is to mix all so you can get down to the end result. -on Voorhand- an idea in the desired final color.

Painting – color and type of paint

The final color or final color of the paint is of course very personal. Since most kitchens however, heavily used, I recommend preferably a polyurethane varnish / paint. This is due to its composition a good wear-resistant paint and is also in many standard colors to blend. Sale, or in your own paint color You can choose between turpentine-soluble or water-soluble paint, or acrylic paint. The water-soluble paint is obviously more environmentally friendly, but dries faster and is more difficult to handle. Therefore, preference is often given to turpentine-soluble paint. Ventilate when processing a paint based on turpentine well (turpentine vapor).

Tips for dyeing and painting

Put the paint brush (s) at a turpentine soluble paint in between the water (where paint it, it comes no water). Before the start of the water hitting the brush, working in the paint and finished! Paint Brushes you use a water-based paints (acrylic), you can make some good days keep rolling by. Them in a damp to wet lint-free cloth
Put the lacquer roller used in a bag in the freezer. In time from the freezer get before you start painting, so the cold is off (applies paint with turpentine-dilutable only)
Cut the nozzle of the sealant cant, make the opening is not too big, so you can work. Dosed Ironing acrylic with a damp, wet finger. Use a little water and no turpentine.

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