When it comes to kitchen cabinet painting, its important to use the proper primer for a variety of reasons. In this video we explain why we don't use an alkyd (oil base primer) when painting kitchen cabinets.
Bad Kitchen Cabinet Painting
Did you hire someone to paint your cabinets and the paint is now chipping, peelings and cracking? Signs of bad kitchen cabinet painting.
Cheap kitchen cabinet painting comes at a big cost!
When it comes to kitchen cabinet refinishing, cheap painters charge less for a reason. They usually don't have a spray shop, professional tools or the ability to reproduce a long lasting new-like cabinet finish.
Spraying cabinets and cupboards in homes "onsite" is the fast and cheap way to paint kitchen cabinets but it isn't the best way to do it.
However, we never spray cabinets in homes for a variety of reasons:
No one is more meticulous than professional cabinet finishers so here are some pointers to consider before hiring or painting kitchen cabinets yourself.
Specializing in refinishing cabinets built in the last 10 years that have cracking and chipping paint.
This video is an example of how to ruin well-made cabinets.
We NEVER USE TSP. It is useless for removing cabinet grease and is not compatible with the bonding primers that work.
Is the paint chipping and peeling off your relatively new kitchen cabinets? Call or text: 780-815-3039
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