Cabinet painting is no different to auto body work. In order for paint to stick and feel smooth, surfaces must be prepared properly.
Interior designers prefer darker neutral colours for kitchen islands. Black, gray and blue are quite popular. Of course, the same coloured kitchen island is almost always a safe bet!
After spraying doors and drawers we return back to your home to hand finish areas of the kitchen cabinets which can consist of:
There are a few types of cabinet door bumpers, We recommend quality felt bumpers and provide them with our service.
If a home has dark dated cabinets, isn’t selling for the listing price, consider suggesting kitchen cabinet painting as an affordable and fast way to update the kitchen and maximize the sale price!
Before you go the the expense of refacing or buying new kitchen cabinets, you may want to consider painting them.
White kitchen cabinets are still the most popular because white cabinetry makes all other colors in a kitchen (such as walls, flooring and counters) pop!
Seeing crud on older oak kitchen cabinets is common. Removing grease and grime however is a challenge. Crud must be removed before painting and to do this, we start with razor scrapers.
We realize Lacquer and Acrylic cabinet coating takes a knack to do it well. Not everyone gets the same results when it comes to panting kitchen cabinets for a variety of reasons. PAINTING Guys demonstrate why we don't use lacquer anymore.
To avoid damaging freshly spray painted cabinets we have a secure method to stack and organize the doors and drawer fronts during kitchen cabinets reassembly.