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.
How to Paint Melamine and Oak Trim Kitchen Cabinets
We painted our dated melamine cabinets including the oak trim a cheery blue, added modern pulls, painted the ceiling white, updated the flooring and appliances which transformed this old and dreary kitchen to look amazing. Yes, you can paint melamine cabinets to look amazing! Read more...
How to Paint Laminate Kitchen Cabinets
Imagine going from dated laminate kitchen cabinets that look like they should be put into the landfill, transforming them into this amazing two-tone kitchen in a week...
Professional Paints for Kitchen Cabinets
Benjamin Moore acrylic satin or semi gloss paint is our choice for all interior trim, doors and cabinetry.
When it comes to kitchen cabinet painting - degreasers can be misleading 🤔
If you want paint to stick always scuff a finish and if you really want paint to stick, always sand a surface thoroughly everywhere, especially after a degreaser.
Repairing Water Damage Cabinets
If new cabinets aren't primed or sealed between the groove and shaker panel, water can get behind the panels to eventually blow out the finish. Water damage is exactly what happened to this expensive kitchen door below.
Caulking gaps is particularly important because open seams are prone to water getting behind seams and open grain.
PAINTING Guys paint all types of wood cabinets. Specializing in repainting Oak, Maple, MDF, PVC,Therofoil kitchen cabinets.