The kitchen is the heart of your home. It experiences a lot of use and a lot of wear and tear. Your cabinets are no exception. You can now renew your kitchen cabinets in 2 easy steps, without breaking your bank.
If you’re using water based paint soak your brush in an inch of water for 10-15min, then remove and spin in between your hands to remove excess water. If you’re using oil-based paint, follow the same steps using turps.
TIP: For DIYers we recommend using a 50mm or 63mm brush allowing easy control and greater efficiency for getting the job done.
Take off all hardware from the cabinet, sand and dust your cabinets. Apply special cleaning solution to help the paint stick really well.
Use 50mm quality brush into the moulding first, then roll the larger areas with 160mm foam Smart Lock Mini Roller.
After the primer coat is dry (allow 4 hours), use a laminate paint coat into the moulding first and them roll the larger areas with 160mm foam Smart Lock Mini Roller.
Apply 2nd coat of laminate paint, if necessary.
Congratulations, you’re done! Reattach all cabinet hardware and scrape any leftover paint back into the tin for re-use. Wash your brushes and mini roller thoroughly so you can use them for your next project.