How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets with ZERO Sanding Required:
- Wash down the cabinets with a TSP substitute to remove any grime, grease, or finger oils.
- Scrub down the cabinets further with Liquid Sander/Deglosser.
- Prime all the lower cabinets with two thin coats of primer.
- Paint the lower cabinets.
How do you remove paint from cabinets?
Try softening the paint with a few drops of olive oil. Cover the paint with a cloth and let the oil soak in for about an hour. If the treatment works, you should be able to wipe off the paint with a rag or scrape it off with a plastic paint scraper. Test the finish before resorting to more drastic measures.
Can I paint over painted cabinets?
Painting over painted cabinets requires good prep work. Before you begin, the surfaces of the cabinets need to be roughed up. This will help the latex paint to adhere to the surface of the cabinets. Check the cabinets for dents and deep scratches and fill them with caulking or wood filler.
How do you remove old paint from wood?
To strip old paint, apply a thick coat of remover uniformly over the surface of a section with an inexpensive paintbrush. Leave the coating undisturbed for about 20 minutes, until the paint begins to bubble up. Remove the softened paint with a plastic scraper (Image 1).
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