Paint the particleboard cabinets with oil-base paint.
Oil-base paints with glossy finishes are ideal for most cabinetry, because glossy surfaces are easier to clean than flat or eggshell fishes.
If you’re using glossy oil-base paint, use a foam roller and foam brush for best results.
Can I paint my particle board cabinets?
If you have particle board or laminate cabinets, then you will not be able to refinish the cabinets to look like natural wood. However, you can paint cabinets to change their appearance. You will need to invest on superior primer and paint to ensure adhesion of the new finish.
How do you paint particle board cabinets without sanding?
How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets Without Sanding or Priming
- Remove Any Dirt and Grime. Using a scrubbing sponge, thoroughly wipe down each cabinet surface with a grease-cutting cleaner, making sure to remove all dirt and grime.
- Apply Liquid Deglosser.
- Label Doors + Remove Hardware.
- Clean Out the Inside.
- Paint the Back.
- Insert Thumbtacks.
- Paint the Molding.
- Paint the Front Side.
How do you paint laminate particle board cabinets?
- Clean the laminate surfaces and prepare to paint. Before you start painting, give all the surfaces a good wipe down with a cloth and a laminate cleaner.
- Prime the surface with laminate primer.
- Lightly sand the primed laminate surface.
- Apply topcoat to laminate surface.
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