Change the color of both wood veneer and laminate cabinets by painting them.
This will require a base coat of a bonding primer, which is designed for glossy surfaces.
Use a latex or oil-based paint with a glossy or semigloss finish.
Can you paint over laminate cabinets?
The least expensive option is painting. Laminate is not an ideal surface to paint, but it can be done. If you consider the paint job a temporary solution until you can invest in new cabinetry altogether, you’ll probably be more satisfied with the results. Follow these steps to get the best finish possible.
How can I paint laminate 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.
What kind of paint do you use on fake wood cabinets?
Use a good-quality brush with synthetic bristles to apply a coat of primer-sealer to the fake-wood surface. Bare particleboard can also be primed and painted. The finish paint should be a high-quality enamel, either semigloss or gloss.
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