Cabinet painting is a cost effective method of improving the appearance of quite possibly the most important area of your home, the kitchen!
While the process is not straight forward, it most definitely can be completed with anyone with just the most basic of painting skills
Cabinet Painting Mistakes Easily Avoided
There are many mistakes that people make, which often cause a low quality finish and a less then impressive renovation.
I will tackle five main mistakes made during the process
One mistake people make is thinking that cabinet painting is a small weekend job and allocating very little time to do the cabinet painting.
You need to give yourself enough time for the painting or else you may end up doing it in a hurry but end up repainting your cabinet again.
You may also choose the wrong color and the end result may not impress you. you should always make sure that you first try the color on a small scale to see if it really meets your expectations.
Choosing cheap paint is also not advised as it will always produce less impressive results like rough surfaces and they don’t last long too.
Every paint is worth its price and the expensive ones will always make you proud.
Skipping sanding your cabinet can also mess your painting. Sanding is vital as it removes the glossy surface on the surface which may detach the paint from the cabinet surface.
Failure to remove the drawers from the cabinet.
This will lead to incomplete painting and once the paint starts peeling off from the edges of the bare cabinet, it may ruin everything.
Whenever you are thinking of cabinet painting, always try to avoid the above blunders and this will save you paint, energy and your worthy time.