Published at Thursday, August 23rd 2018. by Olivia Jhonson in Kitchen Cabinets.
If you've decided to spray paint your kitchen cabinets, you'll want to buy a special sprayer to make it easier. If you try to do this job with basic cans of spray paint, your pointer finger will be sore in no time. Talk to the paint experts at your local hardware store about HVLP (high volume, low pressure) sprayers, which will give you much more control over the spray. This type of sprayer has a dial that allows you to use a targeted spray for nooks and crannies or a broader spray when you're covering the cabinets. HVLP sprayers are on the expensive side, so look for one that can hook up to an air compressor.
When you're ready to start spray painting, it's important to familiarize yourself with the spray paint gun and understand all of its settings. You'll also want to prime everything to ensure your paint will stick.
If you're a homeowner who can't afford a major overhaul or a renter whose landlord won't update your ancient kitchen, there are many DIY ideas for painting kitchen cabinets.
If your cabinets are old and outdated, but you're unable to replace them yet, learn the best way to paint kitchen cabinets so you can update them. Paint can work wonders on everything, and kitchen cabinets are no exception.
A creamy or antique white is a great neutral choice that will look good on cabinets in most kitchen spaces. Antique white kitchen cabinets can create a dreamy vibe in your kitchen and are a great way to calm a usually hectic space. If cabinets feel very old and outdated, use faux finishes to enhance this look in a cool way.
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