Kitchen Cabinet Repainting:
Here are some photos of Kitchen Cabinet Repainting in Kitchener that we have finished. The cabinets had been hand painted with a very good paint and the Painter did an excellent job. You could hardly see the brush marks. The problem was the paint was peeling after 1 year around the handles and the home owner was not happy. I have heard people in the paint store recommending paint and primer in 1 to paint kitchen cabinets. The problem is this paint and the paint in the photos is meant for painting walls and will never stand up to the difficulties around kitchen sinks, water, fingernails around knobs and pulls. We have spent years finding out the best way to prime and repaint your cabinets so the job will be excellent, and you will be a happy customer.
Our Kitchen Cabinet Repainting Process:
If it sounds like we may be able to help you, you can have a free in home evaluation to see if we would like to work with each other. If we are spraying – the whole job takes usually a week or less. We will come and remove the doors. We work on the doors in the shop and then a couple days later we will work on the boxes at your place , lastly we replace the doors. Our prep process is first to wash the oils off the doors, then sand, prime with oil, sand again, then 2 coats of water based lacquer.
Kitchen Cabinet Repainting Photos:
In the photos below, I didn’t get a before picture. The first pic is already after spraying and I am touching up further to get rid of the hand painted look. The final finish is sprayed with a water borne lacquer which will give you all the qualities of a new finish from a manufacturer. When You are Repainting your Cabinets, think twice before doing this job yourself.
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Kitchen Cabinet Repainting Before
Kitchen Cabinet Repainting -After
Repainting Kitchen Cabinets Kitchener
Here are some photos of Oak Doors
As you will see the grain is still there but it has a nice look of it’s own.