Easy Step To Paint Kitchen Cabinets With Automotive Paint
Kitchen cabinets are a type of built-in furniture mostly placed in the kitchens to store food, utensil, and cooking equipment. Kitchen cabinets can be painted by automotive paint that will give a shiny and dashing look to the kitchen cabinets. In order to paint kitchen cabinets with automotive paint, the user needs to follow the steps given below:
- Remove: The first step is to remove the old shiny varnish topcoat from the surface of the kitchen cabinets.
- Cover: Cover that area of the kitchen cabinets which the user doesn't want to paint with painter’s tape. Also, do a cover flooring by using a large cloth or with the plastic drop cloths.
- Sanding: Use a medium grit sandpaper (200-22). Rub the sandpaper on the surface of the kitchen cabinets until the kitchen cabinets surface gets smooth. Palm sander can also be helpful for this type of work.
- Wipe: After finishing the sanding work now wipe dust by using tack cloth or with the vacuum cleaner.
- Pour: Now pour 1 gallon of acrylic latex bonding primer in the painter’s pot. Apply at least 2 coats of bonding primer with 4inch latex paintbrush then let the primer dry for maximum up to 3-4 hours.
- Wash: Wash the used paintbrush with water or with turpentine in paint tray in order to again use the paintbrush.
- Paint: Now the user have to pour 1 gallon of automotive paint in a 5-gallon water bucket.
- Apply: Take a 4-inch paintbrush to start painting the kitchen cabinets. Apply at least three light coats of automotive paint. Leave the gap of 3 hours between each coat.
- Dry: After painting the kitchen cabinets with automotive paint, now let the cabinets dry for maximum up to 2-3 hours directly in sunlight or in the fan air.