4 Easy Steps To Apply the Polyurethane over Painted Cabinets
Here are some of the steps by which the customers can easily Apply the Polyurethane over Painted Cabinets:
- Clean The Painted Cabinets: The customers need to start by cleaning the grease stains on the painted cabinets by making a solution of the Trisodium phosphate (TSP) and the warm water in a large bucket. The customers need to continuously stir the solution and then they need to soak a soft sponge in this solution. The customers then need to rub the soaked sponge over the entire surface of the painted cabinets to form a better adhesion for the polyurethane. They then need to let the painted cabinets dry completely.
- Use The Sandpaper: Once the cabinets are dried completely the customers need to use the 120-grit sandpaper and rub it vigorously to the entire surface of the painted cabinets. The customers then need to clean the dust from the surface of the cabinets by using the soft damp rag.
- Apply The Polyurethane Coat: The customers then need to apply either the oil or the water build Polyurethane over the surface of the cabinets by using the paintbrush. They then need to let the first coat of the Polyurethane dry completely and then scuff the first coat of the Polyurethane by using the 120-grit sandpaper.
- Apply The Final Coat Of The Polyurethane: The customers finally need to apply one more coat of the polyurethane to the painted cabinets and then allow the coat to dry for near about 24 hours.