Is there a specific paint for kitchen cabinets?
Yes, there are specific paints for kitchen cabinets. Paints labeled for cabinets are formulated with higher levels of resins than traditional wall paint. They are more resistant to scratches, staining, and fading, and are better suited for high-touch areas that can easily get dirty or greasy.
Your cabinets will be painted with commercial grade catalyzed lacquer Not a water base cabinet paint.
Painting is 90% about the prep work. It’s true! I’m still amazed at how many people seem to think it’s optional.
Don't prep correctly and in 1 or 2 years later when the paint flakes off.
When you want to know how to paint kitchen cabinets, the first thing you need to know is what you should not do.
Not using the correct kitchen cabinet paint is one of the biggest mistakes most cabinet painter make.
Not using sand paper to prep your cabinets.
All paint bonds best when sanded with sand paper.
Using the wrong paint.
There is a right paint for high traffic cabinets and a wrong paint,
Painting Before Replacing Countertops, floors, backsplash.
Rolling or brushing
The only way to get Factory finish on your cabinets is to spray them with professional spray gun. And you have to know how to use it.
The color looks good with out showing the client a sampler door painted with your color..
Follow these simple steps and you'll know how to paint kitchen cabinets correctly
with out making any major mistakes.