How to Refinish Kitchen Cabinets
- Step 2: Clean and dry your cabinets.
- Step 3: Prime your cabinets.
- Step 4: Paint and let dry.
- Step 5: Replace Hinges and Pulls.
- Step 6: Drill pilot holes.
- Step 3: Install hinges.
- Step 8: Reattach Cabinet Doors.
Can I Restain my kitchen cabinets?
Start by sanding and conditioning the wood, then stain. Before you stain the cabinets, it’s important to remove all the doors and drawers to make sanding and applying the stain easier. Use 120 grit sandpaper to lightly sand the cabinets. Always sand in the direction of the wood grain.
How can I refinish my kitchen cabinets without sanding?
How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets Without Sanding or Priming
- Remove Any Dirt and Grime. Using a scrubbing sponge, thoroughly wipe down each cabinet surface with a grease-cutting cleaner, making sure to remove all dirt and grime.
- Apply Liquid Deglosser.
- Label Doors + Remove Hardware.
- Clean Out the Inside.
- Paint the Back.
- Insert Thumbtacks.
- Paint the Molding.
- Paint the Front Side.
Can you refinish knotty pine?
Refinishing. After preparing knotty pine by cleaning and sanding, it’s time to choose your finish. Brush the conditioner on using a paint brush, then wait for it to dry before lightly sanding it with a fine sandpaper. Wipe away sanding dust with a tack cloth, then apply stain using a rag or brush.
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