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Painting kitchen, bathroom, or other cabinetry in your home is a fantastic way to achieve an updated look at a fraction of the cost of cabinet replacements. In addition, it typically takes less than a week to transform your cabinets with paint, in comparison with a full kitchen remodel that often can take months.

While some home renovation shows portray the cabinet painting process as simple and easy, the process is actually quite complicated, involving numerous steps. To achieve professional results, it requires the use of a paint sprayer and a professional applicator.

Here is the typical process for painting cabinets

Cabinet Painting Process:

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Remove all cabinet door hardware and label all door and drawer locations

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Lightly sand cabinet surfaces to improve primer adhesion

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Clean and De-gloss cabinets with chemical cleaner

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Spray one coat of Stain Blocking Cabinet Primer

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Sand primer and clean cabinets

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Caulk and fill many cracks and imperfections to create a smooth substrate for finish coating

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Spray 2 coats of Sherwin Williams Emerald Semii-gloss Urethane cabinet grade enamel

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Touch up as needed


Reinstall cabinet hardware and doors


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