Kitchen cabinets take a lot of abuse. Are yours in need of a facelift? Instead of replacing them, have you thought about refinishing them? It’s a much cheaper alternative to replacement and you’ll be amazed what a high-quality refinishing job can do for you cabinets and for your kitchen. They’ll look like new.
Here’s a quick snapshot of how we approach cabinet refinishing.
- We remove all hardware.
- We remove all doors and drawers.
- We mask off all areas not needing paint.
- We build a tent like structure – in your garage or similar area – to spray the doors and drawers.
- We sand all surfaces to ensure the oils are at a minimum.
- We apply a specialty primer to seal off the wood. (Step may need to be repeated.)
- We apply specialty paint with a hard shell.
- We use a sprayer that applies layer upon layer of paint to doors and drawers.
- We carefully roll and brush the exterior of the cabinets on the interior of the home with a smooth roller.
- We paint the rim of the openings.
(Note: We do not paint the inner portion of the cabinets.).