How To Paint Laminate Cabinets – DIY At Bunnings

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Today our little project is to clean up these kitchen cabinets They've been here for a long time

We had planned on replacing them but just for the time being we're just going to trick them up with a bit of paint First thing we're going to do is make sure we clear the area We have our safety gear, which we're going to use when we start cleaning, we've got our primer, our brush, and roller You can brush or roll depending on what you want to do and our top-coat which we need two types of top-coat, sandpaper, drop-sheets, duster So our first job, clean and safety gear on

We've got a little bit of ventilation, a window open, which is good and we're going to start over in the corner with our cleaner, working our way down from the top to the bottom and just cleaning that surface Before we do something like a door here we're going to just unscrew our handles Make life a bit easier We can continue on with our cleaning When you get to the doors pay particular attention to the top because as you can see there's quite a buildup there

And we run down our edges If you can just have a look at that edge there, that was a laminated edge It was damaged so all we've done is we've just ripped the laminate off Give it a clean and paint it It'll look exactly the same and it's an easy way out

Cupboards are all nice and dry Our next job is to sand the cabinets back ready for priming So we'll get sanding Start over here As you can see there I've just taken the surface off

Give that edge a rub all the way down Give that a bit of a dust-off Just flick over the top edge there Now we're all sanded We're ready to go

We're just going to do one more thing We're just going to run a line of tape down there so we don't get paint on the wall You just don't want the tape on the cupboard because the cupboard is the thing we're painting You get a bit on the wall we can fix it up later Now we're ready to prime

Square stirring stick, stirring from the bottom up until you get a nice consistency Right Nice consistency there Ready to go into our trusty paint pot We pour a little bit higher, it makes it easier

We're going to start up in the top corner The first thing we're going to do on the cupboards is we're going to cut them in by going down all the sides, edges, doors A bit tricky with a cupboard but we can do it Now we don't want to close this door now because it's going to stick So this door stays ajar from now on until that paint is dry and we just take that edge off there

So the door doesn't close on us and we've got two hands free, we're just going to get a lump of wood, lean it on the angle behind the door just sitting there We've got two hands free We're going to cut that edge down Cut that edge and then we're going to clean the face off and we'll be ready so we can roll that section, that section, and continue on Right

We're all ready to go now with our roller and we just spread it evenly over the surface Plenty of paint on That's pretty good for an undercoat All primed, ready to go The next job just a light sand

We don't want to take any paint off, so just a light sand with a 240 Give that a bit of a dust-off We get a nice dust-free surface Paint is going to stick so much better Yep

We're all ready to go right through here now with our first coat of top-coat Take our paint We give it a good stir A little bit in the pot Quite a bit more in the tray because we're going to use quite a bit more on the larger surfaces

We're going to start off on the face here Same as last time we'll do the edges first, cut it in, then roll it Okay We're all cut in, ready to go Our first coat, that is, first coat

What we're using now is a satin finish They're old cupboards, they've seen better days, and it's a bit more forgiving, a satin If you have a full gloss on it it's going to show everything up This is a lot cheaper than replacing a whole kitchen We've gone through, we've cleaned down, we've sanded, we've primed, a couple of top-coats, changed the knobs, and there you have it

Once you get to this stage do it yourself becomes did it yourself So come in and see us and we'll help you out

How To Paint Laminate Cabinets - DIY At Bunnings


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