Staining kitchen cabinets work well to decor your kitchen with real wood look cabinet, it can you do by yourself and it is relatively easy. How to paint staining kitchen cabinets? When you update your kitchen changing cabinets can change the look of the entire room. But replacing them can be costly and a waste of money. To save and avoid sending to landfill usable cabinets, paint them. A color change can revitalize cabinets and look of the room. With a few steps and determination, you can save thousands of dollars and improve the appearance overall look of your kitchen. Paint the surface of the staining kitchen cabinets with a layer of primary paint. Let dry completely.
Depending on the extent of the spot, second primary layer paint may be needed. Be sure to let each coat to dry before applying the next. Paint on the (s) layer (s) of primary paint with a semi-gloss or gloss finish. Let the first coat before applying the second dry. Apply the second coat and let it dry at night. Rub the parts of the staining kitchen cabinets with a brush old toothbrush and soap and water, or a multipurpose cleaner. When fully dry, reposition the parties and doors. Try freshly painted kitchen as you would treat any cabinet. The semi-gloss or gloss paint to easily clean the food, fingerprints or dirt from the kitchen grease or food spatters.