How to Paint a Kitchen Cabinet Built-In
"We have lots to do when we host a party at home. The FLEXiO paint sprayer helped us get our kitchen cabinets painted in a short time so we can have everything ready for our guests." Richard and Lisa Bisson
Company's coming - An upcoming family Hanukkah or Christmas party means getting the new kitchen cabinet built-in painted and styled. Just days before hosting family and friends for their yearly holiday party, homeowners Richard and Lisa Bisson have only one dilemma facing them: the inside and outside of their new kitchen cabinet built-in perfectly painted and styled for their gathering. Enter the FLEXiO paint sprayer by Wagner and two hours on a mid-December afternoon.
MISSION: Seamlessly paint and display new kitchen cabinets before company comes.
Remove cabinet doors and set them up in an open space like a basement or work room on top of a paint cloth.
Spray both sides of the doors with an even coat of paint using the FLEXiO paint sprayer. Let dry and repeat.
Drape the floor in front of the built-in with a paint cloth and spray the interior of the unit.
Tape and spray
Tape off any areas that abut walls with painter's tape.
Spray and let it dry thoroughly.
Apply additional coats to achieve the look you desire.
Lisa and Richard's project was a custom creation, merging new materials with vintage doors and hardware.
Flawless finish with no brush marks
The final coat of paint truly unified the piece. A beautiful finish was imperative in the completion of the project.
Fill and decorate
Just a day before the party, Lisa was able to fill it with her favorite accents and Christmas décor, but it truly seemed like the finished piece has been in service for years.
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