Spray Painting Your Cabinet The Right Way

Your kitchen represents the most important place in the home, it is therefore just right that you make it look amazing. One of the ways to do this is by giving your cabinets a fresh coat of paint. Let us look at how you can go about this, and the best paint sprayer for the job.

Have all The Tools and Materials Ready

Make sure you have the right tools and materials for the job. Some of the tools you need include a paint sprayer, spray-can handle, damp cloth, dust mask, and many more. The materials you require include a can of primer and paint in your desired colors.

Prepare the Area and the Target Cabinets

Use a drop cloth to shield the surrounding areas. Use sand paper, or an electric sander (if you own one) to remove any existing finish on the cabinet. Wipe the surface with a damp cloth. For greasy stains, use warm water and detergent to wash it off. Paint and primer cannot adhere to greasy surfaces.

If the cabinet is in a state of damage, repair the holes, scratches and any dents using spackling compound. Work the compound in these spots to offer a smooth, even surface ideal for painting.

Have the Best paint Sprayer for the Job

Paint Smoothly offers a myriad of sprayers ideal for painting cabinets. Let’s look at some of the sprayers you should consider for spraying your cabinets.

The Graco True Coat Plus II

This sprayer comes with a ProControl feature that allows you to adjust the spray pressure so that you can have more control over the whole process. It comes with a tilted orientation that allows you to spray in all directions effortlessly.

Wagner Control Spray Double Duty spray gun

This gun delivers a thin coat of paint evenly in just a few sprays. This sprayer uses a low-pressure technique that produces minimum overspray, which means that the paint ends up exactly where you want it. The low pressure also makes the spray easy to control.

Spray the Paint Evenly

Wear a dust mask and use the sprayer to add an even coat of primer to the cabinet. Opt for tinted primer for a better finish and reduces the number of coats you need. Use high-gloss or semi-gloss paint to add color, making sure you cover both the exterior and interior parts. Add a second coat after three hours.

Conclusion

A high-end spray painter and the right quality of paint make spray painting your kitchen cabinets quick and easy. Make sure you follow the correct procedure for professional results.