How To Paint Unfinished Oak Cabinets
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How To Paint Oak Cabinets. Learn how to paint oak cabinets with this very detailed, step-by-step tutorial! Updating your kitchen or bathroom by painting the cabinets is an easy and cost effective way to update the whole room!
Tips + Tricks For Painting Oak Cabinets. My most popular post, by far, has been “How to Paint Your Cabinets Like a Professional.” As a result, I have gotten a lot of questions, specifically, about how to paint oak cabinets. I have tackled a great deal of oak cabinet client projects, so I thought I would share some tips and tricks for painting oak cabinets that I have learned along the way, if you’re looking to give yours a refresh.
How To Paint Unfinished Wood. Bob Vila answers your questions about how to paint unfinished wood, cure pet odors, and clean up grout residue. To submit a question, visit our Forum Section.
How To Paint Unfinished Kitchen Cabinets. Prime the unfinished wood with a primer designed for the type of paint you've chosen--oil or water-based. Start with the small areas and trim and cut-in with a 2 to 3-inch sash brush. Apply primer to larger areas with a 6-inch paint roller and roller cover. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for the number of primer coats and drying time.
How To Paint Oak Furniture. Painting your oak furniture may hide its attractive grain, but sometimes that's the best way to deal with gouges and nicks that would show up under a clear finish. The most important part of the process is "prep," which is a painter's term that refers to preparing or stripping the old finish, sanding and filling the nicks and gouges.
Unfinished Kitchen Cabinets: Pictures, Options, Tips. Finally, you may choose to paint your unfinished kitchen cabinets. Again, you'll have every color in the rainbow and unlimited combinations thereof to choose from. If you do choose to paint, just be certain beforehand that you're willing to mask the wood's natural grain and appearance—or some version of it in combination with a stain—in favor of a particular paint color.