Options for updating kitchen cabinets

After two coats of the paint supplied in the kit, the orange was gone!Of course, you should use a high quality brush for the flat parts of the cabinets.Luckily, it was a lower cabinet, and you would have to be lying on the floor to see it.Adding a line of caulk in this gap would go a long way to making these doors look like one solid piece.Just a small amount of paint on the very tip of the bristles will suffice.

By brushing the top coat in the opposite direction (horizontal instead of vertical), the clear top coat skimmed over all the bumps, making the final surface dry to a glassy finish.You can even get away with a roller if you don’t plan on using the decorative glaze included in the kit.But what about the hooked part of the grab bar, and the thin cabinet frame?A regular brush slops too much paint in these areas, leaving big blobs that need to be sanded down.I used a 3/4″ wide artist paint brush to get into the hook and along the edges of the doors and cabinet trim.

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