Painting Over Cherry Cabinets
Do you have cherry cabinets? Do you hate the look or feel of them? Have you ever thought about painting over those cherry cabinets?
If you are like most of our customers, the kitchen is the number one place for you and your family to hang out. Like most of our customers, the kitchen gets the most attention. This attention is from you, your family, and friends when they come over. But like so many people, the thought of replacing and remodeling the kitchen is too overwhelming. Not anymore.
If you are buying a home, the kitchen is the number one place people consider when buying a home.
Step by Step Process for Painting Over Cherry Cabinets:
Painting Cherry Cabinets
If you don’t like the color or the feel of the kitchen we can help you make a change for the better.
Painting over cherry cabinets is a relatively painful process and we guide you all the way through it. I’ve painted the wooden cabinets in my own home so I know stressful how it sounds. For the past 10+ years, we have refined our process, found the best materials and have the needed experience to make this remodeling easy for you.
1. Prep Work
We start with the prep work covering floors and countertops.
2. Clean Everything! Prime. Paint.
We use TSP, sandpaper, degreaser and denatured alcohol. We primed all the boxes with 2 coats of bonding primer. Once dry, they are painted with two coats of cabinet grade paint.
3. Remove Doors. Clean. Prime. Paint.
All the doors are taken off site and we repeat the same process of cleaning them, sanding them degreasing- denatured alcohol.
Once all the doors are painted we load them up and bring them back to your home.