How to Paint Cabinets Without Brush Strokes?

Answer When you can see brush strokes on your freshly-painted cabinet, it really puts the 'pain' into painting. Brush marks affect the appearance of your just-completed paint job and they can prevent a sm... Read More »

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How do I remove brush strokes on flat enamel paint?

SandingSand the flat enamel paint with 120-grit wet/dry sandpaper when the paint is completely dry. Wet the sandpaper in clean water, and apply a few drops of dish soap to the sandpaper. Sand the p... Read More »

Should I Use a Brush or Roller to Paint Kitchen Cabinets?

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How do I paint kitchen cabinets without sanding?

Apply a Bonding PrimerApply a bonding primer to paint kitchen cabinets without sanding. Bonding primers are designed to be applied to difficult surfaces (such as glossy surfaces or surfaces with an... Read More »

How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets Without Sanding or Stripping?

Painting cabinets is best done by stripping off the old paint, sanding the surface of the cabinets and applying new paint. The paint will go on smoother and the finish will look more professional. ... Read More »