How to Change the Look of Antique White Kitchen Cabinets

Jun 25th

Cabinet doors removed from the upper cabinets and paint inside a vibrant color illuminates the kitchen and gives an airy, spacious feel. Eliminated cabinet doors are stored and installed another change that is desired. Clean enamel antique white kitchen cabinets to change the tone and feeling in the kitchen.

Antique White Kitchen Cabinet Doors
Antique White Kitchen Cabinet Doors

Remove cabinet doors, laying doors on a flat surface. This prevents runs and is easier on the back. Clean antique white kitchen cabinets with a degreaser like tri sodium phosphate and rinse well. Clean all surfaces with denatured alcohol or paint thinner. Apply a light coat of polish. Use a lint free cloth to start cleaning antique white kitchen cabinets and some of the enamels. Debugging in the glaze with a rag soaked in paint thinner. Do this before the polish dries. Use at least two layers of transparent polyurethane finish to protect the aged.

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Remove the cabinet doors and all hardware including hinges. Clean all surfaces thoroughly with a degreaser and wipe with mineral spirits or denatured alcohol. Wear surfaces of the cabinets lightly with sandpaper. Prime all surfaces with a good quality acrylic primer, with the first color with the color you are planning to paint the cabinets.