We sand the cabinets with 320 grit paper.
Then we clean the cabinets with TSP to remove grease.
After that, we want to de-gloss with a special chemical to dull any remaining sheen.
We will then caulk all cracks, and joints to ensure that the finish is seemless and smooth.
We use the latest innovations including heavy duty bonding primer.
During the painting process the cabinet doors and drawer fronts are sprayed in our shop offsite. We mask your kitchen off in order to spray the remaining faces of your cabinet boxes in your home.
Finally, we will re-install your painted cabinets with your new or existing handles and hinges.
Cabinet Painting Process
Our process is what really sets us apart from other Cabinet Painters. We never cut corners and take all the time necessary to ensure the highest of quality. Because we refuse to cut corners that may compromise someone’s home, we will never pretend to be the cheapest Cabinet Painter in Arizona. We strive to charge a fair price, that will allow us to spend the time needed give you a finished product that will make you happy for years to come.
We sand all of the cabinets we paint with 320 grit sandpaper prior to painting. This first step helps remove any small particles that are stuck to the surface of your cabinets, and more importantly creates a surface that will bond much better with our high quality primer.
Next we wipe down all cabinet surfaces with TSP. This step helps remove any residual dust from the prior sanding and also removes and old grease substances that would get in the way of our durable bonding primer.
After that, we caulk all joints, gaps or cracks that exist on your doors (except the backs) and boxes. This step is especially important when taking a darker cabinet and painting it a lighter color. The lighter color really accentuates the existing gaps and joints and can be very unpleasant to look at. By caulking these areas, we ensure that your cabinets have a smooth and seamless finish.
Now we will apply our heavy duty bonding primer. Your doors will be sprayed in our shop so we can spend the time and effort needed to make them look as good as possible. Your boxes will be meticulously masked off so we can spray them intact, in your kitchen.
After the primer has dried for a sufficient amount of time we will finally apply our finish coat. We spend a lot of money on the paint we buy, and only use the best products available. We know that our customers want their kitchen cabinets to have a beautiful, long lasting, durable, and cleanable surface, and that is all we offer.
Last, we clean up our plastic and masking tape, and install your newly painted doors. We go through the entire kitchen to ensure that everything looks up to our standards and perform any last-minute touch ups if needed. We will reinstall your old handles, or install new handles, as long as they fit the existing the existing holes on your doors and drawers.
At this point our customers have transformed their living space and will enjoy the benefits for years to come. Many of our customers tell us they have what feels like a brand new kitchen for only a fraction of the cost of replacing their cabinets. We can’t speak for other cabinet painters, but we know our process allows us the peace of mind that we are giving our customers the highest quality product. By not cutting corners, we know our paint and primer has a better chance of adhering to your cabinets than any other process. and you can rest easy knowing that you have received the best product available.
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