I found a great “recipe” to paint my bathroom cabinets. The current cabinets were scuffed, worn, dated and ugly.
They are now sleek, pretty and contemporary.
2. Let the deglosser dry, only takes about an hour.
3. Apply a latex primer – or all purpose primer with a good quality brush – the site recommended 2 1/2″ but if you have any kind of raised decorative face to your doors you may want to use a 2″ – Purdy are awesome brushes and worth every cent!!
Have then tint the primer dark – very necessary.
4. Let the primer dry overnight. Then apply your OIL based paint with a Purdy 2″ brush that is made for all paints or oil based paint.
Paint with the grain of the wood.
You should only need a quart of paint. I painted this vanity and used less than 1/4 of the can!
Soak your brushes in a can of brush cleaner, since it’s oil based this is the only way you’re getting them clean. Rinse with cold water.
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