How to Update or Refinish Cabinets & Woodwork with  Light Paint Color using a Sprayer

How to Update or Refinish Cabinets & Woodwork with Light Paint Color using a Sprayer


Updating Existing Cabinets with a Light Paint Color Antique White Milk Paint over existing oak finish Step 1: Power Prep Clean Oak cabinet with existing finish You’ll Need: A mix of degreasing dish detergent and water Green Scotch-Brite Pad Rinse Thoroughly With Water Second, Scrub With: 50/50 mix denatured alcohol & water Green Scotch-Brite Pad Give heavily used areas extra attention Wipe Dry with Cloth Next Up: Sanding 220 Sanding Pad Wipe with oil-free tack cloth or shop towel Step 2: Apply Stain Blocker General Finishes Stain Blocker Foam Roller Roll Cabinet Face Frames Touch up corners & edges with brush Spray Cabinet Doors Spraying with Earlex 5500 Let Dry 2 Hours Sand First Coat Stain Blocker 220 Sanding Pad Wipe with oil-free tack cloth or shop towel Apply Second Coat Stain Blocker Let Dry 2 Hours
Sand Second Coat Step 3: Apply Milk Paint Antique White Milk Paint Mix 2 oz. Extender to increase open time Touch up corners and edges with brush Clean spray gun between products Before spraying, thin with 1 oz of water Apply 2-3 coats of GF Water Based Topcoats, sanding between coats Apply 2-3 Coats General Finishes Water Based Topcoat, Sand Between Coats

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