Tired-looking units can spoil the look of your whole kitchen, and make it look old before its time. And during lockdown, when we were all spending more time at home, you might have noticed that some of your kitchen cupboards were showing signs of their age.
Kitchen Door Painting
Kitchen grease and grime, condensation, and the general stains gathered from constant use can all hang around and start making your cupboard fronts look worn, even though, internally, they’re still good for many more years.
Now, Cheshire uPVC Coating offers you a cost-effective alternative to complete new cupboards. We can simply respray your kitchen cabinets in any of our massive choice of colours.
You could choose our number one shade for kitchen door painting, Anthracite Grey, for a really contemporary look, or go for something which gives a completely individual yet fresh ambiance to your kitchen.
Kitchen Door painting is a specialised craft, and we have been carrying out this service for many years, earning a huge number of satisfied customers who have given us their recommendation.
Our service earned us a 2019 Home and Garden Awards win as the best company offering Kitchen door spraying services in England and Wales, and we have continued to grow.
By having your kitchen cupboards treated with fresh coats of Specialist Door paint, you get a high-quality, bright finish that comes with a 10-year guarantee. So contact us today to arrange for us to visit and provide you with a free, no-obligation quote.
We are specialists in painting kitchen cabinets right across England and Wales from our base in Cheshire, and we’d be happy to give you a free, no-obligation quote to transform your kitchen. When it’s sure to cost less than a completely new kitchen, take less time and give you years more faithful service from your current cabinets, what have you got to lose?
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These guys transformed our kitchen in just one day! Really professional from start to finish, Melanie was so helpful; we were provided with a quote within minutes, and she helped us to choose the right white paint for our cupboards. She was always available on the phone if we had any questions (which I had loads of lol sorry about that Melanie). The two guys who carried out the work were lovely, on time and really professional. Thanks again for doing such a great job! 100% would recommend. Harriet x
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Frequently Asked Questions
Kitchen Cabinet Door Painting FAQs
If you’re thinking of painting your kitchen cabinet doors yourself, there are some notes you need to understand before you continue.
For cabinets, the ideal kind of paint you should use are semigloss, gloss or satin. These paint finishes allow you to cabinet doors to deliver a great, hardy look that is also easy to clean. Because your kitchen cabinets are likely going to be stained with food, it’s important to pick a paint type that’s durable and wipeable.
Ensuring that your kitchen cabinet doors are painted without brush marks is relatively simple once you understand the careful process you need to follow.
The most fundamental method you need to do before painting your kitchen cabinet doors is to ensure that your paintbrush is loaded with paint correctly – which can be done by understanding how much paint is ideal for each stroke. You can also do this by dipping the brush into the paint can once, letting all excess paint drip away, or wipe the edges on the paint to get rid of the excess paint.
Brush marks usually come from excessive paint on your brush, so it’s best to get rid of it before you paint your kitchen cabinet doors.
You can absolutely skip sanding your kitchen doors before painting them if you’re making a change from one newly painted surface to another, or painting your cabinet doors raw.
However, if your cabinet doors are damaged, it will be ideal to sand them down as you need your cabinet doors to be as smooth as possible to create an effective paint finish.
Alternatively, you can use mineral spirits and a rough sponge to clean and lightly rough up the cabinet area you’re painting.
Not particularly, it will only depend on the quality of the paint finish you want for your cabinet doors. But holistically, any eggshell or interior wood paint will work wonderfully on all types of wooden cabinet doors.
You can also provide chalk paints as they are ideally suited for kitchen cupboards and cabinets too, but you will need to seal the top-coat with wax or varnish so you can achieve a wipeable surface finish.
You need to do 4 things to prepare your kitchen for a painting job.
First, clean your walls. Your kitchen is a place where grime and grease can build up, and clearing your kitchen from these things will help bind your paint to your walls. Secondly, sand down your kitchen cabinet doors and other areas to remove any bumps or imperfections.
You will then need to lay down some plastic or alternative materials to prevent paint from crossing over to other features of your kitchen.