Custom Crafted Kitchen Cabinet Doors

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Tips on Painting your Cabinet Interiors

1. Remove any existing shelf paper with a hair dryer or heat gun.
2. Wipe down the interior of your cabinets with Acetone or solvent Allow time to completely dry.
3. Apply a thin layer of Bondo Glazing Putty to the cabinet shelves; this will fill any voids making a smooth surface to paint. Allow time to completely dry.
4. Using a Sponge Sanding Block sand down the thin layer of putty to make a smooth paint-able surface.
5. Vacuum out the heavy dust from your cabinet boxes.
6. Wipe down the interior with a Tack Cloth to remove the fine dust.
7. Paint the interior of your cabinet boxes with White Zinsser Bulls Eye Odorless Primer Sealer Allow time to completely dry. Additional coats may be needed to cover completely.

Note: This product is also available in gallon form that can be sprayed, brushed, or rolled on.

8. Using the 3M Scuff Pad, scuff the painted interior cabinet shelves so the Minwax clear sealer will stick to the paint. Then with a damp cloth, wipe down the cabinet interiors to remove fine dust.
9. Using a Foam Brush apply a generous coat of Minwax Polycrylic Clear Satin protective coating to the cabinet shelves. Allow 24 hours to dry before use.
10. If you are re-skinning your cabinet faces, be sure to go around the interior edge of the face frame with the Minwax Polycrylic sealer this will protect the paint from the glue used to attach the skins
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