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I want to paint my kitchen cabinets a bone color and not sure how to do the job.
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Do you want to do this yourself? It's a bigger job than you might think. A professional crew can do it much quicker and give a professional look to the finished product. If you really want to do it yourself, here's how:
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Basically it goes like this:
1. Remove the doors. Number them with tape on the inside so you know where to replace them when you are finished.2. Remove the hardware / pulls / knobs.3. Use sandpaper to roughup the finish. You can also use a chemical product such as "Liquid Sandpaper".4. Choose a paint specific to your type of door. If you have laminate finished doors, be sure to tell the paint store clerk.5. Using is VERY GOOD BRUSH or a slim roller, paint in light coats allowing them to dry between coats. Do not try to paint it in one coat or you will wind up with major drips.6. If all else fails, hire a professional. They will normally spray the doors for an even better finish.
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