Cream kitchen cabinets – Refinishing kitchen cabinets with cream color and glaze is a cost-effective way to update your kitchen. Cream colors are softer than white but still shine space regardless of size. The job can seem daunting for a novice but is a very simple process that can be performed by almost anyone. You may want to have an assistant to help you with removing and remounting the doors for convenience.
Remove the kitchen cabinet doors by unscrewing the hinges. Have an assistant hold the doors while you tighten them to prevent them from falling or splitting the wood. Remove all hardware from the doors and cream kitchen cabinets frames. Sand all visible surfaces of doors and frames. Start with medium-grit sandpaper to remove most of the existing color and finish.
Cream kitchen cabinets, clean the surface with rubbing alcohol to remove any remaining grease stains and dirt. Applying the masking tape along the edges where the walls meet the cabinets. Take your time to do this. The better the taping, the purer are your lines. Place a dust sheet on the counter and floor to catch the drips. Apply a layer of cream color with a brush on all surfaces. Keeping your paint strokes small and also, moving with the grain of the wood. Let the paint dry for 4-6 hours before using a second layer. Wait 24 hours before frosting.