The cabinets in your kitchen and bathroom tend to look dull and faded in a matter of time. This is because they are exposed to lots of moisture, dirt and grime. Painting the kitchen and bathroom cabinets in pearly white not only allows it to appear bright and airy but also ensures your home gets a uplift every few years.
Ensure you keep these items in a handy place easy to locate when you have to reassemble everything. Number each wood piece so you won't be confused while attaching them back.
If you are painting stained cabinets white, then you have to use a lacquer undercoat instead of a primer so that the coarse grain of the stained surface get covered up.
Lightly sand the first layer once dry, wipe away the sanding dust with a clean rag. Apply an even coat of color over the first. If needed, sand the second layer lightly before applying a third coat. You can use an acrylic finish for the last layer to easily wipe away grime and dirt that will show up in future.
Allow the surface to dry thoroughly before taking off the masking tape from the surface. Apply a thin coat of wood polish to keep the wood from moisture.
Clean the cabinet with water and mild detergent regularly. However, do not use any abrasive cleaner as it can badly affect the paint finish.