Kitchen Cabinet

Spray like complete on cabinets NO SPRAY GUN!





Paint cabinets the quick way!
Good Hack with paint!
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www.Megapro.net
Sherwin Williams Pro Classic h2o-based mostly alkyd paint
Sherwin Williams 4′” Blue knit rollers 1/2″
Mohawk Pre-catalyzed lacquer matt apparent, DEFT satin apparent lacquer

29 comments

  1. this guy is great, he has help me with my garage door, my rotten thresholds and now cabinets, Your wife is one lucky women, my husband cant stir paint lol.

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  2. I can't believe there are some dislikes. what is wrong with these people? What is not to like about your YouTube? NOTHING! Great Job….

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  3. Thank you Paul. Before I watched your video I was going to use a natural wood finish on some cabinet face frames, now I'm thinking I'll paint them using your method. God bless.

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  4. Keep the roller ready for a while without drying out. Wrap the wet roller in a plastic sandwich bag and store it in the freezer.
    Take it out let it thaw and its ready to go again.

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  5. avoid vocs found in auto primer & lacquer.

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  6. great ideas, thanks!

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  7. Great video, thanks Paul. I am working on a kitchen that was built in 1937 and has multiple layers of paint on the builder original cabinets and doors. Any suggestions for how to make them look great again?

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  8. I'm going to have to look into this Pro Classic paint. I usually do not like Sherwin Williams paints, but this might be worth the while. Thanks for the great vids brother!

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  9. thanks for getting right to the point. great video.

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  10. Thanks Paul, good tips for finishing.

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  11. Be careful with that steel wool as Mark Gagnon said. When using a waterbourne top coat you have a good chance of rust coming through if not perfectly wiped off.

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  12. I have very good experience using high quality micro-foam rollers…

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  13. Great video with great advice! Thanks for the tips and tricks, definitely useful. What do you think of the primer and paint in one? Do you think you get better results doing the two separately?

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  14. using a clear coat over a wall paint bad idea. makes touch up difficult if you seal make sure paint is dried 5-7 days so you don't end up with a foggy look.

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  15. say no to the lip punch bad idea just wipe out lip and you will be fine.

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  16. That roller nap will leave a fine raised dimpled surface verse brush lines. I know that I can use a brush and show no lines if the paint is thinned right, the paint will flow if you let it.

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  17. Good looking fence behind you.

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  18. As always, Good info Paul.

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  19. Nice pink multi-driver lol good tips.

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  20. I thought with Pro Classic being so durable, a clear coat wasn't needed? Or is there another reason I'm missing 🙂 Last I looked at your videos was 2013 when we started on our kitchen project and I was spray painting my doors, but hand painting the upper cabinets. If the paint chips, can you still do touch up when there is a clear coat?

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  21. I've seen a lot of people make vids of diy projects, but never anyone that gives anywhere near as detailed in their directions as you. Man every time I'm needing quick tips, advice or detailed instructions, I look at your videos for the info. Thanks for everything man I appreciate the tips they really help. Keep'em coming…

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  22. Man that door is tempting me to paint mine too which i was not sure of before. I do have an auto sprayer which i never used..can i use auto sprayer ?

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  23. I like what you do, I have a suggestion for you, if you are using a water base product, do not sand with a steal wool. Metal and water creates RUST. It may take a while before it show up but it could show.

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  24. Nice video, Great shirt.

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  25. Thanks for the tips. I've got original builder-type cabinets in my house and could not get paint to stick. I will be so happy to get a decent paint job on them.

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  26. Great tips. I like the can lip punch idea very much…but l'll opt for a mallet or dead blow hammer to avoid more palm bruises.

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  27. That looks fantastic. Great video. Thanks for posting!

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  28. Paul, can you tell me why you use an automotive primer as opposed to primer from a paint store?

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  29. You've always got awesome advice and information! Thanks

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