Kitchen Cabinet

How To Paint & Remodel Kitchen Cupboards





Here’s a swift transform and refinish task of some outdated kitchen cupboards in the store. Learn how to thoroughly clean, trim, and paint the cabinets and components to make them look like new. Look at out the online video and some photos of these cabinets that had been also refurbished and used in my Vermont household:

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  1. I absolutely love this

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  2. U did a beautiful job

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  3. Are you able to change the hinges?or no?

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  4. Such a pretty green color. May I what color this is? Great job.

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  5. What a great video. Thank you! I live in a big city without access to a garage/woodworking shop so showing the different options to get at the hardware store REALLY helps. I hope to see more similar videos in the future.

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  6. Jon Peters, are you an Ohio guy?? I noticed the ODU hat.

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  7. The primer you used is great. It will etch glass and tile. I actually used it on tile and it worked great! Glad to see someone sand primer and use proper brush strokes. Great job sir!

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  8. This is EXACTLY what I was looking for! Thanks so much! 🙂

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  9. I like the light green.

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  10. Turned out very nice.. you made it look kinda easy doing them👍

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  11. Awesome video what is the name of the paint color? Its exactly what my wife and I are looking for!

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  12. What brand and type of spray did you use on the hardware?

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  13. Nice color, mind sharing?!

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  14. Love the green too…

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  15. Love your video and changes….only question – why not paint interior of the cabinets too?  Anyway, fabulous job, as always.  Thank you for sharing and  posting.

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  16. I have these exact cabinets in a 1939 home I've recently purchased in my town, and it really was great seeing a solid up cycle on them. Adding molding to the base and crown is genius and I'm outright stealing the idea.

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  17. Hey Jon, love your videos. I'm about to start the same project at home, aside from building new panel doors from mdf, I'm painting over the old face frames. I'm using the Insl-X Stix Primer and I also purchased the Insl-X Cabinet Coat paint. I was wondering if you had any insight on the Cabinet Coat product before I start.

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  18. What do you recommend for washing painted wood surfaces?

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  19. What color did you use? I love it!

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  20. Bro, WATER based primer? Come on, that will never stick. Use a SHELLAC based primer like a Zinsser, then you can use a latex top coat. It will last for centuries. Water based primer won't adhere aggressively enough! The added trim is legit- but I also cannot believe you killed that gorgeous vintage copper hardware like that. I mean, if you wanted to end up with cheap looking black hardware, there's plenty of it available at Lowe's for $2 each. This kind of stuff is frustrating to watch. Whatevs.

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