Kitchen Cabinet

How to paint your kitchen area cupboards with Chalk Paint®





Annie Sloan reveals you the fastest way to update your kitchen cabinets, by basically employing Chalk Paint® and Wax!
Annie Sloan produced her distinctive and flexible decorative paint, Chalk Paint®, in 1990. She preferred to generate just one paint that could obtain quite a few different procedures and finishes – from producing a textured chippy look to attaining a smooth present day finish, or even generating a clean. Annie’s paint is non harmful, reduced VOC, and quite uncomplicated to work with. There is certainly no will need to prime or sand prior to starting up – you can just get caught straight in to the exciting bit!

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23 comments

  1. How did you do the washed white one behind you? Thats what I need to do in the bathroom, any advice?

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  2. Can u use this paint on not wood? Its melamine

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  3. I live in humid hawaii and would love to paint the kitchen cabinets but I am worried about mold. I'd like to use the wax to seal it, as I like the dull/matte look of that finish. Do you think mold would be an issue if I sealed with the wax? Is there another sealer that could go on that isn't shiny? Thanks.

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  4. I’ve heard that wax as opposed to poly can cause yellowing later on with white paint. Is this true?

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  5. Is the brush going to make paint brush marks?

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  6. I’m getting ready to paint a hutch with chalk paint, covering a dark green with white. It’s streaking and shows the brush strokes. Should I spray the paint on?

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  7. If your chalk paint cracks on the furniture, do you still wax over it and de-stress, then use a dark wax, and then a clear wax.

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  8. Love all the art you do, too bad in my country they don’t sell chalk paint and I’m longing for some company to import it, as I’ve called and visited so many companies searching for your famous chalk paint and no luck at all… congratulations🌸🌺🌸🌺 from Guatemala

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  9. I was expecting to see more about the results

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  10. Can you do this on MDF kitchen cabinet doors?

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  11. Why buffing or making it shinning if its chalk paint?🤔

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  12. Hello, I would like to paint my kitchen wall tiles with your chalk paint, is that possible? Will the paint hide the dark brown leaf design that some of the tiles have?

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  13. Annie.. I live in Ohio and can't find your products.. any ideas? I can't find it at Amazon either ..

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  14. That door looked like it didn't have a finish over it before you painted. Will your paint, work on cabinets that have a finish over them or does it need to be sanded off first?

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  15. Very good instructable video. Question… If I paint my cabinets and use wax and then if I ever decide change the color , will I be able to repaint it without sanding it? Thanks in advance.

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  16. Hello Annie. I would like to use the Lacquer for sealing. I can raise White Wax before? Best regards Sabine

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  17. Do you buff wax after each coat or just final coat?

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  18. Hi Annie do you need to wait for the paint to dry before adding the wax? not sure if you mentioned that in your video.

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  19. Hi, I would really appreciate it if you could please inform me how to treat water damage my kitchen wooden worktop, it would really helpful before to change the whole kitchen because of this damage, with thanks.

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  20. You don’t sand it before pAint ?

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  21. I can't use the wax because it has beeswax…Would the lacquer not be as effective in protecting the cabinets & paint?

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  22. Hi Anne, I've painted my cabinets a few years ago and now fancy a color change. Can I put a new paint color over the existing wax finish? If not, how do i remove the existing wax coat?

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  23. Tell me if your chalk paint is suitable for painting laminated kitchen cabinets, please. Also, the procedure you recommend?

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