The easiest way to a modern new kitchen
Painting the cupboard doors and drawer fronts is a great way to rejuvenate a tired or dated kitchen without having an entirely new kitchen expensively installed. It can also be done in a very short timeframe, sometimes only two to three days are necessary.
So as long as most of your kitchen cupboards are in reasonably good condition (we also provide carpentry services for doors that need replacing), repainting them may be a better, and less expensive choice than renovating your entire kitchen.
We can apply paint to laminate, melamine and wooden doors.
How to paint kitchen cupboards
- Cupboards will need to be fully emptied before we start the job. For items that are heavier to move, our painters are able to assist.
- We will start by preparing the area for painting, laying down protective drop sheets and sealing off other areas so fumes and paint dust does not spread to other areas of the house
- Our painters will start by cleaning your cupboards. All grease and dirt contamination must be removed, or the paint will not adhere and will peel or flake off.
- Once your kitchen cupboards are free of debris, it’s time to start sanding and make any necessary repairs.
- We then mask the areas to ensure the paint is not transferred to appliances and the flooring and begin applying the undercoat/primer.
- Once dry, we sand again before applying a laminate coating. For the best finish, we then apply Dulux Renovation Range Clear Coat as the final coating.
Dulux’s renovation range paint
Dulux has a perfect product for renovations. Their Renovation Range is great to use on laminated kitchen cupboards and perfect if your cupboards are still in good condition, but need a bit of a make-over.
If you are unsure of whether your kitchen cupboards are suitable for painting, we offer an obligation-free quote. Call our office to set up an appointment for one of our painting experts to visit your home.