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How to hand-painted kitchen

Listed under Blog, hand-painted kitchen Posted May 17 2012

These are examples of some of my hand-painted kitchens in Chester area and Cheshire…The basic challenge when hand-painting a kitchen is to achieve a flawless paint finish. 

hand-painted kitchen Little greene Paint Co

A beautiful paint finish is achieved by paying a lot of attention to cleanliness, employing a careful and logical painting technique and drawing on a mindset that pulls you through hours and hours of concentrated effort. It isn’t easy.

A bit like a wrestling match, if you relax, skip a step and think, “That’ll do” you have failed and the paintwork in your kitchen will look like most OK but not outstanding paintwork on millions of lounge doors and frames around the country!

Read the full story with insights into masking, painting kitchen cupboards…There is a lot more to kitchen painting than paint!

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2 comments to “How to hand-painted kitchen”

  1. scott Kesler

    A quock question… Im painting a lot of kitchens, bathroom vanities,entertainment units and warddrods. On flat large horizonal surfaces, whats the best technique to create the same continious leveled finish with just a bit of brush work showing. Even the slightest break in the continuiety destroys the perfection Im after. Scot Kesler, East Hampton, N.Y. USA

  2. Traditional Painter

    Hi if you add a conditioner to the paint and roll and tip with a 3″ fine bristle, there should be no problem with keeping a wet edge going and minimal brush marks on large surfaces. I know painters who sometimes apply a light dusting of water on the surface before painting with acrylic paint if they are concerned the air temperature is too high.

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