Limed Oak kitchen now hand painted Wilmslow: This is how to refresh a limed oak kitchen! A before and after shot of a Limed Oak kitchen now hand painted kitchen, Wilmslow.
These blogs have always tried to show how to hand paint kitchens the right way. By the book. We pay great attention to detail and since 1993, we have kitchen painting down to a tee.
Over the course of the work, Jason abrades every square inch of the doors, end panels, cornice, plinth, several times. And to keep the kitchen clean for his clients, every morning he protects the worktops with plastic and removes it in the evening.
High performance adhesion primer for kitchen doors
There are several tried and tested primers to ensure a strong bond over the original timber finish. Isofix is great for its tenacious bond. We have a trick or two as well for using this shellac-based and very sticky primer just give it a good shake and stir.
Oil based eggshell finish on kitchen cabinets
The finish was achieved with Dulux oil-based eggshell. It can sometimes take longer to dry than what is normally used. (since 2010 the legislation formulations have changed)
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