Kitchen Cabinet Painting
Kitchen Cabinet Painting Services
Ever wanted to give your cabinets a darker, richer look without stripping them?
The painters at Tex Painting can completely alter the look of your stained cabinets from a light oak or a pickled look, to a darker, richer stained look. We can give you the look of mahogany or walnut without having to strip your cabinets. We use a bonding clear primer, two coats of a customized stain-glaze and one or two varnish coats.
Call Tex Painting if you have any of the following goals for your Cabinet Painting Project:
Prior to refinishing cabinets, our local Austin painters take a few preparatory steps. First, the handles are removed (depending on the project).
Next, the cabinet surfaces are cleaned to remove any oils or any other contaminants commonly found in the kitchen area. The door hardware is carefully removed or taped off to ensure a clean paint job. The refinishing process can now begin.
The # 1 missed preparation step by painters is what is called a prime coat. We use a special primer used to seal and prep the cabinets for a long lasting, durable top coat of premium paint.