Glaze kitchen cabinets can give your kitchen antique look, and is a good option when you do not have much time or money. Project can usually be completed in one day and is much cheaper than installing new cabinets. When process is complete texture of cabinets will be more pronounced and shiny, giving a new looks to room. For best results, choose paint or ink that resembles color of cabinets as much as possible.
- Apply masking tape along areas where cabinets are attached to wall and ceiling.
- Place tarps over counter and floor areas that could be affected during application.
- Use a screwdriver to remove knobs and handles for cabinets. Removes a Jones and place them on canvas.
- Fill a basin with a solution of water and all-purpose cleaner, mixed according to package directions. Use a soft cloth to gently clean glaze kitchen cabinets. Allow to air dry.
- Open glaze mix and stir with a paint stick to wood. Alternatively, you can make your own glaze with one part dye and four parts water.
- Use a brush to paint natural bristle for glaze kitchen cabinets each cabinet and drawer. Apply polish in direction of grain of cabinet for a more uniform appearance.