Cream kitchen cabinets with glaze is antique and classy. They are best in old world style kitchens like Mediterranean and Tuscan as main decorating style. Refinishing the cream kitchen cabinets with glaze and varnish is an inexpensive way to update your kitchen. Cream colors are softer than white but still clear spaces regardless of the size of the place. The work may seem daunting to a novice, but it’s a fairly simple process that can be completed by anyone. Instructions to make cream kitchen cabinets with glaze.
- Remove the doors of your kitchen cabinets by unscrewing the hinges.
- Remove all the weapons of the doors and cabinet frames.
- Start with a medium grit sandpaper to remove most existing paint and finish.
- Clean the surface with ethyl alcohol to remove any residual grease stains and dirt.
- Applying adhesive tape along the edges where the cabinet walls meet.
- Place a tarp on the counter and floor to catch any drips.
- Apply a coat of cream paint brush over all surfaces. Allow the paint to dry for 4-6 hours before applying a second coat. Wait 24 hours.
- Apply a stain resistant on all surfaces using a brush varnish. Depending on how bright you want to finish.
- Replace doors and a shiny new hardware to complete the look cream kitchen cabinets with glaze.