More Tips For Bathroom Cabinet Painting With Less Mess in Ambler, PA
You may recall that we previously covered the topic of bathroom cabinet painting, and how to get it done with less of a mess — that article can be found here.
However, it’s well worth mentioning that there are other things that you can do in order to get your bathroom cabinet looking good thanks to a well done paint job while avoiding that mess.
As we have mentioned before, there are things you can do in order to get your cabinet painted well with less of a mess — and given how difficult it can be to remove dried paint from surfaces where they don’t belong, it’s important to do everything you can do to just that.
Let’s have a look at some more tips for bathroom cabinet painting with less mess that will make for a better looking bathroom cabinet.
1. Clear The Cabinet
When you clear out your cabinets, you are making it quite a lot easier to paint — particularly when you are planning on painting the interior of your cabinet as well as the exterior.
Even when you’re only going to be painting the exterior of your cabinet, you are going to benefit from the clearing of the cabinets in that the process of getting your cabinets ready means that you should have as few things as possible to not have them get in your way while you paint.
Indeed,you are better off having as few things in the cabinet as you can but if you are unable to remove certain things for whatever reason, just be aware that you are likely to have more work to do in order to get the cabinet painted well.
2. Choose A Good Paint
Not all of the paints you are going to want to use for your bathroom cabinet painting project are going to be appropriate for painting it correctly and with minimal mess.
For example, if you make use of a glossy or a semi-glossy paint it is going to be much more beneficial for you as far as painting bathroom cabinets and that doesn’t just stand true while you are painting your cabinets.
Indeed, after you’ve painted your cabinets you will benefit from having semi-gloss paint in that your cabinet will be significantly easier to clean.
3. Remove Hardware
There are a number of reasons why you are going to want to remove the hardware from your bathroom cabinet before you paint, and making for a cleaner painting job is just one of them.
You can just imagine how difficult it would be to paint your cabinet when your hardware is still on there — you are going to have to work your paintbrush around the hardware and that not only makes it more difficult to paint without a mess but it makes the whole process take so much longer.
Even though you may be quite good at painting around hardware, you are going to do so much better if you just make the time to remove the hardware — and while you have the hardware removed, you will be able to make a choice of a different kind of hardware for the cabinet (and perhaps enhance the look of the cabinet that way!)
4. Have Your Hardware Easily Accessible
Lastly, you are going to want to make sure that you have the hardware that you are going to use in painting easily accessible — as the time that you spend searching around for your hardware is time that you very well may be making a mess in your home.
Make the time to ensure that everything is ready beforehand and you will have a much neater painting process.
Hiring a professional painting contractor like Aspen Painting guarantees a flawless, durable, and high-quality paint job.
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