I have a peninsula one side has cabinets and it\’s on

DWQA QuestionsI have a peninsula one side has cabinets and it\’s on

I have a peninsula one side has cabinets and it’s on the kitchen side the other side has a single cabinet but it’s on the dining room/living room side. Should I paint it grey to match the dining room/living room walls or should I paint it white to match the cabinets?

When you did you cabinets how long did it take for the entire process?

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Best Answer
answered 3 months ago

Personally i would keep all the cabinet the same .
I have refinished too many cabinets.
Sand ,sand sand then sand some more . The more time you take with the prep work , the better your cabinets will look.
Take doors and sll hardware off. Then use stripper then sand. If not too bad , just sand. “Again this is how i would do it ,and it im sure not the only way” i would start 80 then 120 220 , if i sand only ,30′ uppers 30′ lowers 3 days getting it for 8 hrs a day . 2 days prime and paint.
Day to dry and this is also for a must . If mine this is what i recomend first always . Oil base enamel, and sprayer. I recomend that you dont brush or roll at all. No matter what paint u opt for. The end product is head and shoulders better looking you dont have sprayer.rent one $150/240 you buy airless 1qt elec . Cup gun.
Go high gloss problem is it shows everything