Kitchenette Part 1
First order of business...remove the hardware!
Next step is to sand the cabinets. Luckily ours weren't super shiny so it didn't take a lot of sanding. All cabinet surfaces need to be sanded...the whole box and each door.
After sanding wipe down and clean all cabinet surfaces. Now the cabinets are ready for primer! Apply a thin, even coat of primer to cabinet box and cabinet doors.
Don't go cheap on the paintbrush or paint. Cabinets can be tricky so use the best materials available. ^^
Cabinets take time and patience!
Coming up next: Cabinets get caulked (along the edges, so every seam), a light sanding, and then a coat of paint. We wait a day in between each coat of paint.
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Lane!! We are Cassie & Sadie and this is
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