2022-01-09 Selah Painting St. Louis MO Bathroom Cabinet Painting Tips

5 Bathroom Cabinet Painting Tips To Remember in St. Louis, MO

5 Bathroom Cabinet Painting Tips To Remember in St. Louis, MO

You may think of your bathroom cabinets as being one of the key components to your bathroom and this is the case – and when the time comes to update the look of your bathroom, it’s entirely possible you may want to entirely replace your bathroom cabinets.

However, in many cases it is not necessary to do so and you will find that from an environmental perspective (as well as a budget) the simple task of painting your bathroom cabinets can radically transform the look of your bathroom cabinets – and if you make the time to learn about a few ideas that can help you do it better, the cabinets can look even nicer at the end.

With that being the case, let’s look at five bathroom cabinet painting tips to remember in St. Louis, MO

1. Remove Hardware First

One of the first things that you’re going to want to do when you are looking to paint your bathroom cabinets is to properly is to remove the hardware before you start preparing the cabinets for painting.

The reason that this is the case is that though you might think that it’s far easier to paint around the hardware, it’s actually ultimately going to complicate matters and make it so that you are going to have to spend a lot more time trying to paint and then removing the paint that got onto the hardware.

Much easier to remove the hardware, put it somewhere safe such as a plastic container or even a baggie so that you don’t ultimately misplace said hardware.

You possibly might want to entertain the notion of changing the hardware entirely with hardware that you can find at places such as a hardware store or even a thrift store if you should happen to find it.

2. Check For Mold Sources

As you may be aware, there is a major problem in bathrooms that comes in the form of mold – and if you want to make sure that you don’t have mold in your cabinets going forward, it’s going to be important for you to find the possible sources of mold and eliminate them, as it were.

By removing the source of the mold, you will help to reduce the likelihood of facing mold later down the line – and there are several kinds of sources for mold, most of which involve moisture to some extent.

3. Use Moisture Resistant Paint

More on the subject of moisture and its relation to mold and mildew – there are paints available for use in bathrooms and other rooms in which moisture is often found (such as kitchens.)

By making use of moisture resistant paint, you will help to ward off mold and mildew in another way which when you look at the dangers of said mold and mildew, are well worth doing.

4. Use Primer First

In any given interior painting project, you are going to want to have as smooth of a surface upon which to paint – and if you first make use of a coat of primer you will not only have a surface that is considerably smoother than the surface even if you had sanded it first (and you should) and on top of that it will be quite more adhesive than the surface that has not first received primer.

It’s therefore key for you to apply a coat of primer to your bathroom cabinets prior to applying the first coat of paint.

5. Protect Surfaces Not Being Painted

Lastly, remember that when you are painting your bathroom cabinets, you aren’t going to want to get the paint anywhere other than the surfaces being painted – so cover them well with protective covering depending on what it is being protected.

Your floor, for example, is best protected by a good drop cloth that will not allow paint to get through.

We at Selah Painting would love the opportunity to be your go-to painter in St. Louis, MO. Call us at 314-582-5272 to book a FREE estimate, and let us help you enhance the interior of your home so you can focus on other things.

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