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How to use deglosser for prep of smooth surfaces that you need to create a bond for the surface. Tutorials for Repair, Refinish, and Restyling antique and vintage furniture.
This is a quick DIY project that I completed in preparing for my kitchen remodel. Supplies used: Sander deglosser 1 can of Kona wood stain 1 angled brush 1 roller brush painter's tape See renovations video : How to whitewash your stone fireplace" https://youtu.be/WB0WkrJmwH0 Be sure to subscribe for more DIY updates!! Follow me on social media: IG @Be_Ravishing FB: https://www.facebook.com/be.ravishing.10 Email: email@example.com
Watch the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mz8l5nSyKkU Host Kevin O'Connor helps a homeowner refinish his kitchen cabinets. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Shopping List for How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets Without Stripping: - Cabinet refinishing kit - Latex gloves, to protect your hands - Masking tape and felt-tip marker, to label cabinet doors and drawers. - Nylon fiber scouring pad, for applying the deglosser - Plastic-lined canvas drop cloths, to protect surfaces during refinishing - Cotton rags Tools List for How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets Without Stripping: - Cordless drill - Screwdriver - Putty knife, to scrape bumpers from cabinet doors - 2-inch-wide synthetic-bristle paintbrush, used to apply the bond coat and topcoat Steps for How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets Without Stripping: 1. Make a sketch of the kitchen cabinets, then identify each door and drawer with a number. 2. Place a small strip of masking tape onto each door and drawer, then mark the strips with the corresponding number shown on the sketch. 3. Use a cordless drill to unscrew all the doors from the cabinets. 4. Unscrew and remove the door hinges. 5. Remove all the drawers from the cabinets. 6. Use a putty knife to scrape any rubber bumpers from the back side of the doors. 7. Unpeel the tape from one of the doors and then scrub its surface with a scouring pad dampened with deglosser. (If any doors or face frames have a coating of greasy, oily residue, wash them clean with hot, soapy water prior to deglossing.) 8. Wipe down the door with a cotton rag soaked in clean water.[BR] 9. Dry the door with a clean, dry cotton rag, then flip the door over. 10. Repeat the previous two steps to degloss the back surface of the door. 11. Cover appliances and counters with plastic-lined canvas drop cloths. 12. Use the scouring pad and deglosser to scrub the surfaces of the face frames on the upper and lower cabinets. 13. Wash the face frames clean with a water-soaked rag, then wipe the frames dry. 14. Wait one hour before proceeding. 15. Remove all the drawer faces, then degloss and wash each one. 16. Protect the wall around the cabinets and all other adjacent surfaces with masking tape. 17. Use a 2-inch-wide synthetic-bristle paintbrush to apply the first bond coat to all the cabinet doors, drawers, and face frames. 18. Allow the first bond coat to dry for 2 hours. 19. Flip over the doors and apply a bond coat to their back surfaces. Wait another two hours. 20. Repeat the previous three steps to apply a second bond coat to both sides of each door and to the drawer faces and face frames. 21. Brush on the protective top coat of polyurethane to all surfaces of the doors, drawers, and face frames. Allow the top coat to dry for 12 hours. 22. Screw the hinges back onto the doors, then mount the doors to the cabinets. 23. Install the door pulls. 24. Reattach the drawer faces and slide the drawers back into the cabinets. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=EHowatHomeChannel Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/EHowatHomeChannel Stripping the stain from wood is something you might do during the restoration of a piece. Find out how to strip stain from wood with help from a 46-year-old master precision craftsman in this free video clip. Expert: Todd Languell Filmmaker: Todd Languell Series Description: Repairing furniture can take an old, damaged piece and make it look as good as new again. Get tips that you can use when repairing the various pieces of furniture in your home with help from a 46-year-old master precision craftsman in this free video series.
Simple and fast method to prepare glossy surfaces for painting McCaw Painting - North Columbus/Central Ohio 100 years combined experience. Residential painting and remodel. firstname.lastname@example.org
Paint strippers are used to remove old paint from surfaces in order to apply new paint. Choose a good paint stripper to make it an easy process with tips from a heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) certified home repairman in this free video on home repair. Expert: James Drew Contact: www.jnchomerepair.com Bio: James Drew is the owner and president of JNC Home Repair in Austin, TX. Drew is also an HVAC certified tech with more than two decades experience in plumbing, masonry, and carpentry. Filmmaker: Todd Green
This one-step stain and finish product transforms furniture without the need for stripping the old finish. Visit Ron Hazelton's website for more home improvement projects: http://www.ronhazelton.com/