Our cabinet painting process has evolved through extensive trial and error, and we know you will be blown away when you see what we can do with your cabinets. We begin by removing all the cabinets and laying them on a flat surface. After removing all handles and extraneous fixtures, our painters clean the cabinets using an all-purpose cleaner, but will gladly use a different solution upon request. Once the cabinets have dried, we thoroughly sand them down and apply two coats of primer for a smooth finish. The rest of the process requires a lot of waiting for paint to dry and other preparatory steps, but we end up applying two to three coats using a paint sprayer. Applying paint by brush is available upon request, but tends to show more lines than a sprayer.