When painting cabinets, how do I get a really smooth look?

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I have used a really fine brush and you can still see the brush strokes. Frustrated!

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  • Jodi strasburg Jodi strasburg on Nov 28, 2017
    use a small foam roller. You won't have any brush strokes. For furniture and cabinets I use about a 4 inch roller. I get the kind that the ends are rounded. It should look great!
  • Shelia Shelia on Nov 28, 2017
    Try using chalk paint 2 coats after paint dries use sanding pad, I use one that is foam purple on sanding side is superfine, the back side is grey foam and can be used buff if you use wax helps it shine. I have done this on cabinets as well came out great. Also when using chalk paint dip brush in water just a little every so often makes the paint go on smoother as well.
  • Ruby Ruby on Nov 28, 2017
    buy a Electric sprayer! Works great!
    • Sharon Hart Sharon Hart on Nov 29, 2017
      I tried a sprayer, I managed to spray everything else as well. I spent more time cleaning the sprayer which I think was to be used for walls and not smaller projects
  • William William on Nov 29, 2017
    I agree with Jodi. I use a foam roller and foam brush.
  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Nov 29, 2017
    I also used a foam roller for beautiful results- keep us posted, good luck :)
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