Resurfaced kitchen cabinets
There are lots of ideas here that you might like:
Are your cabinets wood or laminate?
Here is some info for both that I hope will help
Whatever you do, don’t skimp on the prep work and make sure they’re squeaky clean.
I would never put a mat or a flat finish paint on them, because it’s not scrubbable. That includes chalk paint sorry.
If you’re going to paint them, which is very popular here in this forum, then make sure you buy a paint that is labeled for kitchen and bath use.
Check out these ideas: https://www.hometalk.com/search/posts?filter=kitchen%20cabinets
Here's the step by step of how my mom and I over a few days painted out her dark wood cabinets to white: https://www.hometalk.com/15402859/my-mom-s-kitchen-makeover
I used tsp cleaner, kilz primer, and Benjamin Moore advance alkyl paint applied with a foam roller. It has been very durable these four years so far!
Hardware stores are selling easy application paint that you can use for your cabinets. It will be good to bring a door to the stores with to detect kind of wood to make your painting life easier. You may also use some stain too ... Post some pictures so we can help more
Remove handles, Rub, down timber and then undercoat and top coat. Best wishes
I used a kit by Rust-Oleum called Cabinet Transformations to paint my cabinets. You can see how I did it here: https://www.flippingtheflip.com/2015/09/kitchen-cabinets-black.html
You could apply Contact if you just want a fresh look and don't want to paint.
Hello Jimbobk, I love chalk paint for this job, it looks fantastic and is very forgiving on dents and dings.
Hope this helps https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktBXOi9_vXo
Hello Jimbobk, here is my fave, chalk paint, it's forgiving on dents and dings as weel, hope it helps you,