Repainting Bathroom Cabinets- Quick and EASY

This was one of the fastest mini makeover's ever- repainting the old bathroom cabinets white for a fresh updated look. I used Primer and Sealer, which doesn't require sanding first. I wish I had tried it sooner!
Flaking varnish, water damage, and paint smudges. Gotta go!
Before and After- bathroom cabinet repaint
I used Primer and Sealer, it doesn't require sanding beforehand, so easy. (I ended up sanding mine a bit where the varnish was flaking off and the wood was uneven.)

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3 of 11 questions
  • Mars
    on Aug 3, 2018


  • Deb
    on Oct 11, 2018

    Where is your supply list?

  • Janelle Rose
    on Dec 22, 2018

    So my cabinets are in pretty good shape and smooth. What kind of primer should I use?

    • Peabers
      on Jul 22, 2019

      Ask your local paint store, or Home Depot or Lowe’s if you are buying your paint there. (I always go to a couple of places and talk to a couple different people first because you tend to get a little more info and tips that way.

      Im getting ready to do this in my dad’s kitchen!

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