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Choosing the Right Cabinet Solution Don’t Replace, Don’t Reface – Renew with N-Hance. If you’ve had your wood cabinets for years and want to restore their original life and luster then N-Hance is an option for you. N-Hance is the most affordable and usually the quickest way to bring life back into dreary looking cabinets. An older, well-worn set of cabinets may appear to be in such bad condition that they need to be completely replaced or sanded down and refaced. But unless you want a completely different layout, N-Hance may be the right solution. The Smart Alternative to Cabinet Painters Many professional cabinet painters apply a layer or two of paint to change the color and call it a day. N-Hance’s process, on the other hand, does more than just cover up an old look with a new one. N-Hance thoroughly cleans and primes the cabinets, ensuring the best adhesive surface. Unlike traditional cabinet painters who often leave the grain of the wood exposed, N-Hance offers a solution that will cover the grain and give your cabinets a cleaner, on-trend appearance. And while it can take over a week for cabinet painters to complete their work and let it dry, our Lightspeed® process cures the finish immediately! Learn how N-Hance can help by visiting our cabinet painting page here. N-Hance Cabinet Renewal Options Basic Renewal – The Basic Cabinet Renewal job requires no color shift or color change and like the classic floor job, has minimal wear on the wood surface. Grease and dirt are easily removed and touch-up is performed quickly and timely. You will really love the convenience, along with the shine and luster this service will bring to your tired cabinets. Items can be left in the cabinets and drawers without interfering with the work. Unlike traditional cabinet refacing, most basic jobs are completed in one day, which is both economic and convenient Color Shift – The cabinet Color Shift slightly warms the tone of the wood without covering the wood grain. Color Shifts are generally performed to remove the yellowing look wood gets from aged oil based finishes. This is a great if you want a little darker tone to your cabinets. This option can really warm up a kitchen and give it a new look. The Color Shift is a great service to restore any sun-faded areas. This service typically takes 2-3 days to complete. Color Change – The complete Color Change on cabinets involves a much more dramatic effect. Often the change will involve going from a golden oak or whitewash finish to a cherry, walnut or black tone. Our process far surpasses the results you’ll get from cabinet painters. Simply select any sample cabinet color or finish style in the Design Center and N-Hance can generally match it. A Color Change takes 3-5 days to complete. Color Options Many kitchen cabinet painters offer a variety of colors, but N-Hance offers hundreds of different refinishing options, so you can find the perfect color to match your own style. If that seems overwhelming to you, we are more than happy to help you choose the color that best fits your kitchen. Before we refinish your cabinets, we will walk you through each step of the process and make sure that you are perfectly satisfied with your selection.
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Kitchen Cabinet Sprayers

If you’ve decided to spray paint your kitchen cabinets, you’ll want to buy a special sprayer to make it easier. If you try to do this job with basic cans of spray paint, your pointer finger will be sore in no time. Talk to the paint experts at your local hardware store about HVLP (high volume, low pressure) sprayers, which will give you much more control over the spray. This type of sprayer has a dial that allows you to use a targeted spray for nooks and crannies or a broader spray when you’re covering the cabinets. HVLP sprayers are on the expensive side, so look for one that can hook up to an air compressor.
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Ultimate-How-To-Original_Paint-Cabinet-sanded-doors_s4x3 Closeup of kitchen cabinet doors after they were sanded. Ultimate-How-To-Original_Paint-Cabinet-prime-door-03_s4x3 Closeup of roller brush being used to prime the cabinet door. Painting Inside of Cabinets This project can take the better part of a weekend, but if done right, your kitchen will look brand new, and you’ll add value to your home. Ultimate-How-To-Original_Paint-Cabinet-second-coat_s4x3 Amy paints the edges of the cabinet door with a second coat of paint.
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Don’t Desert Your Island If you love your kitchen cabinets, but want to add some interest to the space for very little money and time, consider changing the color of your island. This has been a popular design element for years and is showing no signs of changing anytime soon. Paint it, stain it a darker color or clad it in beadboard. You could even put corbels under the breakfast bar for added dimension and inexpensive customization. Are You Both Worn Out? These kitchen cabinets are hopefully in worse shape than yours, but they’re not that uncommon. If you like the style of your existing cabinets, they’re still functioning well or new ones aren’t in the budget right now, paint is your friend here. Choose a color that complements the other elements in the room and get ready to go from “ow” to “wow!” Check out the next picture to see just how amazing this low-cost solution can look. Acquaint Yourself With Paint A fresh kitchen is just a few days’ elbow grease away. Prep work and light, even coats are the keys to a successful paint job. Take the time to sand the surfaces until smooth, caulk as needed and try using pieces of a brown paper bag to “sand” between coats. It smooths and knocks down the high spots without dulling/removing as much paint as sandpaper so you don’t have to be quite so careful. Ready For a Change This kitchen could be Anywhere, USA, and might remind you of yours. Let’s say you have a bigger budget and it’s time for some changes, but new cabinets aren’t one of them. Repurposing them by changing their color and focusing on other areas that’ll give you a big bang for your buck is a smart way to go. Look to the following picture for inspiration. More Bang For the Buck This kitchen’s renewed darker cabinets, new backsplash and stainless steel appliances all combine to make it into a welcoming space with minimal hassle and mess. Keeping the same layout, cabinets and flooring made it possible to put the dollars into the higher-end appliances people expect these days and to add texture with the tile backsplash — all ideas you can consider if your kitchen’s not to your taste. Not-So-Bright White This kitchen’s beige/whitewashed cabinet color makes the white countertops and walls look dull. That isn’t what anyone wants in a space that should be clean and fresh for cooking and eating. If you’re ready for a change and crave color, check out the next picture to see how adding a new hue to just the cabinets transformed this kitchen. For Those Who Crave Color New molding along the top of the stock cabinets and N-HANCE® wood renewal in blue make the entire kitchen look unique, bright and white, even though the countertops and walls didn’t change. When you’re ready to update your kitchen cabinets, consider all your color options and don’t be afraid to make a bold statement.
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Kitchen Cabinet Sprayers

I love how your cabinets turned out; they're beautiful. I'm curious about the sprayer–I've read some reviews on other sprayers before and people complain about the overspray. Did you find that to be the case with this one? I would like to set up shop in our basement like you did, but although it's unfinished, I would still be a little nervous to get paint everywhere. Were you able to keep that to a minimum? You've breathed new life into my motivation to get going on our kitchen, and have pretty much convinced me to buy that sprayer!!
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LRaeNovember 4, 2015 at 1:08 PMyour paint job is lovely! I love sprayers too. Good idea to start spraying before your piece. I'm wondering is you finished with a polycrylic coat. I've had fantastic success with the Critter spray gun. It uses a mason jar of all things, and only costs about $40. It does a fantastic job too. I've done lots and lots of big pieces of furniture with it. Once I started spraying I'll never go back to a brush. It's so much better, and faster, and easier!ReplyDelete
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I'm curious about the sprayer–I've read some reviews on other sprayers before and people complain about the overspray. Did you find that to be the case with this one? I would like to set up shop in our basement like you did, but although it's unfinished, I would still be a little nervous to get paint everywhere. Were you able to keep that to a minimum?

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