Black bathroom cabinet – The bathrooms are among the most private spaces – but they are also on the public perception when we have overnight guests or have fun. If your bathroom cabinet looks a little bit bad or tired, pin them with a shiny new layer of color. It’s a job that you can fill in a weekend and will enjoy for many years to come.
Buy your paint and primer. If you’re black bathroom cabinet is made of messy wood or has stains that can bleed through your new color, buy a stain-suppressing or “blocking” primer. You must choose between oil-based and latex paint. Latex paint is an attractive choice because it dries quickly; mold is resistant, low odor and cleans up with water. Choose a shine or satin paint for extra durability. Prepare your work area by adding paintings to drop cloths or magazines on the floor and any nearby furniture.
Remove all cabinets, drawers, shelves and hardware using a screwdriver. Clean all surfaces that you plan to paint. Most black bathroom cabinet becomes clean with a general detergent. Too many dirty or oily surfaces, you can use tri-sodium phosphate (TSP). TSP is a hard chemical, so be sure to carefully follow all instructions for use. Rinse all surfaces with water and allow them to dry thoroughly. Scratch any loose or flaking color, using a color scratch.