Kitchen Cabinet Painting

Our Kitchen Cabinet Painting Process

First, we mask off the work area thoroughly.

Next, we remove or mask off the sink hardware.

After that, we set up our fume exhauster to control dust & odor.

Then we remove all caulk & silicone surrounding the sink.

The next step is to aggressively clean the entire sink surface.

After which we make any necessary repairs to the sink surface.

Next, we thoroughly sand the entire sink surface.

Then we generously apply the bonding agent to the surface.

After that, we spray 1-2 coats of primer to the sink surface.

Then we spray 2-3 topcoats of finish to the sink surface.

Once dry we remove all masking materials & haul away all trash.

We promise to leave the work area cleaner than we found it.

Most sinks can be refinished in 4 to 6 hours in 1 appointment.

You can use your like-new sink 2 to 4 hours after we leave.

Your sink will be covered by our 10 Year Refinishing Warranty.


Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: What if my sink has been refinished before?

A: Your sink can definitely be refinished again. Depending on the condition of your sink it may require additional sanding or prep work.

Q: What if I have a chip in my sink?

A: That is no problem! We can definitely repair any cracks, chips, or holes in your sink.

Q: What kind of sinks can you refinish?

A: We can refinish Bowl Sinks, Cast Iron Sinks, Ceramic Sinks, Cultured Marble Sinks, Farm Sinks, Kitchen Sinks, Pedestal Sinks, Porcelain Sinks, Vanity Tops, etc.

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