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Painting kitchen cabinets can turn a horrible kitchen into a beautiful kitchen. This can be done for pennies on the dollar compared to getting new cabinets. Many looks can be achieved from flat to shiny or natural colors to modern contemporary colors. This is a step by step method to changing your kitchen into the kitchen of your dreams. It’s actually quite easy to paint kitchen cabinets. If you are in the area and would like your cabinets painted professionally please check out our Cabinet Painting Page How To Prep The Cabinets Clean the cabinets of all sur..

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Choosing colors from a paint swatch is an all around difficult task. Starting with the fact that your paints are tinted with maybe 12 to 30 colors while the color chips are printed in 4, 5 or maybe even 8 color system which almost guarantee some difference in every paint color. At Grants Painting we find mostly the stunning white border that they sometimes use, throws your perception off when comparing shades. If you have a gallon of paint and you need to adjust it, this article will be your new go to guide. So here we go, put on your open minded thinking cap. First..

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Setting up and proficiently using an airless paint sprayer makes painting easy. Here we explain how we choose to operate and set up our airless paint sprayers. Grants Painting is an Indianapolis painter. The Main Parts Of Your Airless Paint Sprayer Pump Inlet hose and prime hose There are three hoses coming out of the sprayer. One obviously goes to the gun. The other two are your inlet and prime hose. The large one is the suction hose that sucks the paint out of the can. The smaller hose coming out of the the valve area is the prime hose. Pump Filter This is usu..

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There are so many primers on the market today. Its hard to know when to use the best one. Or when to use a primer at all. Now there is even Paint and Primer in One. Why Use a Primer? – Simple. The primer allows for the top coat to dry like it was intended to. When the topcoat dries by the liquids soaking in to the surface, this pulls out the solvents in the wrong way and the paint dries too fast. Also the solvents that soak into the drywall typically damage the drywall. Primers meant for drywall don’t have solvents that mess with the drywall so much. Different ..

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