Tuscan kitchen cabinets – You can create a Tuscan kitchen scene by lacquering your cabinets, using specialized glazes. An icing is a thin coating that allows the use of different techniques on the walls and wood surfaces such as antiquing, sponging and Tuscan style. Find these glazes on hardware and painting delivery stores. Practice pours the technique on an additional piece of plaster or cardboard before using it on the wall to make sure you have movements down.
DIY painting Tuscan kitchen cabinets, tape from the areas where the wall meets the cabinet using the painter tape. Place a drop of cloth on the worktops and floor surfaces to catch any spillage. Place another drop of cloth in a large open area where you want to paint your closets and drawers. Remove hardware from drawers and closets and place in plastic storage bags if you intend to use them again later.
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Mix a solution of TSP and hot water after package instructions. Clean the Tuscan kitchen cabinets frames, doors and drawers with a sponge or washcloth to remove grease and dirt buildup. Rinse the cabinets with a washcloth dipped in clean water and allow them to dry completely. Use a paint roller to apply base coat color to cabinet frames, doors and drawer fronts. Too difficult to reach areas, use a small nylon brush. Allow basic paint to dry a day before proceeding. Mix the Tuscan glaze and top coat together according to the instructions glaze.