From GF University at https://generalfinishes.com/. Learn how to makeover old kitchen cabinets and woodwork with a light paint, and spray them like a pro.
GENERAL FINISHES STAIN BLOCKER
GENERAL FINISHES MILK PAINT: Antique White
Spray painting your kitchen cabinets and woodwork is a quick and easy way to update the look of your home. Before painting, ensure best results by following General Finishes's POWER PREP CLEAN STEPS on high-use areas, such as existing kitchen cabinets, tabletops, or anywhere there is heavy "hand traffic" and accumulated oils or grime.
POWER PREP CLEAN STEPS:
1. Scrub with a strong degreasing detergent first and rinse thoroughly.
2. Second scrub with 50:50 mix of denatured alcohol and water.
3. Light sand with a 220-300 sanding pad (our preferred method) or #400-grit sandpaper.
4. Apply two coats of General Finishes Stain Blocker to prevent stain, tannin or aniline dye bleed-through before paint.
Although GF uses many kinds of spray equipment, we show how well the affordable Earlex 5500 Spray System performs. It's a great way to enter into the world of smoother finishes and faster production times. Matt "Blue Eyes" Basford sprayed with a 2.0mm (0.08") stainless steel tip and needle.
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