I loved how quickly I could get the drawers done. Because you water the paint down and spray thin layers, they dry fast! I was able to get the drawers completely primed and three to four coats of paint on in one day. I decided to do one more light sanding then a last coat of paint, otherwise, I could have installed them. They probably didn’t need to be sanded one last time, I just wanted them to be super smooth.
I was a little nervous painting the kitchen cabinets myself with the Critter sprayer because I had never sprayed anything before. But, from the first pass, it left a really nice factory like finish. I was in love with this little thing!
It was tempting to spray heavier passes to get it done on the first or second swipe. When I went back to get the edge, I must have had too much paint on the front, because I got a little run. So, I learned quickly that less was better. The run wasn’t too much of a problem and sanded out easily afterwards.
Overall, I am really happy with the finish appearance! As I was painting the kitchen cabinets, I was thinking of all of the things, I wanted to paint with this little critter! Yep, adding more things to that incredibly long to do list!
Have you ever painted kitchen cabinets? How did you like the outcome?
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