How Do You Paint Over Mdf Thermofoil Cabinets?
Thermofoil cabinets have become the go-to update for kitchen remodeling on a strict budget and time restriction. They’re cheap, require no mess, and are easy to clean. But when you want to update again, a painting job is required. Painting thermofoil is like painting plastic — preparing the surface before applying paint is key to success. With the right plastic primer and some hard sanding, you can have your thermofoil cabinets ready for a fresh new coat of paint. All it takes is some hard work and a free weekend. Disassemble the cabinets as much as possible with a screwdriver. Remove any knobs, doors and drawer fronts that you can. It will make sanding and painting much easier and efficient. Wipe down the cabinets with a clean rag soaked in hot water and mild dish detergent to remove any dirt and grime that could damage the final finish of your paint job. Dry the cabinets with a separate clean rag. Sand the cabinets with a 220-sanding block or sandpaper to remove any finishes and to