As with all paint projects, good preparation will make the whole process a lot simpler and give you the exceptional results that you are looking to achieve.
Start by removing all your hardware – taking care to keep your handles and drawer pulls in a safe place. Have a think about whether these could be cleaned up with some metal polish or perhaps even given their own mini refresh with one of our Artisan Spray Paints. Another option is to invest in new hardware which can really help to create a brand new look and feel. In this instance, you may need to fill and sand the current holes ready for the new.
It's easier to paint kitchen cupboards doors when they have been removed from the cabinetry. This allows for easy access to all surfaces and details. Keep all hinges and screws in a safe place for later. You can also draw a quick sketch of your kitchen and label the doors near the hinge spot which will make the re-fit process a lot simpler at the end.
If your cupboard doors are currently bare wood then you’ll need to seal any knots which will help to produce a nice smooth finish. Again, if the doors are bare wood, you’ll need to apply one coat of Craig & Rose 1829 Undercoat in order to prime the surface ready for painting.