Is it time to refinish your kitchen cabinets? If your kitchen cabinets need some updating and or repairs, you will need to decide the outcome of your kitchen cabinets. The current modern trend is a to paint the kitchen cabinets. The most popular color for painted kitchen cabinets are gray and white. However, there are those who still love the beauty of natural wood and a rich color to stain the wood. When refinishing your kitchen cabinets, you must decide to stain or to paint. L.W. Winslow Painting, Inc will share what to know about painting and staining your kitchen cabinets, to better help you decide which one you want to do for your updated kitchen cabinets.
Is Painting Kitchen Cabinets a Good Idea?
If you want a more modern look to your kitchen, then the current and modern trend is painting the kitchen cabinets. Some people simply like the look of painted cabinets. When painting your kitchen cabinets, you remove the wood grain and knots and create a solid surface. When it comes to painting the kitchen cabinets, you have a near endless selection of colors to choose from. Painting the cabinets helps to provide a water resistant surface that makes wiping them clean easy. The paint can easily last for ten years or more with proper care. However, when painting the kitchen cabinets, there is a bit more cost and you will need to repair any flaws, nicks or scratches that are in the wood. When painting the kitchen cabinets, you do not need to do as much sanding as you would if you were staining the kitchen cabinet. You only need to remove the loose stain and sand the wood down to a smooth finish. You will want to make sure to use the proper paint and that you take the time to seal the paint to ensure a clear and better protected surface. When painting the kitchen cabinets, there is little room for mistakes, so to ensure quality results, consider seeking a professional painting service.
Is Staining Kitchen Cabinets Worth It?
For those who love the natural beauty of wood and love the character that knots and the wood grain gives your kitchen cabinets, you will want to stain the wood versus painting them. Staining the wood gives a much more natural appearance. Stain also goes a long way and often you save money when staining the cabinets. When staining the wood, you often do not have to stain it again for about thirty years with proper care. Stain looks great and lasts a very long time. One of the down sides of staining wood, is that blemishes and damages can be easily seen. However, touching up damages can be easily corrected if they occur on stained wood. Like paint, stained wood surfaces do better with a sealer to help protect the surface from spills, grease and water damage.
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When it comes to determining whether staining or painting is better, they both have value. When it comes to which one you choose, it will be up to you and the look you like. If you need help refinishing your kitchen cabinets, contact L.W. Winslow Painting, Inc and schedule our services today.