How To Distressed Kitchen Cabinets
Distressed kitchen cabinets – Crackle Paint is a material used to make cabinets and furniture in a distressed, aged look. Cracks paint dries, cracks and any upper-layer paint is applied. If you want to refinish cabinets covered in crackle paint, you need to remove it, or show through the new coat of paint. A semi-paste paint stripper loosen enough that you can scrape with a spatula.
Remove the handles of the cabinets with a screwdriver. Remove the hinges and cabinets sit on a flat surface. Brush a thick layer of semi-paste stripper 1/8 inch cabinets, working on 2 foot by 3 foot sections at a time. Apply all strokes in the same direction. Look at the closet to see when the separator has loosened the crackle paint to make distressed kitchen cabinets. Rales become less defined and smooth parts wrinkling. Place a spatula on the face of the cabinet and pull it toward you, keeping contact between the blade and the cabinet. This will leave the loose paint crunch. Repeat with the next section of the box, and each door. When you finished to distressed kitchen cabinets, sand the rough edges with sandpaper grain 120.