Painting Laminate Furniture: Follow These Essential Steps!

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Painting laminate furniture – Surely in some room of the house we have some. The shoe rack, the gallery cupboards, the Ikea shelves, the kitchen doors, the bathroom furniture. They are practical and cheap, but you only find them in standard colors. They are very unoriginal or with wood imitations that are not very flattering. Here we have the need to paint melamine. When we have made the decision that we want to paint melamine furniture, knowing that it is not a porous surface. Any paint we use will be repelled. Follow these essential steps, we will give a perfect result that lasts a long time. It is very important that the products. Any surface to be paint must be clean of grease. For a more comfortable work we must remove hardware and hinges and store them in a glass jar so as not to lose any screws or accessories.

As we are going to paint later, you can use any product on the market. Since it does not matter that it deteriorates the brightness or yellows it. If we have faults of melamine sheet or we want to change the handles, now is the time to put the caulking and cover the holes and faults, before the next step. The primer serves to facilitate the adherence of the paint to the surfaces that we are going to painting laminate furniture, melamine, glass, metal, are non-porous materials and in them it is essential to use it to avoid that with the friction and the use the paint is lifted or wear. Once the surface has been primed, we can begin to color the furniture, with a roller, the surface will be smooth and we will be able to give effects to the finish.

I always prefer an enamel to the water , they resist the same and they are not toxic, which allows me to paint indoors, we must use special universal glazes for wood. It is not recommend that you use wall paint or metal painting laminate furniture. Whether we choose to paint with a brush or with a roller or gun. It is very important to pass a fine coat of sandpaper to the primer . And then to the paint between layers. With a 180 or 140 grit sponge sandpaper , we remove all the impurities from the paint. As well as any hair that the roller could have left or the dust that has accumulated during the drying.