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-Masking tape AND painter’s tape (you could just use painter’s tape, I use masking tape because it’s cheap at Dollar Tree…so in other words, painter’s tape is expensive, so I only use it when I absolutely have to) This is probably the least fun step, but you must protect your floors, counters, walls, tiles, or any area that may get stain on it.
The most important thing is that you must buy this specific stain-- everything else you can substitute as needed.
If you have greasy/grimy kitchen cabinets, I'd recommend a deglosser or TSP.
I think I make a pretty good case for why someone would want to paint everything just for the sake of freshening up the place rather than waiting on the true demo and remodeling to begin. Maybe we haven’t covered this before, but I’m first. In all fairness, this painting product from the Rust-oleum crew has only sixteen color options. Not only that, but the paint would not require priming if I were painting over laminate (which I was) and would stick to just about ) I found that the paint stick really came in handy on this project. ), I had read that the paint consistency would be important if the temps were going to drop lower as the paint dried (per the can’s instructions, you should only use this product when temps are between 50 and 90 degrees for three days in a row).I used the Lysol dual action wipes because one side is scrubby and the other side is smooth.Basically you want to make sure to get any grime, dust, gooey stuff, dirt, etc. Now, my vanity is obviously in a bathroom, so this step was quick and easy for me.Shortly after moving in, I experimented with countertop paint in my kitchen. The kitchen ceiling was orange from years of smoke damage; the floor was yellowed linoleum.See step by step what this product looks like, get the DIY tutorial, and see what it looks like now! I’m not even going to try to make a pun about this. The fridge was filthy and I found one of those lovely fingernails you’ve heard me whine so much about.
possible after reading this post from Brooklyn Limestone. But much to my surprise, this particular countertop paint product wasn’t $200; it was more like $20. I found that the color separated from the tint base quite easily (I’d only bought the paint two days before painting), so stirring it up was key.