The first thing we look to do when arriving to start painting a kitchen is to speak with the clients to make sure we have all the correct colour details and contact details if necessary,
If there is an area we can you use to store our tools and materials. We then set out about protecting all the areas of the kitchen not to be painted. We then remove all handles and catches from the kitchen and either label or store so as to know what goes back where.
We then fully rubdown the primer coats that have been applied in the factory by a spray process and filler any fixing holes and caulk any cracks and joins then refill and caulk a second time if necessary.
The next part of the process is to wipe the surface with a tack cloth to remove any residue left from filling and rubbing down. We apply two coats of Oil Based eggshell to the surfaces lightly rubbing down between coats.
Once the paint has dried we run over to check there are no misses or issues and rectify and touch up where necessary.
The final stage is to replace all the handles and catches and clean any paint that may have been transferred onto hinges then remove all protection masking and have a general clean up.