Special Guest Tutorial by Nest, Nesting NestedHave you ever looked at your cabinets and thought about refinishing them, but don’t know how or where to start? That is exactly how I felt for the first few years that I lived in my house. One day I decided I was going to do it…paint and refinish my cabinets. I didn’t know how or even if they would turn out, but I knew I was going to try and am so glad I did.
I just finished my cabinet in my downstairs half bathroom that I have been working on for the past few days. It was a lot of work, but well worth it.
*Martha Stewart “Heavy Cream” paint
*Paint brushes and paint roller
* Wipe-on Poly *Valspar glaze in “Mocha”
You’re almost done now…the glaze is so easy to apply. All you need to do is either wipe or brush a coat of glaze on, wait a minute or two and wipe some, most, or all of it off depending on how worn you want it to look.
The directions on the back of the glaze say to wait one week after glazing to apply a clear protective coat. I used a wipe-on polyurethane.