Sunday, December 30, 2012

How to Paint Kitchen Lime Green

Paint supplies
By Gary Boutin

Supplies and Tools:
Clear plastic
Newspapers  
Lime green Paint
Painters tape 
Painter's tarps
Paint brushes
Roller cover 9-inch
Roller frame

Mrs. Black lives in Vista, California, wanted her kitchen painted in a wild color. She had the kitchen painted white for 10 years and she decided to paint it lime green.

This post shows the fourteen steps to painting a kitchen lime green.

Step 1: Tape all the electrical outlets in the kitchen.
Step 2: Fig.1 shows the windows and baseboards.
Fig.1 Tape baseboard 
with blue tape
Step 3: Fig.2 shows clear plastics tarps on the kitchen cabinets and newspapers on the floors. Painter's tarp was placed on the floor to protect against paint drips.
Fig.2 Place newspapers 
on the counters
Step 4: Fig.3 shows the cutting around all the outlets and knife rack. Cutting refers to paint around the room, and any object that a roller can not go around. 
Fig.3 Tape wall knife rack
Step 5: Fig.4 shows your the paint we purchased for the kitchen.
Fig.4 Paint around knife rack
Step 6: Fig.5 shows the cutting the room ceiling and around all the windows.
Fig.5 Trim around the top of 
the wall and window edges
Step 7: Fig.6, fig.7 and fig.8 shows all the walls of the kitchen painted in lime green and Mrs. Black is very happy with her new kitchen.
Fig.6 Right side finished
Fig.7 Kitchen painted
Fig.8 Back door finished





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