I'm in the process of repainting my oak cabinets. I'm already exhausted
just trying to do the primer. Working with oak itself is already bad
enough. I have to load the brush with lots of paint to fill the grains.
But, not so much that it's accumulate in the creases. On top of that, the
cabinets have lots of trims and arches. It's a never ending story just to
get a good coverage. I still have 21 more doors to go. Sigh.... :(
My contractor has offered to lend me his spray equipment :). I'm going to
spray paint all the doors and drawers to speed up the process. I can get a
good coverage with spraying and no sanding inbetween coats because spraying
is going to be smooth, right??? And, I might even get away with only one
coat of primer.
I'm using the 100% acrylic BEHR paint from Home Depot and Zinsser Bullseye
1-2-3 water-based primer. Are those good enough for spray paint?
thx in advance