Paint and revive your older oak wood kitchen cabinets
Are your oak wood cabinets still in great condition, but look a little outdated? Thanks to our powerful proprietary primer, we can paint your oak wood cabinets to give your kitchen a fresh, new look. Not only does our primer promote maximum adhesion on oak, it also results in full, opaque color coverage whether you envision a neutral, bright or bold color for your kitchen renovation.
Customize the grain finish of your oak kitchen cabinets
If you’d like to hide the grain in your oak kitchen cabinets for a smoother look, we formulated just the product! Our wood grain filler is 2.5 times thicker than conventional fillers, capable of hiding even deep-set grain using less coats, which saves time and money. The result is a more modern, uniform finish on your oak cabinets.
Our primer for oak kitchen cabinets eliminates tannin bleed
Tannin bleed occurs when the natural compounds in the oak leach though the paint film and onto the surface, resulting in blotchy discoloration and stains. Our exclusive primer effectively seals the oak surface and acts as a barrier between the oak and the topcoat. It even contains a chemical compound that neutralizes the tannins in the wood to prevent the leaching process from occurring.
We had the orange oak cabinets that were popular in the 90’s & had them repainted. Love the new look! I would recommend Spray-Net to anyone looking to upgrade their cabinets on a budget!Sheila Enright
Browse through FAQs about our kitchen cabinet painting services
How much will it cost to Spray-Net my kitchen?
The cost to Spray-Net your kitchen depends on several factors:
- The number of cabinets, shelves, and drawers.
- Whether we are painting the interior shelving of your kitchen (most are white and remain white).
- The extent of repairs.
- Whether wood grain needs to be filled.
The average cost of a project is around $4250. Since we don’t transport your cabinets to and from a paint shop, we’re slightly less expensive than most conventional cabinet painters. When it comes to purchasing new kitchen cabinets, we’re around 65% less than the cost of replacement. To get a ballpark quote for your kitchen, use our kitchen cabinet pricing calculator.
Can you get rid of the grain in my wood/oak cabinets?
Yes, but depending on how deep-set your grain is, upon close inspection you may still see a slight grain in the finish. Our grain filler is 2.5 times thicker than conventional fillers, so we’ll get as close as one can get to a uniform, smooth finish on your wood cabinets.
I’m torn between painting and replacing. What should I do?
It boils down to these considerations.
- If you want to change the design and layout of your kitchen, replace.
- If your cabinets aren’t in good condition and you don’t want to change the layout of your kitchen, reface.
- If your cabinets are still in good condition and you don’t want to change the layout, Spray-Netting your kitchen or bathroom cabinets is by far the most cost-effective option.
What is your warranty for kitchen cabinets?
We offer a 15-year no-peel warranty with only a few exclusions due to the nature of cabinet materials and usage. Although our kitchen cabinet paint cures to a very hard finish, just like the paint on a new car, it can be chipped and scratched. While our paint is durable, it’s durable within reason and therefore, we can’t warranty against all damage: while we love ‘em, we can’t warranty against the damage caused by say, toddlers! If you happen to scratch or chip your cabinets, we’ll provide you with a touch-up bottle just in case! If requested, we can refinish the cabinet at a charge. Wood damage that can cause paint to peel is out of our control, since the same would also happen with brand-new wood cabinets. Proper air flow will avoid this from happening. Under normal conditions, our coating will last as long, if not longer, as any coating on brand-new kitchen cabinets. Usage, environment, and care will be the biggest determinants of the effects of “wear and tear”.
Do you do repairs before painting? I have some chips and scratches on my kitchen cabinets.
Yes! We can repair chips and scratches with our, high-build wood filler. We also apply a proprietary primer to your cabinets and sand them before spraying our topcoat to minimize the appearance of chips and scratches.
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