What Causes Your Cabinets To Peel Paint
Surface for Dirty Painting
One of the most common causes of paint peeling, bubbling, or cracking is that the surface was not adequately prepared before painting by brushing, sanding, and removing grease and dust. Dust, dirt and grime accumulate over time on walls, floors, and cabinets, and if it is clogged with loose debris, fresh paint will have a hard time sticking to the surface. Under the paint, painting over dirt like this will turn up and lead to a messy work.
A Wet Surface
It is difficult for paint to adhere to wet surfaces. If your cabinets have excess moisture from humidity in the air or from leaks and/or plumbing issues, the paint may create water-filled bubbles. In damp areas like the bathroom and kitchen, where condensation easily develops and presents itself on surfaces, this problem is often found.
Forgetting Prime and Sand
Sanding and priming before painting kitchen cabinets are two significant phases. It is important to smooth out any imperfections, dirt, and visible grains, so the paint appears vivid and consistent throughout the entire surface. The primer is a vital move, too. It covers up any slight imperfections and provides a flat surface that can easily be adhered to by paint. It makes your painting project last much longer as well!
Solve Competent Repainting Issues with Kitchen Cabinet Paint
If you are wondering why imperfections such as bubbling, cracks, and peels are appearing in your cabinet paint, it could be caused by water damage, wear and tear, or an incorrect original paint job. The good news is that it is possible to fix this problem. To be repainted the right way, professionals will remove your cabinets and take them to our facility. From beginning to finish, we will do a comprehensive job, including removing hardware, washing, sanding, priming, painting and reinstalling the cabinets. We use low VOC paints even better, and we do all the work in our facility, so that while we take care of the painting, you can continue to use your kitchen. Nor will you find any residual paint fumes!