How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets Without Sanding


Today’s post will cover why sanding isn’t essential anymore when painting kitchen cabinets, what Oil Bond is, and a step-by-step guide to painting cabinets WITHOUT any sanding!

Sanding kitchen cabinets can be a very time-consuming and messy process. Like I mentioned previously, it takes a long time to sand down and then paint kitchen cabinets.

Why Skip Sanding?

Oil Bond is a specially engineered paint additive that makes tackling paint jobs like those pesky kitchen cabinets a whole lot easier, and a whole lot quicker. 

What is Oil Bond?

You can use it for any paint color and multiple different cabinet surfaces. In fact, using different colors than the traditional white, grey, and tan would provide great character to the kitchen.

I know what you’re thinking. This product must come with a hefty price tag. Not so! A 32oz container is only $14.98. Now, that’s my kind of price point. So not only are you saving time but you’ve just saved the cost of all that sandpaper and primer too which could easily run to $100 or more

Clean cabinets – The first step in preparing your cabinets for painting is to clean them thoroughly. This will help remove any dirt, grease, or grime that may have accumulated over time. For best results, you want to work with a clean cabinet!

Step-By-Step Guide

The great news is your cabinets can maintain good condition for years to come with this method of painting! To ensure proper care, there are a few tips to follow.

Maintenance Tips