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  Get That New Designer Look For Your Kithen and Bathrooms

Love your cabinets but want to refresh your kitchen or bathroom design? Consider refinishing your existing cabinets! For a fraction of the cost of a total kitchen/bath redesign, you can have that new designer look!

At 1st Class Painters we specialize in painting, refinishing, and staining

your existing cabinets. 

  Ask for your FREE estimate today!



  1. Prior to starting work, we protect all floors, countertops and adjacent appliances by covering them with heavy-weight rosin paper and painter’s tape.

  2. We flag each cabinet door or drawer with a matching number for the corresponding opening to ensure that each door and drawer gets re-installed in the correct opening.

  3. Using a sponge and the appropriate cleanser, we wipe down the doors, drawer fronts, and cabinet frames.

  4. We fill any dings or divots with glazing and putty, then sand the putty smooth and rough up the cabinets’ finish with 100-grit sandpaper.

  5. We apply a coat of water-based bonding primer and allow the primer to dry for several hours.

  6. After the primer dies, we use a 200 fine-grit sanding sponge to sand the trim, drawers and cabinet frames and then wipe them down with a tack cloth. If necessary, we will apply a second coat of primer and re-sand the surface until we achieve a smooth, grain-free base coat.

  7. Finally, we apply two coats of top-of-the-line interior enamel in your chosen color and sheen.

  8. There are many choices of enamels depending on your specific situation and use. Oil, Hybrids and Urethane enamel all give you a great finish and excellent durability. The main differences are toxins, smell and appearance.




1st Class Painters Customer

An Absolute Pleasure

"I could not be more happy with the job 1st Class Painters did. The initial discussions Dino was very helpful, the bid was detailed and professional. The job itself was simply exceptional: the crew was unbelievably thorough, careful, and friendly. And they work fast! The house never looked better. I give 1st Class Painters four thumbs up."

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