‘kitchen cupboard kit – tikkurila deco grey colour collection’

165.00174.00

Our Painting Made Easy ‘Kitchen Cupboard Kit’ makes it easy to transform your kitchen cupboards with a beautiful, hard wearing finish from the Tikkurila Colour Collection. Each kit includes an appropriate primer depending on your cupboard type.

This Painting Made Easy Set includes:

1 x 750ml Krud Kutter Gloss Off

4 x Sanding Pads in Fine and Medium

2 x Prep Tack Cloths

1 x 2″ Zibra Chiseled Wedge Brush

1 x 4″ Plastic Roller Tray

1 x 4″ Roller Frame

1 x 3pk Two Fussy Blokes 5mm Nap 4″ Smooth Rollers

1 x 1.5″ Prodec Advance Low Tack Precision Edge Masking Tape

1 x Prodec Advance Lightweight or Prep Protector Dust Sheet

1 x 1lt White Spirit (included if using the Otex Solvent based kit)

1 x 3lt Tikkurila Multistop/Otex/Otex Akva (depending on your cupboard type) tinted in a suitable colour for your topcoat

1 x 3lt Tikkurila Helmi 10 Matt Finish or Helmi 30 Satin Finish in your colour choice

FREE 1 x Prodec Metal Can Opener

Bare Pine/Knotty Timber Cupboard Kit w/ Multistop Painting Made Easy Price €174 vs Separate Price €184

Laminate Cupboard Kit w/ Otex Akva Water Based Painting Made Easy Price €165 vs Separate Price €174

Solid/Varnished Wood Cupboard Kit w/Otex Solvent Based Painting Made Easy Price €174 vs Separate Price €184

Please note we are unable to accept returns of paint which has been tinted to your colour selection.  We advise purchasing a sample pot of your chosen colour prior to purchasing larger quantities. We do not recommend choosing colours from a colour screen as screens do not accurately represent paint colours as they will appear in your home.

You can read our full terms and conditions here.

  • bare pine/knotty timber
  • laminate/previously painted
  • solid/varnished timber
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1. Using a clean microfibre or similar cleaning cloth, thoroughly clean your cupboards using the provided Krud Kutter Gloss Off. Make sure to focus on nooks and crannies where grease and grime can build up. This will ensure your cupboards are degreased and will aid in dulling any existing finish. This is the most important part of any painting process.

2. Lay your dust sheet and using a provided fine sanding pad lightly sand the entire cupboard focusing evenly on one area at a time.

3. Using a tack cloth clean the cupboards to remove any dust and then with a clean damp cloth to remove any possible remaining residue.

4. Remove any knobs or furniture that will aid in ensuring a clean finish and apply the provided masking tape to any edges or areas you want to avoid painting. This will ensure beautiful clean lines after the project is complete.

5. Using the 2″ Chiseled Wedge brush cut in any edges or intricate areas with the Tikkurila Primer. Then using the 5mm Two Fussy Blokes roller apply undercoat to the entire surface ensuring not to over apply as this may cause drips. After 2 – 4 hours apply a second coat of undercoat using the same methods as above. You can wrap your painting equipment in cling film or an air tight bag between coats to prevent cleaning between coats.

6. If using a solvent based primer (Otex), clean your painting equipment using the white spirits followed by warm soapy water followed by clean water. Otherwise use just warm soapy water followed by clean water.

6. After 2- 4 hours you can apply your first coat of topcoat using the same methods as above.

7. When the first coat of topcoat is completely dry use your fine sanding pad to lightly sand the surface, looking out for any drips or imperfections. This will aid in a beautiful even finish. Clean with a tack cloth followed by clean damp cloth.

8. Apply your second coat of topcoat using the same methods as above.

9. When the topcoat is fully dry remove any masking tape; then sit back, relax and enjoy your beautifully painted kitchen cupboards.