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Gif time, baybay: Two coats of the Kilz stuff followed by two coats of paint took us about 12 hours.The first coat is always the hardest (for some reason it just takes longer to get into all of those nooks and crannies and around all of those edges the first time, but your brush or roller seems to glide over them more easily as you go).All told, it took two coats of primer followed by two coats of paint applied by hand.We decided only to use the sprayer to paint things we could remove and take outside (like cabinet doors/drawers when we get to that stage) since we’ve used it once inside (to paint all of the baseboards/trim/doors upstairs while the carpeting was ripped up) and we noticed a pretty decent amount of overspray.It’s called Kilz Premium – just make sure you get the one with the label that says “no VOCs” and “stainblocking” since they have a bunch of different types.
It really doesn’t matter either way, you just have to be slightly more careful to not paint the casing.
After I painted the walls an almost white/super light gray shade, it just turned into the hallway of no color.
I knew I needed to do something with the cheap hollow core doors but didn’t want to break the bank. It was simple enough to do to the rest of the doors in the house.
Yes, we dove headfirst into priming and painting the kitchen baseboards, crown molding, and window trim (52. panes.) and ended up just going all out and tackling the paneling and the doors to the pantry and the garage while we were at it. The room feels so much brighter and less heavy and we find ourselves actually looking out the windows now (when that trim was dark it stopped your eye, but now that it’s white, suddenly the outside world is the thing that’s emphasized, like a pretty little forest focal point).
Remember when the kitchen looked like this back when we first laid eyes on our house? It’s crazy how different certain angles look in person.
So John and I just chipped away at it over the past five days (Burger refused to lend a paw – that diva).