- 1). Unscrew all of your cupboard doors and sand them with 180-grit sandpaper. Don't sand them too much: just run the sandpaper lightly across the surface, opening up the top layer of vinyl to absorb the primer and paint. Don't forget to sand the frames of the cupboards that attach to the wall. Dust the doors with a feather duster.
- 2). Dip your paint roller in the primer and apply a single coat of primer to all the cupboard doors and frame. Allow the coat to dry. Once dry, apply a coat of your paint evenly to the cupboard doors and frame. Allow this coat of paint to dry and apply a second coat.
- 3). Rehang your cupboard doors about three days after you applied the second coat of paint.
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