When choosing the best primer for your kitchen cabinets, it’s important to consider what you want your cabinets to do. If you want them to be able to stand up against stains and tannin bleeds, I recommend using an oil-based primer. Despite its smell, it is one of the most durable primers you can use on your kitchen cabinets.
Choosing The Right Cabinet Primer
When you’re painting your kitchen cabinets, you’re looking for a bonding primer that dries quickly.
But does having a quick-drying primer guarantee adhesion?
Does it guarantee stain-blocking?
Is it the best option for you or would it be better to use a primer that might take longer to dry but guarantees solid results?
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