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I didn't use plastic painters points when I did it. Someone told me to use 2 long pieces of lumber laid across the 2 sawhorses. Then put nails maybe every 10-12 inches which is what you would lay the doors onto. Been doing it that way since 2013 and it works great :) I leave mine outside to dry to the point I can bring them inside to dry and cure before they are hung

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Penelope Smith

Lately, I have been thinking about painting my cabinets this fall. I really want them a nice rich gray color. It is good to know that I will need to prime the cabinets. It might be best for me to hire a professional to do this for me.

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I did mine myself. Bought a Grayco sprayer and did the doors outside but hand painted with a good smaller roller for the fronts.

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