Good morning! Love your site! I am in the midst of painting kitchen cabinets and having little success. Sanded, primed, and rolled on an OIL based paint. Ugh...my husband used a roller a little "napier" than what we should have so the finish isn't good...too much texture. I attempted to "brush" a second coat on w/little success in making them look better. Now I'm considering starting over with chalkpaint (homemade!). I love the ease of this paint...WAY easier than oil based. It's very forgiving! BUT, can I use it over oil based paint?? How are your cupboards holding up with chalkpaint? I would used a good wax (Annie Sloan) but I just can't justify spending that kind of money for paint. Help!
I have found that chalk paint will adhere and cover almost ANYTHING. You can purchase a soft wax at any home improvement or paint store. Does not need to be AS brand : o ) Our cabinets are holding up great- no problems at all. If there are you can do a quick touch up and it blends right in.
Thanks so much for popping in. I appreciate all of your lovely comments...Tricia