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Old 07-11-2012, 10:09 AM  
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Default Painting over red semigloss

Just wondering what if anything I should do to repaint my kitchen. It is a dark red semi gloss right now that is in great shape only a couple years old but since we are redoing the cabinets and counter tops we decided to paint as well. Now my question is do I need to primer first? Should I use one of those paints with the primer and paint in one? should I just slap the paint over the old paint? The new color is almost a pastel green or tea leaf green something like that.


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Old 07-12-2012, 02:56 AM  
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Lightly sand, clean, paint


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So then just scuff it?
 
 
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Yep scuff sand the walls, wipe them down and paint. A separate tinted primer can be an option since you are covering a dark red and if you have grease splatters or other stains then a separate tinted primer may be a consideration imo.
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It's all clean paint, none near the stove or sink. Not very old and in great shape, just the wrong color.
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It's all clean paint, none near the stove or sink. Not very old and in great shape, just the wrong color.
Scuff it, wipe it, and paint it then post a pic so we can all see this kitchen with all the work you are doing to the cabinets, counters and walls.
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Wipe walls first, then apply two coats of paint. There is no need to apply primer.

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