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Old 11-04-2017, 03:00 PM   #1
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Hi new here and ready to learn to paint!! my first paint project will be kitchen cabinets.. I am from seattle WA
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strait to the point. If you never painted before I wouldn't start on kitchen cabinets. In my opinion


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The hardest thing to paint properly,IMO
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Welcome to PT and good luck, as others mentioned already it might not be such a good idea to learn how to paint on kitchen cabinets.
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Hi new here and ready to learn to paint!! my first paint project will be kitchen cabinets.. I am from seattle WA
Welcome! Are you looking at a career in painting?
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heck just watch a few youtube videos and you'll be fine ....
what could possibly go wrong? the guy at home depot can sell you everything you need

and remember being a "painters" is numbered in dog years .... if your painted for 1 year you tell everyone 7 years



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As I'm sure some have figured out, this person's a DIY painter and has been referred to the diychatroom. Hopefully they got some form of help or direction over there.
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