A Painter’s Tips For Filling Holes In Cabinet Doors
The Idaho Painter explains the way he paints his cabinet doors. It saves time and results in near-factory finish.
In this video, Chris Berry “The Idaho Painter” explains his favorite cabinet door painting system. It cuts an entire day off the process.
The Idaho Painter
Chris Berry started The Idaho Painter YouTube channel as a way to help out some of his painting clients who were trying to tackle some paint projects on their own. Little did he know that this little side project he started would take off to become a primary source on YouTube for painting tips, tricks, and training. Chris has a passion for painting and helping other people to fall in love with painting. He holds multiple degrees in Urban Planning and Network Administration and has a background in law enforcement. Even with extensive experience in other sectors of business, Chris has found that through painting he gets to constantly exceed the expectations of his clients, make people happy, and innovate new approaches to an old craft. He has over 25 years of experience in the painting and building trades, which he shares on The Idaho Painter.
Thanks for sharing your videos, Chris!
Kitchen Cabinet Painting Tip: Label All of the Doors
Start by making a quick sketch or two showing all the doors and drawers as you learn how to paint kitchen cabinets. Number them however you want. Then label the doors and drawers with the corresponding number when you remove them. Write under the hinge locations where it won’t be visible. Then cover the numbers with masking tape to protect them while you’re painting.