How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets

We love updating kitchen cabinets with Dixie Belle Paint!

Step One: Clean your cabinets with White Lightning.

Step Two: Use Slick Stick if the cabinets have a slick surface or BOSS if you’re concerned about bleed thru.

Step Three: Wet your brush and remove the excess water with a paper towel. It is important to keep your brush damp. Paint two light coats. To achieve a similar look to these cabinets, use Sand Bar, Grunge Glaze, and Gator Hide.

Step Four: Allow your cabinets to dry before applying Gator Hide for a water repellent finish. You can apply three thin coats. Please remember our products take 21-30 days to completely cure so handle with care! For more information on these cabinets by Pam Haskins, click here!

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  1. Sarah says:

    Would love to learn what colors were used on the kitchen cabinets in the blog post. This is what I’d like to achieve in my home.(antique look). I will have to order from someone as no one stocks dixie belle supplies in my hometown.

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi Sarah, Sand Bar, Grunge Glaze, and Gator Hide were used on these cabinets! Find your local retailer or shop directly on our website: 🙂

  2. Lisa says:

    Hello, How much sandbar did you use for all of the cabinets?

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi Lisa, we hope you will consider painting your kitchen too! When Pam paints a kitchen, she usually uses about 64 ounces or less, so two 32 oz containers of paint. Hopefully this helps. Happy painting! 🙂

  3. Sara says:

    Can you wipe clean cabinets if they have the top coat of gator hide?

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hey Sara,
      Yes you can but no harsh chemicals!

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