Tips & techniques for painting cabinets!
I've been looking for existing threads, but can't seem to find any... please feel free to point me in the right direction if relevant threads are out there!
I'm in the process of painting my kitchen cabinets with Cabinet Coat. So far, I have:
1) cleaned, sanded, deglossed
2) primed with Zinsser BIN
3) sanded primer
4) applied 1 coat of CC to both sides
My question: as of now, after one coat of paint, I can still see some brush marks and the subtle texture of the rollers. I'm using a 2" Purdy angled brush for between the raised panel, and I've tried both brushing and rolling paint onto the raised panels and outside edges. With both approaches, I don't see much "leveling" happening. Perhaps this is because I've gone too lightly with my paint application? I'm just trying to avoid any pooling of paint in the crevices, which seems hard to avoid when I load the brush or roller with more paint.
Do folks have specific tips/pointers/techniques to share? I would really love for the 2nd (and hopefully final) coat to look great and not show much of the roller "stippling" or brush strokes.
Thank you for your help!