Welcome to part three of my RV overhaul.
After much waffling and debating with myself back and forth, I decided to repaint the cabinetry in the RV. I wasn't sure whether or not to paint because I didn't want to compromise the integrity of its vintage feel. However, there were a fair amount of damaged areas, so I opted to go ahead. Here is my process.
I began by taping areas I wanted to protect.
This primer, Zinsser 123 Bulls Eye Primer, is really fantastic. It works almost like an adhesive. It adheres to any surface, giving it a matte, semi-rough feel, which allows for the paint to bond. What I love about this primer is that it dries lickety-split, so you can begin to paint in approximately twenty minutes (or was it the sweltering California sun?).
I used a very thin application of the primer before I began to paint.
The paint I chose is a very dark espresso.
I will continue to post as I progress. Thank you!
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