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Day 2 of Vinyl

Once you start down the road of vinyl no surface in your house will be safe. I was working on updating a very plain white kitchen. I decided to paint the bottom cabinets an amazing color of mint. I am in love with this spring’s mint. I then plotted chevron strips out of Oracal 651 white vinyl.

My first steps were to remove all cabinet doors and hardware. I painted a base coat of white even though the door were white already, just to cover any dark scratches. I then applied two coats of mat mint paint. Letting them dry a day between each.

I measured all cabinet doors making sure I had the proper length. Again, this was another project where I weeded my vinyl, removing the vinyl from the backing and applied to the cabinet without application tape. I was afraid the application tape was going to remove paint.

I decided in my rough and tough kitchen it was best to apply two coats of clear shellac, to keep the vinyl adhered to the doors.

Here’s the Before and Afters.

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Close up.

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Note:

Looking back now I should ave made of an effort to align the chevron that meets on the two cabinet doors that touch each other.

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Here is the Chevron SVG Download (390)

Here is the Chevron Studio Download (328)

If there is any problem let me know. I am still new to converting items into studio.

 

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