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You can even get away with a roller if you don’t plan on using the decorative glaze included in the kit.

But what about the hooked part of the grab bar, and the thin cabinet frame?

Just a small amount of paint on the very tip of the bristles will suffice.

I found I had a lot less dripping this way, even if it meant I went back to the paint can more often.

You may want to caulk between the wooden grab bar and the melamine door for a more seamless finish.

One of our grab bars was separating a bit from the door, leaving a gap that paint couldn’t fill.

These differences are visible even with many coats of paint.

If you’re planning to keep these cabinets around for the long term, using wood grain filler to even out the texture will make a more flawless finish.

Half the can was gone and I hadn’t even started on the doors!

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But when you paint the grab bar on a flat surface, a lot of that paint is going to drip down before it has a chance to set. Instead, paint the hook first, then move on to the rest of the door. First, it removes the pooled paint before it hardens and makes a big blob inside the grab bar.

Then go back to the hook area, and run the artist brush over the pooled paint. Second, the pooled paint is more tacky than fresh paint, which makes it easier to stick to the top of the hook.

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