Cabinet painting and refinishing in Mesa

Make your cabinets look brand new!

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Fast Turnover

One week without your kitchen and bathrooms? We wouldn’t do that to you. Our projects on average only last 2-3 days. Needless to say, we put the “pro” in process.


Durable Paints

You wouldn’t want to hire a painter only to have all the paint start to peel after a week. Our paints are made to withstand heavy cleaning, scrubbing, chipping and peeling.


Quality Finish

If you’re going to pay to have your cabinets painted. They should look and feel good. No brush marks or sloppy paint roller texture–just a factory finish coat.

Photo of RV cabinets in Chandler before we painted them. RV cabinets in Chandler after we painted them.
Photo of RV cabinets from Chandler before we painted them. Photo of RV kitchen cabinets that we painted.

Our Cabinet painting services in Mesa, AZ.

Cabinet Painting

Sanded, primed with shellac primer, and painted with two coats of urethane enamel for a very clean and durable finish.

Cabinet Refinishing

We take the cabinets down to bare wood, use wood filler on scratches and dents, then apply two coats of laquer.

Cabinet Refacing

Cabinet bases are taken down to bare wood, scratches and dents are fixed, we replace your doors and drawers. Painted with laquer.

We loved our interior paint job so much that we had him also refinish all of the cabinets in our house and WOW! They look even better than if we had purchased them new. His choice of paint is top of the line.

Harrison C., Gilbert, Arizona

What Is your cabinet painting process?

First things first, we mask everything off that you don’t want to us to paint. The last thing we want is to cause a bunch of headaches by not doing the proper masking.

Next, we create an opportunity for the primer to physically bond to the cabinet’s surface. To do this we start by sanding the cabinets with 220 grit sand paper.

For the third step, we create an environment for chemical bonding. If there is any oils on the cabinets it needs to be cleaned properly otherwise the primer can’t make a chemical bond with the cabinet’s surface.

To help ensure the primer and paints properly bond to the surface, we remove the gloss from the wood.

When all the prep steps are finished, we start spraying a very strong and quick-drying primer to the wood’s surface.

Finally, we use high quality paints with strong bonding agents to add color to the cabinets.

Once the cabinet painting process is finished, we reinstall the hardware and cabinet doors.

The cabinet doors are removed in order to prevent the hinges from getting paint on them.



We cover the floor, walls, and floor with plastic to prevent over spray.



We prep the surface using sandpaper, TSP, and deglosser.



High quality quick drying paints and primers for a factory finish look.


Colorito covers all of the cities within the greater Phoenix Metro-Area. You can find a list of our service areas on our locations page. You can click the link to access our locations page. In order to get your project started, you’ll need to either call us or fill out a form. The forms can be found by clicking any of the get started/free quote buttons.

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