Remove all doors and drawers. Remove hinges and number all parts so you can easily put everything back where it was.
Wash everything to remove gunk and grease. I used S.O.S Wool Pads.
Very lightly sand everything with about 220 grit.
Cover all markings/numbers with painters tape before painting.
Tape off drawers to cover anything that you don't want painted.
Caulk before you paint. We even caulked the doors so there would be no cracks in our paint.
Tape off boxes.
Pull out appliances and cover with plastic, along with walls or open areas.
Lay drop cloths on the floor.
Make a spraying center in garage and put all doors and drawers in there.
We put screws in the hinge areas of each door so we could spray one side of the door with paint and flip it over so the doors rest on the screws while we spray the other side.
Begin spraying. Flip the doors over and spray the sides and fronts.
When everything is dry, remove the tape and put everything back. Ta Da!!! A fabulous new kitchen for just about $300. It was so worth it!