Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 60
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by sgrlstar1 Great cabinet paint!
I read all of the reviews and followed them, to paint my kitchen oak cabinets: start by degreaser, then lightly sand, remove dust with tack cloths, then prime with wagner paint sprayer, then with one coat of cabinet paint, let dry overnight, then another coat of cabinet paint the next day and let dry another day, then was able to hang all the cabinet doors and drawers. It went on very easy, covered yellow spots that the primer didnt cover and feels very durable, doesnt feel sticky and dried very fast. I cannot wait to use the paint for the bathrooms cabinets.
August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Jfaye Great if you are painting your cabinets white
If you are painting your cabinets white, then this is the product for you! I tinted mine a grey shade after some coercing by the paint department at my local Home Depot. The paint does not tint exactly as Behr colors, so don't be fooled by other reviews. My cabinets read periwinkle. Also, I'm not sure that the tinting affected the quality as the paint is chipping in places when bumped.
Hope this helps!
August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HSHOBX Excellent performance and value.
We tried Rustoleum's Cabinet Transformations and it worked very well, but it's expensive at $79 per quart, and we don't use the included glaze so that's just a waste, and the poly finish coat is an extra step.
Cabinet Coat contains urethane, is a nice satin finish, goes on easily and cleans up well.
We first washed and primed old cabinets, then two coats of Cabinet Coat and they were like new again. We have also used this on new unfinished cabinets - we did not prime first but should have.
Interesting that this kit is $2 cheaper than Cabinet Coat sold on its own? Identical can of product, but the kit provides some tools (roller, paint tray, tack cloth) for less money.
May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DocHoliday Worked great for my project
Product worked great for my project. Pricey per gallon, but goes a long way. The white is a very bright white. I refinished golden oak cabinets and took advantage of the grain in them to apply some Rust-Oleum Transformations decorative glaze (Java Brown) after painting, then some light sanding with 800-2000 grit wet sandpaper- This gave a very smooth finish and distressed look. VERY pleased...No-one can tell I painted these cabinets. They look factory finished! Fairly time consuming the way I did it, but saved a ton over new cabinets.
April 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Shirl Great Buy
After resanding 3 doors. it didn't take long to learn how to work with this paint. I agree read all the reviews they will help you understand how to use this paint. I had my paint tinted a gray color at HD.
It takes a long time between coats of paint. I gave a second coat after about 3 hours. The cabinets look great after you are finished. Much better than if you used regular paint. With a lot harder surface,
that you need on cabinets. I had 26 doors so this was no easy fast job. You had to take your time. I also sanded and primed all the wood first. Buy the kit the black roller in the kit is great for the job.
July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mommyof3 Looks Fantastic!
I painted our old oak cabinets.
They look like they were always white. I used a roller for application. No brush strokes.
August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Olson Flows Out Nicely
I used this for some baseboard trim I made from MDF as well as some cabinetry in our TV room. The 4" foam roller that came with the kit worked very well, so long as you rolled enough to get rid of any high spots or ridges. For how thick the paint was, it flowed out very well. People asked me if I sprayed it. I also like the fact that it's self-priming. It does scuff when in contact with certain materials, but you can scrub off the scuff marks. I will use it again.
April 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by davew Lots of Work, but Worth It
First off, I recommend that you read EVERY review published on this product, so that you can get tips from everyone and do what works best for you. Like another reviewer, I had mixed wood and laminate cabinets, so sanding everything was not going to happen. Instead I did 2 coats of Zinsser 1-2-3 primer, and then 2 coats of Cabinet Coat, done with a foam roller and some smaller foam and regular brushes. This is not just a 2-coat process, in my experience. Use the 220 grit sandpaper to sand off the rough spots and re-coat. Key Tip: Set up a table or ironing board and then paint the doors on that raised surface. Otherwise, your back and legs will kill you after day 1. Also, set up some 2x4's so that you can dry the doors en masse. For really rough spots, use wood filler or Bondo. And plan to caulk everything, otherwise gaps will show. I'd give this product 5 stars, but it does crack at times when you screw on new hardware. Screw the knobs in from the back, and plan to do a touch-up coat if needed. We have a small kitchen, and this whole project took me about a week. Do several thin coats, and allow them to fully dry on each coat. My wife loves the look of the cabinets now, and we didn't have to buy new ones, so on the whole the project was a big success. And I loved that the product is water based, so there aren't terrible fumes or messy cleanup involved. PS: One reviewer said that this tints like Behr Ultra White. I'm not sure if that's 100 percent accurate. But we did tint both the primer and the Cabinet Coat a Behr Swiss Coffee, and it looks really nice.
March 20, 2016