Model # CC4510G99-1K

Internet #202494970

Insl-X Cabinet Coat 1 gal. Kit Includes White Trim and Cabinet Enamel with Applicators Sandpaper and Tack Cloth
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Insl-X

Cabinet Coat 1 gal. Kit Includes White Trim and Cabinet Enamel with Applicators Sandpaper and Tack Cloth

$51.97 /each

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Cabinet coat acrylic enamel is a unique waterborne finish that dries hard enough to apply to cabinets, trim, doors and other heavy use interior surfaces. Cabinet coat enamel is not your ordinary paint. Cabinet coat passes the tough tests used for application to cabinets. It's tough, hard, durable and moisture resistant finish passes the tests required by the kitchen cabinet manufacturers association. Cabinet coat can bring life back to old, worn out cabinets for $1000 less than replacing your cabinets. And because it's so tough it's preferred on all doors and trim though out your home.

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  • Suitable for application on all wood and laminate cabinets
  • Unique urethane modified acrylic formulation provides a tough scratch resistant finish
  • Cabinet coat's tough finish passes all new cabinet manufacturer's testing requirements for resistance to moisture, and stains, cabinet coat is not your ordinary trim paint
  • 1 gal. of cabinet coat will effectively paint 8 lineal feet of upper and lower cabinets with 2 coats, when applying cabinet coat to walls or trim cabinet coat will cover 350-400 sq. ft., depending upon porosity
  • Highly washable, stains, dirt, grease and other household soils cleans easily with warm soap and water
  • Cabinet coat withstands repeated washings and high moisture conditions normally found in kitchens and bath areas
  • Provides an exceptionally tough coating that is excellent for doors and trim areas
  • Cabinet coat delivers a soft satin sheen
  • Resists the growth of mold and mildew on the paint surface
  • Cabinet coat is self priming and adheres to all properly prepared cabinets, trim and door surfaces
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT
  • Click here to use our paint calculator and estimate how much paint you need to complete your project

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How long does it take to cure between coats?

Asked by: Em
We allowed it to cure at least 2 hours between coats, but that was in UT where it was very dry.
Answered by: KTmommaUT
Date published: 2016-11-15

Can this product be tinted in store if purchased online?

Asked by: Sebeome
I brought mine to the paint dept to have it tinted. The associates didn't want to do it - said they didn't have any codes for this paint and couldn't guarantee the color. I wasn't that picky - I just wanted to soften the bright white so one associate agreed to try. I haven't painted with it yet so I'm not sure how good it will look - just be aware Home Depot does not have have colors for this paint manufacturer.
Answered by: Julie
Date published: 2016-10-26

can this paint be tinted and if so at what stores

can this paint be tinted and if so at what box store can i have it done?
Asked by: shorty
We used it straight as pure white since all of the trim was white. I believe you can have Home Depot tint it for you, though.
Answered by: KTmommaUT
Date published: 2016-11-15

Does it smell?

It is a urethane paint, how strong is the smell and how long will it last?
Asked by: DigsGardens
i didnt think it smelled. No worse then any type of house hold paint. I used a clear poly urethane top coat that I had extra of from a Giani countertop kit. Just finished mine not too long ago, So not sure how long it will last. It say in the directions not to cut on it. I use mine for needed etra space for my coffee pot and microwave & it seems fine..
Answered by: kati
Date published: 2017-02-09
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Cabinet Coat 1 gal. Kit Includes White Trim and Cabinet Enamel with Applicators Sandpaper and Tack Cloth is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 69.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Cabinet Paint Did not have problem with chipping Used a gallon for 8 drawers, 18 doors and bases. All had previously been painted white with wall paint. Also, only painted backs on about half of doors and did not paint inside of drawers. It took three coats to cover all surfaces. Used roller and foam paint brush. Both worked ok. If your picky, you can see patterns with both methods from about 12 inches away. Further than 12 inches, cabinets look solid white. This paint was definite improvement from wall paint. The paint runs. I looked carefully while painting and still found “drops” on all surfaces after paint dried. Recommend painting backs of doors first. I did run out of sand paper, but you can buy 5 sheets of 220 sand paper for $3. Sanded and/or wire brushed all surfaces to be painted. Started out waiting 6 hrs between coats per instructions, but job was taking too long. Changed to waiting a hour and did not have a problem with paint. Brushes and roller clean up easily with water. Kit price was great considering you get roller, tray, sandpaper, tack cloth along with paint.
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I just used this kit to paint new doors and the face of existing cabinets. The included roller is... I just used this kit to paint new doors and the face of existing cabinets. The included roller is good for getting paint down and into corners, but did not provide as smooth a surface as brushing did. The doors were painted by brush and for the most part the paint flowed and minimized the brush marks (I still painted them with the grain per the included instructions). I did not tint the paint as I wanted white. I use other paint for inside the cabinets and with two coats on the front of the doors and the cabinet faces and one coat on the back of the doors, I probably still have 1/2 a can of paint left over. If I had to do it again, I would probably brush painted the cabinet faces for a smoother, more glossy finish but use the roller for the less visible back of the doors. Make sure that you get ALL of the sanding debris up (using the included tack cloth) or you will spend extra time picking it out of the paint. I also liked that the kit, which included everything you need other than a paint brush and stirring stick, was less expensive to purchase than the paint by itself.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product if prep right. Sanding and using the right primer is the key for this to work . I had dark stained cabinets I sanded the urethane down to the stain and it kept bleeding through even though I used Kilz water-based primer. I asked a professional painter what my problem was and he told me they use the Kilz oil based spray primer which is the key to making this happen as older cabinets were sometimes oil base stain. I removed the cabinet doors and layed them flat for paining and used the roller provide with the kit and the finished turned out like glass. My cabinets now look like they were store-bought. I recommend this product as long as you have the time and patients to do them as it will take a great deal of time.
Date published: 2016-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-05-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-04-06
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