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NuVo 2 qt. Titanium Infusion (White) Cabinet Paint Kit
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NuVo

2 qt. Titanium Infusion (White) Cabinet Paint Kit

  • Available in 3 more colors: Black Deco, Cocoa and Euro-Taupe
  • Each kit covers 100 sq. ft.
  • Extremely durable modified acrylic urethane
$69.95 /box

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The NuVo Cabinet Paint Kit is the quickest way to makeover your cabinets yourself because of two time savers which set NuVo apart: You don't have to remove your cabinet doors and you don't have to add an additional topcoat over the NuVo paint. NuVo is an extremely durable modified acrylic urethane which bonds to wood and laminates. There are eight ready-to-go custom NuVo cabinet colors which work well with light and dark countertop colors. Each Kit covers up to 100 sq. ft. of cabinets and provides easy clean up with soap and water.

  • 2-step process is designed for quick and simple application with a 6 in. roller and 2 in. angled brush
  • Kit includes 2 quarts of NuVo acrylic modified urethane paint, 1 roller arm, 2 roller covers, 1 brush, 1 illustrated instruction and 1 demo DVD
  • Typical total project time is approximately eight hours
  • Custom NuVo cabinet paint colors match with the giani countertop paint colors for a complete kitchen transformation
  • Covers 100 sq. ft.
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT

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Description of color

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October 23, 2014
It is hard to envision the color. Is it a metallic looking white?
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July 23, 2016
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This is a low sheen, basic white paint. Save your money and buy a high quality name brand semi gloss instead, unless you like putting on three or more coats for a eggshell finish.
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A clean white that will match most white door trim paint. It is not super shiny or metallic looking. Not a flat paint. For me seemed more an eggshell that got a little shinier with each coat. Don't know why they call it Titanium, though.
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April 21, 2015
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It's definitely bright white, I just uploaded some pictures, hope that helps. I don't think it's metallic at all. It has a slight sheen to it.
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December 5, 2014
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Dear Valued HomeDepot Customer,
We reached out to the MFG for more information and below is their response.
"he Nuvo Titanium White Cabinet Paint is a bright white semi-gloss color. If you email us your mailing address at info@gianigranite.com (mailto:info@gianigranite.com) – we’d be happy to send you hand painted color swatches of the Nuvo colors to review in your space. Thank you."
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Can I paint straight on top of my cabinets?

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I have brown cabinets which are like about 4 years old. Do I still have to sand them before I apply the white paint and also - do I need a primer? If yes, please recommend one and which sandpaper will be best to use? Thank you in advance
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October 30, 2016
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Yes they need sanded to remove the stain or the paint will not stick. 300 grit sand paper will work.
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May 20, 2016
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You could paint straight on them.
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If your cabinets have any deep nicks or scratches – then fill them in with a fast
drying wood filler – We suggest you perform any patches before cleaning and taping your cabinets
because this will allow the patches to dry while you’re getting the rest of your cabinets ready –
To patch – use a putty knife and fill in the blemish with a fast drying wood filler and allow the patch to
build up a little
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If your cabinets have any deep nicks or scratches – then fill them in with a fast
drying wood filler – We suggest you perform any patches before cleaning and taping your cabinets
because this will allow the patches to dry while you’re getting the rest of your cabinets ready –
To patch – use a putty knife and fill in the blemish with a fast drying wood filler and allow the patch to
build up a little higher than the surface - Allow to dry – Sand until smooth and even with surface –
IF you’re replacing any old knobs with new ones - and the new knob’s screw holes
don’t match up with the existing holes – then take the time now to patch the old holes with
wood filler - And then drill new holes for the new knobs as needed -
– You must sand all of your cabinet surfaces to ensure the paint adheres properly. You
don’t have to remove your existing finish – just sand until all of your surfaces are “deglossed”

This pertains to all cabinet types - including wood, laminate, vinyl and painted surfaces -
Use Number 300 grit or higher fine sand paper because the fine grit won’t create visible
scratch marks in your finish -
If you have wood cabinets – then follow your wood’s grain with your sanding motions and
avoid sanding in a circular fashion. If you have an electric palm sander then follow your
wood’s grain as well -
Be sure to sand extra well around your door handles and stove because of the potential oils
and dirt located in these areas.
For applications on an existing high-gloss finish – it’s optimal to apply a liquid de-glosser to
your finish first and then use the 300 grit sand paper to lightly scuff up the surface.
When you’re done with your sanding, wipe up all of the sanding dust with a standard
window cleaner such as Windex® because the alcohol and ammonia won’t leave a residue –
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Will this work on metal cabinets?

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Thank you for your inquiry. To apply on metal cabinets, we recommend using a Metal Primer on the cabinets first before applying the Nuvo Paint. This will help with the adhesion of the paint.
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September 1, 2015
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No, this paint only works on laminate and wood cabinets.
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August 31, 2015
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Thank you for your question!
Yes, this product can be applied to bare metal.
Here are the step by step instructions for applying this product and some frequently asked questions: http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/17/17c4fe46-15ec-4652-a616-7b25d8ba1db9.pdf
Have a great day!
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Should I use KILTZ on brown cabinets that will become White before using NuVo?

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Hello there! You will not need to prime your cabinets unless the finish is very old. You'll just need to do the standard prep work of sanding with a #600 grit sandpaper and using Windex to remove all dust. For transitioning from a dark to a light color, it may take an extra coat or two to accomplish a flawless finish. Please let u know if you have any questions or concerns. Thanks so much, and have a Read More
Hello there! You will not need to prime your cabinets unless the finish is very old. You'll just need to do the standard prep work of sanding with a #600 grit sandpaper and using Windex to remove all dust. For transitioning from a dark to a light color, it may take an extra coat or two to accomplish a flawless finish. Please let u know if you have any questions or concerns. Thanks so much, and have a great day! Read Less
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I would. After sanding and painting on medium oak cabinets, I still had (slight) bleed through after three coats in certain areas using this paint. Obviously you still need to do initial sanding, but I am sure using a blocking primer would have given a better finished product.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Transformer This is a great product that allows you to completely change and bring new life to an old cabinet. I used this product to liven up an old bathroom cabinet. The process is as easy as sanding your cabinet with fine grit sandpaper to take the stain off then everything else you need is in the kit. You just brush your paint on with the provided brushes and rollers and you are set. The wood I had painted over was darker in color so it took three coats for me to cover it, but the results are astounding. I used the paint kit and put a new top on my vanity and completely modernized my bathroom. The only con I had was the roller provided did not roll very well. October 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy and cheap way to re-do a kitchen The roller created air bubbles so I painted it all with the brush supplied. It looks great, it was just very time consuming. It is a really inexpensive way to redo your whole kitchen (under $100 for the kit, any extra's you need like tape, sanding paper, and I got a third can of paint off Amazon in case I needed it, which I did not). You also do not have to remove to remove the cabinet doors which I loved. Kitchen was oak colored before. October 18, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Does an Alright Job Just bought a house and I can't update the kitchen just yet so I settled for painting the cabinets and countertops. This paint kit did an alright job, it will do for a few years. The paint is thinner then other paints. My cabinets were a dark brown so it took 4 coats for everything. I used all the paint for my small kitchen. I used a deglosser/degreaser on the cabinets then sanded with 500 sandpaper. After painting there are some spots that have turned yellow and spots that have cracked. So, I must of not deglossed/degreased/ sanded then spots enough. Overall it will do I till I update. Wouldn't recommend if your not looking to change your cabinets eventually. October 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Needed an inexpensive way to update kitchen. Used this product to update kitchen cabinets until I am ready to replace them. It turned out great. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by My Kitchen Cabinet Redo Easy instructions, I did use 2 coats of Kliz Interior oil based primer, because I did not want the oak (wood) cabinets to bleed through. I then used 2 coats of Nuvo paint. I love the results, no regrets. I love my white kitchen cabinets. May 31, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Where's the Sheen? I gave this a shot given all the mainly positive reviews. Am in the process of redoing a 48" oak vanity that was tired and just blah. Prep is always the key and I spent a day removing all hardware, sanding, etc. Well, I'm two coats in, and I'm like, where's the sheen??? It went on smooth enough, but I'm not sure I'd call it any thing more than eggshell. As it dried it just got flatter and flatter. Very disappointed for over thirty bucks a quart. One more coat, and that's it. NO WAY this is semi gloss paint. Clearly would have been better off just purchasing a major brand top of the line semi gloss at half the cost. Probably will end up doing that. Waste of money. July 23, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed Needed more than one coat and still looked dull. Paint had minor peeling. Not happy with this product. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Covers Well, Dries to a Hard Finish We used this product on a bookshelf. Anyone who has painted a bookshelf with latex paint may have experienced items sticking to the paint or discoloration. Also, most latex paints show wear on the shelves as well. The Titanium Infusion paint has performed flawlessly. There is no sticking, discoloration, or wear. This is the best paint I have ever used for these applications. We applied the product per the instructions. They give you everything you need to apply the product. You only need to provide preparation materials. Outstanding product...I highly recommend this for any cabinet repainting project. July 21, 2015
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