Model # 263231

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Rust-Oleum Transformations 1 Qt. Espresso Small Cabinet Kit
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Rust-Oleum Transformations

1 Qt. Espresso Small Cabinet Kit

  • No stripping, sanding or priming required
  • Easy to use
  • Other available colors: pure white and cabernet
$7115 /each
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Product Overview

Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations is a revolutionary do-it-yourself coating system that completely changes the look of dated or worn cabinets for a fraction of the cost of purchasing new ones. Create the look of hand-crafted cabinetry in your kitchen or bathroom without the downtime or mess associated with cabinet replacement. With Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations, the process is easy-there's no stripping, no sanding and no priming required.

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  • Easy 3-step coating system without stripping, sanding or priming
  • Water based, low odor, and easy soap-and-water clean-up
  • Rich, satin sheen
  • Covers up to 100 sq. ft.
  • Final finish is crystal clear and non-yellowing
  • Durable, protective top coat is formulated to resist scuffing, cracking, chipping and peeling
  • Safe to clean with traditional household cleaners
  • Provides superior stain and scratch resistance
  • Bond coat is engineered to provide ultimate adhesion for wood, laminate and melamine surfaces
  • Packaging for on-line order shipments may vary from what is shown on-screen
  • Optional decorative glaze (included in kit) lets you create your custom look

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Customer Questions & Answers

Does the cabinet surface need to be stripped (e.g., glossy paint, etc.) before applying this product?

Asked by: Anonymous
The deglosser that comes with the kit is probably sufficient in most cases. Our cabinets were painted 2-3 times (poorly as well), so we opted to sand them down to be thorough. If you're curious, you can see the process we went through and the finished product here: <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHHmc9JHy88">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHHmc9JHy88</a>.
Answered by: Brandon
Date published: 2017-04-24

Do I have to get the dark bond kit tinted somewhere? Mine is almost a clear color?

Asked by: Anonymous
When you purchase this product, you get it tinted at the paint counter to the color you want. The colors available are listed on the box. Note: The colors shown on the box are slightly lighter.
Answered by: Cricket
Date published: 2017-06-04

Approximately how many cabinets will one kit cover?

Asked by: Anonymous
There is a formula you can use to find out how much this kit will cover. I bought the small kit & it did both of my (SMALL) bathrooms. In total, it covered 2 small vanities & their doors (6 doors total) as well as my overhead small storage cabinets + their doors (2 doors total). Hope this helps!
Answered by: DarlingDIY
Date published: 2017-05-07

Can you put it on raw wood?

We are buying unfinished cabinets and want to use these kits and we are wondering how it works and how to get the glazed look?
Asked by: Joanna
Yes, it works great, use a primer first. We've found the Paprika with the glaze comes out really nice
Answered by: Smitty
Date published: 2017-07-11
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1 Qt. Espresso Small Cabinet Kit is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 711.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from love this stuff!! so much better than sanding Ive done two baths and my kitchen now. Yes its time-consuming but results are amazing if you follow instructions and dont rush. I did add a shellac based primer under the light paint to assure no gold oak bleed through and I put an extra coat of bonding coat on as my cabinets were worn and dry and bonding coat soaked into grain with just two coats. I love the glazing but experiment on spare wood to develop the look and technique before you do the actual cabinets. Have the correct supplies- good brushes, etc.. If you are glazing, hand wash the wiping cloths and hang dry before use or youll get lint. Or buy (a lot) of lint free cloths and skip using the included ones.
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from read some reviews of this and decided to go for it , did not want to sand the cabinets and have t... read some reviews of this and decided to go for it , did not want to sand the cabinets and have the house covered in dust, do yourself a favor and after you degloss, use Zissner primer , I used two coats of primer on the backs and fronts, and then two coats of paint on backs and fronts, had plenty of product in the one kit , it does a great job ,but look out for runs on the edges, its thick paint so even after brushing along the edge for the run overs, check again in a few minutes , this is not a hard job , but it takes time to do it right, did ours in about 8 days, small house so I had to do the top cabinets and reinstall then do bottoms as we don't have a garage and done it all in our dinning room , take your time and allow 2 hours for each coat of primer to dry and 3 hours for each bond coat to dry, wife loves how it all came out , I earned a butt load of brownie points for doing this for her , there was a woman on here that said she did hers in one weekend and was pregnant at the time, she is either lying or her cabinets must look awful, there is not enough time in a weekend to do this job right
Date published: 2017-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product is so great. Some tips: 1. Know thyself. If you cut corners and don't have the patie... This product is so great. Some tips: 1. Know thyself. If you cut corners and don't have the patience for drying times, skip it. But if you do exactly what the instructions say, it will turn out beautiful. 2. 1st coat of the bond coat looks terrible. This is normal. Keep those layers thin and keep going! 3. Don't fear the glaze! It really makes it sing. 4. Have some Qtips on hand to blot any excess top coat out of the corners. It will dry white on you if you let it pool.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall its a good product. It's VERY time consuming but also very inexpensive in comparison to t... Overall its a good product. It's VERY time consuming but also very inexpensive in comparison to typical refinishing options. My minor complaints are, the proportions of each product seems a bit off, at least for our usage. And you can't order any part of the kit individually. We had to buy 5 kits (white, espresso, and gray) to do 3 bath rooms and a kitchen. This was mainly because we had to do multiple coats of the bond coat. We have SO much leftover of all the other products. 4.5 bottles of deglosser, 4 cans of glaze, 3.5 cans of top coat. Seems to be a bit of a waste not being able to order ONLY more bond coat when needed. Tips, take your time, make sure there are no runs onto the other side of which you are painting. For the top coat, don't go thick but be consistent. It dries fast, touch up is near impossible and if too thick when it dries it's a nice (or not) milky color and is quite the hassle.
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from YES TO ESPRESSO!!!!! We purchased the dark tint with espresso as the finish. The finished produc... YES TO ESPRESSO!!!!! We purchased the dark tint with espresso as the finish. The finished product is great. My advice: watch the video that comes with the product, watch several YouTube videos, properly clean and de-gloss (recommend wearing a mask with de-gloss product), DONT use the decorative glaze (we tried on one cabinet and HATED it. The glaze made the color darker and streaky), high traffic areas apply two coats of protectant (final step). We also purchased a small kit of "White Fog" with the intent of painting our island a lighter, contrasting color than the cabinets - this color looks more gray/blue than a warm cream color - we painted over with espresso. Cleaned and spray painted the hinges a dark brown color to blend with the cabinets. After another $60 on knobs and handles we have beautiful, professional looking re-faced cabinets. Does not look like painted cabinets. Couldn't be happier.
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked great! After reading other people's reviews and suggestions. I agree with getting a good quality brush. I got the short handle trim paint brush from home depot. Loved it. Get about 4-6 2" foam brushes for touch ups and to help smooth out where the paint puddles. The instructional DVD was very helpful. Allow each coat to thoroughly dry. That's very important. It sets better inside or make sure your garage is heated. We had to wait longer for the drying process since it's winter and very cold in our garage. Overall, it looks amazing. We went from the boring honey oak color to the espresso color. Just very time consuming. More than a weekend project.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from few more tips I used the light kit tinted Linen but did not use the included light glaze but instead used the Java glaze that comes with the dark kit. The light kit glaze has an orangish hue that I did not like. I applied glaze all over then wiped with a damp rag to remove most except in grooves and corners then wiped with a dry rag until I got the antiquied look I wanted but with very little glaze left on flat surfaces. Just enough to give a sheer tint in those areas without leaving streaks. Then I went back with a fine brush in the grooves to add more glaze where needed and then feathered it in those areas to look natural. If you dont like the results, immediately wipe down with a wet rag before it dries and try again. After allowing glaze to dry for 24 hours, i went back with the side of a sponge brush and outlined the cabinet doors and drawers to really make them pop. On the island I used the dark kit tinted chocolate with the included glaze. You can buy quart cans of the Java glaze at HD also if you need more. I wound up needing two light kits and one dark kit for my project since I did 3 coats of bonding coat.
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I wanted to give my builders grade cabinets a facelift since purchasing new, for the kitchen and ... I wanted to give my builders grade cabinets a facelift since purchasing new, for the kitchen and 3 bathrooms, would cost me some serious coin. I think the cabinets turned out very well with the linen color I went with. The only downside was the process was way too time consuming. This is not just a weekend project and the overall time it took me was about 2 straight weeks.
Date published: 2017-06-05
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