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Rust-Oleum Transformations

Model 258240

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Dark Color Cabinet Kit (9-Piece)

$74.48 /each

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The Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations 9-Piece Dark Color Kit is a 4-step application that will give your outdated cabinets a beautiful makeover. No stripping, sanding or priming is necessary. The dark tint base provides 24 color choices for a custom look and the decorative glaze will make your cabinets shine. The kit covers up to 100 sq. ft. The durable acrylic and latex base features strong adhesion and easy cleanup with soap and water.

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  • 4-step process is designed for simple application with a synthetic 2 in. brush
  • Acrylic and latex base offers good adhesion and durability
  • Dark tint base provides 24 attractive color options for customization
  • Decorative glaze finish to enhance your wood grain
  • 1 kit covers up to 100 sq. ft.
  • No stripping, sanding or priming needed
  • Cleans easily with soap and water
  • Kit includes 1 deglosser, 1 scrub pad, 1 bond coat, 1 decorative glaze, 1 glazing cloth, 1 protective top coat, stir sticks, 1 instructional DVD and 1 pamphlet
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations

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

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Snohomish, WA
September 29, 2012
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Waterloo ON
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May 9, 2014
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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.
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March 14, 2014
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Yes, have it tinted where you bought it. Home Depot did it for me.
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Kingwood, TX
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February 7, 2014
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Yes. You get it tinted the color you want at the store when you buy it. The available colors are shown on top of the box.
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Farmington, Michigan
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December 22, 2013
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When you purchase the kit you will see a sample of paint colors on the lid of the box. You have to select a color and then have the paint department at Home Depot mix it for you. If you purchased the kit without getting it tinted I'm sure Home Depot will be happy to tint it for you when you return with the kit and purchase receipt.
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March 28, 2013
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Did you purchase the product and leave without them doing the tint color or did you pick the wrong kit ?
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Edmonds, WA, USA
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January 2, 2013
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Yes. Just take the kit to the paint department and have them tint it to the color you specify on the box.
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December 25, 2012
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Unless it's part of a Premix Kit, your base coat will need to be tinted at the store.
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Lebanon, NJ 08833, USA
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December 3, 2012
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Yes, you can get it tinted at the paint counter.
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November 12, 2012
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They tint it at the paint counter at the store....
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Philadelphia, PA, USA
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October 24, 2012
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Yes, take it back to the center you got it from & they will ask you which color you want on the box which has the choices of colors- just choose & BAMM your color is done.
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October 1, 2012
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Model # 258240 is actually a tint base. All of the colors that this product can be tinted to are found on the top of the box. Simply select the color of your choice and bring it to the Home Depot paint counter to have it tinted and you should be all set!
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Does the cabinet surface need to be stripped (e.g., glossy paint, etc.) before applying this product?

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Stone Mountain, GA
July 25, 2012
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October 23, 2014
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The instructions say there is no need to strip. My cabinets were originally stained & I did not strip anything. The de-glosser that comes in the kit takes care of this process. So there is no sanding or stripping before applying this product.
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September 3, 2014
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Negative. The deglosser will prepare your cabinets for the new coating. Buy extra abrasive pads and use plenty of the deglosser when scrubbing them down. Use some muscle. The harder you scrub, the better the profile. Just be sure to go with the grain when you're scrubbing because you're basically scratching the cabinet so the new paint has something to stick to.
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May 13, 2014
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I wouldn't call it stripped, but there is a cleaner included that deglosses. This is an important step and took me the longest.
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March 14, 2014
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No, the deglosser that's included "strips" the finish enough so that the bond coat can stick. No sanding or stripping necessary.
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Farmington, Michigan
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December 22, 2013
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No. The kit contains a Deglosser (Step One). Just follow the directions. It is odorless and easy clean up.
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Killeen, TX, USA
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September 6, 2013
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No. You just need to apply the deglosser with the scrub pad included in the kit.
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April 10, 2013
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No they do not need to be stripped. They provide a "deglosser" product that makes it not necessary. I do recommend a thorough cleaning (with murphys soap or the like) prior to deglossing. The deglosser seemed to work fine, but I would not buy this kit. You can purchase deglosser seperately, primer and topcoat too. Price is about the same as buying the kit.
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March 28, 2013
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No No stripping just follow directions and if there are many layers of paint you may have to strip them first but 1 to 3 layers of paint is ok.
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January 24, 2013
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The kit comes with it's own de-glosser. You supply the cotton cloths to wipe on the product and rinse off with water. As long as you are dealing with stained or painted finishes, you will have everything you need in the kit. (Please see box details on kit contents)
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November 12, 2012
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It comes with a deglosser but it doesn't do much.... take the time to sand your surfaces and it will look great!
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July 26, 2012
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There is no stripping or sanding with Cabinet Transformations (Model # 258240).
There is a deglosser included in your kit that will remove the glossy surface and allow for the bond coat to properly adhere to the cabinet surface.
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Approximately how many cabinets will one kit cover?

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October 23, 2014
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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!
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September 3, 2014
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I have a standard 10X10 kitchen with 26 cabinets and drawers in all. I only had a little bit of base coat (applied 2 coats) and glaze coat (applied 1 coat) left over. I had plenty of top coat left over. The small cans will get you farther than you think. As long as you don't have spills or lay everything on real heavy, you should be fine.
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May 13, 2014
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It's about 100 sq ft, so on my cabinets, one kit did the island and lower cabinets (about 10 ft of those)
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March 14, 2014
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It covers approx 100sqft. Go to rustoleum's site and follow the how to to measure your cabinets. Using their tool, there's enough to do 100sqft and that includes both sides of the doors, the cabinet faces, and drawer fronts. It does not included shelves or inside/sides of drawers. Although, I had plenty to do the shelf fronts and sides of drawers.
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February 7, 2014
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My cabinets have 24 doors and 15 drawers. I used one-and-a-half of the large kits and about a quart and a half of Minwax oil based polyurethane because I did not use the top coat that came in the kit.
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January 2, 2014
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You could complete most kitchens with this kit. A little of the stain goes a long way. The only thing that a person might run out of is deglosser. I have 22 cabinets and 10 drawers. It does not include the interior of the cabinets.
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One kit will cover 100 square feet.
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March 28, 2013
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You have to read the box and it will tell you the price will also tell you the small kit it will cover approx. 12 cabinet fronts/doors the base and inside of doors approx.
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January 24, 2013
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My results have given me coverage of 6 upper and lower cabinet section, two large upper cabinets sets, one under sink cabinets and 20 drawers and product to spare.
Note: depending on how much color cote you need to completely cover original finish will determine total coverage.
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November 12, 2012
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We used it on about 15 doors and the frames and used half of the kit.... you should really measure to make sure you have enough.
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July 20, 2012
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Model # 258240 will cover 100 sq. ft. of cabinetry.
Measure the length of your top cabinets in inches and multiply times the height. Standard wall cabinet heights are: 12" – 18" and 30" – 42".
Measure the length of your bottom cabinets in inches and multiply times the height. Standard base cabinet height is: 34-1/2".
Add these two totals together and divide by 144 to determine the total square feet you
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Model # 258240 will cover 100 sq. ft. of cabinetry.
Measure the length of your top cabinets in inches and multiply times the height. Standard wall cabinet heights are: 12" – 18" and 30" – 42".
Measure the length of your bottom cabinets in inches and multiply times the height. Standard base cabinet height is: 34-1/2".
Add these two totals together and divide by 144 to determine the total square feet you will need to cover.
This measurement excludes the inside of all cabinet frames.
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Does this work on painted cabinets. All of the examples seem to be stained and you can still see the wood grain. Our cabinets are already painted.

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Yes. Step one of the process is a deglazing agent applied with a green scouring pad.( included).
This step prepairs the surface for step 2. The bonding coat .(the coulor) Just make sure the paint is sound and not flaking off. Step 3 the glazing finish allows you to add a grain effect to the cabinets. step 4 the finishing coat. Gives a nice satin finish to the cabinets. Watch some videos on you tube. I
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Yes. Step one of the process is a deglazing agent applied with a green scouring pad.( included).
This step prepairs the surface for step 2. The bonding coat .(the coulor) Just make sure the paint is sound and not flaking off. Step 3 the glazing finish allows you to add a grain effect to the cabinets. step 4 the finishing coat. Gives a nice satin finish to the cabinets. Watch some videos on you tube. I found them very helpful. Good luck.
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Yes - in fact, if you do the glaze right, it'll look like you have wood grain again. If you can see the grain under your current paint, it will track the glaze into the grain again, too. Or, like on mine, I had no grain on the cabinets but did on the doors. The way I applied the glaze with wiping off strokes now looks like woodgrain there as well.
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March 14, 2014
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Yes you can use it on painted cabinets. The deglosser just takes some of the finish/polyurethane off so that the bond coat with stick.
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It might work after applying a good primer. But the look will not be the same. The grain of the wood will not show, and this is a feature I liked when I used it . These cabinets are not made of wood, I had to prime them before the product. The fake grain does not show at all.
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Yes it does absolutely it works on many surfaces even paint! follow each step.
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This product will work on painted or stained finishes. The de-glosser removes the surface coating which allows the color cote to bond properly to cabinet surface.
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This product will work on painted or stained finishes. The de-glosser removes the surface coating which allows the color cote to bond properly to cabinet surface.
Depending on the original finish and the color of product you choose, you may have to apply a second coat of the color cote, which has gotten me best results. There was always enough of the materials to do small to medium size kitchen cabinets with product to spare. Results will vary depending on height and number of cabinet banks you have.
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December 7, 2012
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Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations will work well on painted cabinets too. Just remember when cabinets are painted the wood grain is hard to see with every additional coat. If the existing paint is chipping or cracking please sand the surface so that it doesn't interfere with the adhesion of the product.
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Yes, The box indicates that it will work on painted cabinets. We also had some paint that had dripped onto our cabinets and it covered that as well :) My #1 suggestion is that you need to take the time to sand them, the deglosser just doesn't do the job that is needed to get the product to stay on the cabinets. GOOD LUCK!!
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You should be able to as the bond coat is really a paint and not a stain.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by What a Difference!! Worth the time. I have a rental where the kitchen cabinets are over 30 years old. The base unit is 5' long and the upper cabinets are 8' long. I have a total of 10 cabinet doors. Not a large kitchen unit and the doors are pretty flat. The draws are in very good condition and rolls in & out with one finger. Upper cabinets are in good shape too. Everything is all wood not the composite pressure wood. So I hated to replace them. Saw this kit and decided I'd give it a try, if it didn't work I'll replace the cabinets. The whole project took me about 7 days to complete doing about 3-5 hours per day. I also wanted to change the location of the door knobs that were in the middle of the doors. The base cabinet wood doors were in poor shape with the finish coming off and de-laminating a little in the corner. First I had to fix the wood laminated doors with glue and clamps. Next I sanded the base doors since the finish was coming off. The the upper cabinets over the stove had a lot of grease on them. I used a palm sander to sand everything to get the grease off then used the kit deglosser and scrub pad to go over everything. They give you a lot so don't be shy in using a lot. I let this dry over night and then put on the bond coat. (the color I used was Rustic) This process took awhile and I let it dry over night. I also did the inside of the doors with the bond coat. Also did the cabinet frames on the wall and base unit. The next day I put the second bond coat on and it started looking a lot nicer. Again I let it dry over night. Next was the decorative glaze. They give you plenty of glazing cloth so use it. This process was a little tricky in that you had to wipe the glaze at the same pressure so it looks uniform and go with the grain of the wood. The glaze makes a big difference in that it brings out the wood grain. You could probably do this 2 times to make it darker but I only did it once. Now comes the real tricky part putting on the protective top coat. Read a few reviews where it didn't work out for them. Before I tried it on the cabinet door I had a piece of sample pine that I had done while doing the process. I tried using a good stain 2" brush on the sample. Then I tried a satin polyurethane that I had on the sample. The kit top coat look better than the satin. I also tried the 2" foam brush and found that was better than the good stain brush I had used. Because the top coat dries so fast, I decided to us a 3" foam brush to do the flat part of the doors and a 1" foam brush to do the small edge of the doors. You really have to put on the top coat very fast and only have time to make one brush stroke count. Then I used the 1" foam brush to do the edge again very quickly using 1 stroke. Do not try to go back over it or you'll mess it up. I let it dry over night and then I sanded it very lightly and applied a 2nd top coat to help cover anything that I might have missed. The whole process came out a lot better than what I expected. I kept the same hinges but cleaned them up and then bought new door knobs. I am very happy with the results. It's very time consuming and you can't rush it but it was worth it. August 5, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by DO NOT USE TOP COAT IN KIT All went well up till applying the top coat. Loved how the kitchen looked after applying bond coat. Then I used the protective top coat and ruined all the cabinet boxes. It is impossible to apply. Like watered down school glue. Leaves lumps and streaks. And I am no painting rooky. Boxes dried for a full 24 hours before applying top coat. Thankfully I found a thread where others were having the exact same problem. The "pro" said to sand off the top coat and use minwax water based polyurethane. so even rustoleum says the top coat sucks. Why continue to sell it?? IT WILL RUIN ALL YOUR HOURS OF LABOR. Just buy some deglosser, cabinet paint, and polyurethane. Done. August 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SOOOOOO HAPPY!!! my awesomely fantastic Mom and I completed this project in two weekends. Yes it took longer than what the video indicated but it was so so worth it! I couldn't have been more pleased with the outcome! I did read the other reviews so I knew to add 2 tablespoons of water to step number 3 and it went on smoothly without a problem. I keep going in my kitchen turning the lights on and off and saying to myself I did this! May 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by A year later and all the protection wore off I redid the cabinets about a year ago and all the clear protective top coat wore off around the handles and the paint has major signs of wear! Since I opted to paint and stain the only option is to redo the whole door. The damage is noticeable on 9 of the 16 cabinets I restored. I wish there was an option to upload pictures. I would suggest deglazing areas of high usage every 6 months. August 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Before and After I did the cabinets myself and did the top first then the bottom. I started last Saturday and finished this Saturday 3/13/2016. It went very smooth and love the results and picked Cocoa for the color. March 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Things to watch out for 1. Very time consuming 2. The glaze... make sure you have some artistic skills if you decide to put it on, otherwise you will end up with cabinets looking like a film of wiped dirt stuck on them ALL OVER. The only way to remove the glaze (if you don't like it, is to paint over it. I had to do it a few times in certain areas). Also to make the wood look distressed I applied a good amount of glaze and then used a sqeegy to wipe it down, turned out great on those big flat surfaces. 3. All of this stuff is water based, which means it dries off fast, but it doesn't mean it's not toxic. Wear a good gas mask, not just a dust mask. The final coat you're supposed to "close doors and vents". So make sure you have a mask on you. 4. Don't be afraid to use other colors than just the whites or browns since you are going to put so much work into it that you might as well make a real change to your kitchen. 5. If I had to do it again I would use a roller where possible for that fist coat of paint because my left hand is about to fall off after using a 2" brush on about 100 sqf of cabinets. 6. Make sure to apply A LOT of the de-glazing liquid. I don't think I used enough and in some places when I was rubbing off the glaze, the paint actually came off. I also had a lot of the de-glazing liquid left so I know I haven't used enough of it. 7. It's a lot of work, enjoy!!! :) March 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing Results! I amazing thoroughly amazed by the results of this product! I purchased the Rustic color kit for my bathroom vanities. I figured i would start there before deciding to do my kitchen cabinets. This was a very easy project and well worth $80 to refinish both vanities and i actually have a can of bond and a can of glaze left over. The only thing i did different after reading multiple reviews about the struggles with the top coat is purchase Miniwax Polyurethane and use that instead. It was a good decision and very easy to apply with no worries of build up or drying to fast. Now that ive got some practice with the vanities i will be doing the kitchen cabinets as well!!! I will include some pics but honestly the pics dont do the finish justice! Looks so much better in person! January 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cabinets look brand new Took me a few days to get done. Exhausting but well worth it. Picked the cottage blue and I glazed it. Looks like a blue grey ish. Inexpensive way to upgrade your cabinets. March 7, 2016
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