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Rust-Oleum Transformations

Model # 258109

Internet # 202572588

Store SKU # 399784

Light Color Cabinet Kit (9-Piece)

$74.48 /each

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Product Overview

The Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations 9-Piece Light Color Kit is a 4-step process that will give your outdated cabinets an extreme makeover. Stripping, sanding or priming is unnecessary. The decorative glaze will make your cabinets shine and the light tint base provides 11 color choices for a custom look. 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
  • Light tint base provides 11 color choices
  • 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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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size 
1 QT-Quart 
Coverage Area (sq. ft.) 
100 

Details

Application Method 
Brush 
Coating Product Category 
Paint 
Color Family 
Clear 
Color/Finish 
Tint Base Light Clear 
Dry to touch (min.) 
900 
Interior/Exterior 
Interior 
Paint & Primer in One 
Yes 
Paint/Stain Base Material 
Acrylic 
Paint/Stain Clean Up 
Soap & Water 
Paint/Stain Key Features 
Tintable 
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type 
Cabinet & Countertop 
Professional Paint Supplies & Values 
Pro Supplies 
Sheen 
Natural Stain 
Time before recoating (hours) 
Tint Base 
Base 1 
Transparency 
Semi-Transparent 

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Can this product be used on painted cabinets? Should I sand the cabinets first?Really looking forward to using this product.

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October 29, 2014
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Yes it can!! this is supposed to replace sanding and stripping. The bond coat is nice and thick and goes on so even, itll cover that old cabinet color!!
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March 25, 2013
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No need to sand , They give you a deglosser to scrub the cabinet first.
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March 16, 2013
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Yes it can be used on painted cabinets. Sanding is probably less labor intensive than using the deglossing method in the kit. Sanding is going to cause more mess/dust but will smooth out more imperfections that you may have in your cabinets.
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March 4, 2013
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Yes, it can be used on painted cabinets. Personally I would wash them in TSP first to remove grease, then lightly sand to remove any imperfections. Then just follow the kit instructions. If you prefer a kilz type primer could be used to cover the old paint (especially if it is dark and your going light) for a worry free finish.
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October 26, 2012
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Yes, you can use this over painted cabinets. You use the deglosser first; then the base coat and, finally the glaze and the seal coat. The deglosser will remove any shiny finish from the paint, but should not remove the paint itself. Be certain to watch for drips in the base coat so that you can remove them before they dry. Also, make sure you set aside twice the amount of time you think it will take, as Read More
Yes, you can use this over painted cabinets. You use the deglosser first; then the base coat and, finally the glaze and the seal coat. The deglosser will remove any shiny finish from the paint, but should not remove the paint itself. Be certain to watch for drips in the base coat so that you can remove them before they dry. Also, make sure you set aside twice the amount of time you think it will take, as this is one project that you will need to take your time with in order to achieve a great end product. Good luck! Read Less
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October 12, 2012
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You can use Cabinet Transformations on cabinets. With Cabinet Transformations there is no sanding or priming.
The application video is also attached to this response for more detail on the project itself.
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Can this product be applied with a paint sprayer?

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Germantown, MD
August 22, 2012
I find that when using paint brushes, products like this are not applied evenly and some areas end up uneven... can I use a paint sprayer to do this?

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April 9, 2013
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it can but only if you are not using the decorative glaze. You need the brush strokes to hold the glaze
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April 3, 2013
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The base coat could certainly be used in a paint sprayer. Naturally, the stain will need to be applied by hand, but if you know how to use a paint sprayer you already know this. Wish I had thought to use my paint sprayer on my cabinet doors. It would have made my life much easier.
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March 4, 2013
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I believe you can. The instructions for doing this are in the kit. You can also call Rustoleum for any advice - they were very helpful to me when I called.
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September 13, 2012
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I used a high quality 2" brush when applying and you would never know a brush was used. The product flows and coats very nicely. The biggest issue with brushing is to make sure that deposits do not collect in the decorative recess corners. You do have to have a dry brush available to clean out any residue before it drys. The included video explains this and shows you how to clean out the areas.
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August 23, 2012
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It is not recommended to spray or roll on the Bond Coat of the Cabinet Transformations® if you plan on applying the Decorative Glaze. As the glaze is wiped off with the Decorative Glazing Cloth, some glaze naturally remains in the vertical grooves made by the brush marks from the Bond Coat. Spraying or rolling on the Bond Coat eliminates the possibility of achieving this effect.
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It is not recommended to spray or roll on the Bond Coat of the Cabinet Transformations® if you plan on applying the Decorative Glaze. As the glaze is wiped off with the Decorative Glazing Cloth, some glaze naturally remains in the vertical grooves made by the brush marks from the Bond Coat. Spraying or rolling on the Bond Coat eliminates the possibility of achieving this effect.
If you will not be using the Decorative Glaze, you can spray the Bond Coat. Reduce with up to 30% water and use a HVLP sprayer at 35psi. To spray the Protective Top Coat, reduce with up to 10% water and use a HVLP sprayer at 35psi. Ideal spray temperature and humidity conditions are 78ºF with 35% humidity. Read Less
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Can I use polyurethane sealer on top of the Rustoleum Top Coat (on my cabinets)

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April 15, 2013
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October 29, 2014
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You can. Itll probably change the sheen of the cabinets, but it shouldn't hurt it. Make sure to start on one and see how it looks, if you like it add it to the rest!
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October 6, 2013
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Yes you can
But I am not sure it is needed. The kit includes a clear coat protectant. We finished our kitchen two months ago and I have not seen any damage to it. If you are concerned, I don't see why you would not be able to do that - I am thinking on adding the spray-on polyurethane justto be safe
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Rustoleum's topcoat is a water based polyurethane sealant, so there is no reason you could not use another water based sealant on top of the Rustoleum top coat. They're basically the same thing, so you're just adding a second coat.
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April 15, 2013
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Included in the kit is a clear sealer. If you run out, Rust-Oleum recommends using Varathane water- based polyurethane.
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does it work on laminate cabinets?

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August 14, 2012
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yes it does, I went over white formica with the River Birch color and am very happy with the final look
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It works beautifully on laminate!!! My cabinet sides are laminate and it came out better on the bases than the actual wooden cabinet doors.
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I haven't used it on laminate, but I don't see any reason it wouldn't work just fine. I've seen a few kitchen makeover shows on TV where they've painted the laminate, but don't know with what type of paint. You might want to go online to www.DIY.com and research which paints work best. You might also contact a cabinet supplier/manufacturer in your area and ask if laminate can be painted. Good luck!
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August 15, 2012
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Yes, Cabinet Transformations (Model # 258109) works on all wood, laminate, and melamine surfaces providing the same beautiful look.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 68 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Hard Work, Time Consuming but Very Pleased with Results We are moving and selling our home so we decided to freshen up the kitchen cabinets. They are originally the builder grade Honey Oak color and we chose Linen. I did a lot of research and here are a few tips from my experience. The only regrets I have are that I didn't do this sooner, and in cooler weather! 1. Practice first - I had a few extra cabinet pieces that I practiced on. I highly recommend trying it on scrap wood first, to figure out how the paint goes on, brushstrokes, etc. 2. The deglosser works, but after deglossing 4 cabinet doors, my right shoulder and elbow are permanently sore. I went back to HD and bought an orbital sander-does the same thing with less work. 3. Unless you're looking for a rustic, country-style finish, do not use the color glaze. I tried it on a practice piece and the glaze made it look dirty. The Linen color by itself is fresh and clean. I skipped the glaze and went directly to the top coat. 4. I read that many had issues with the top coat included in the kit, so again, I used it on a practice piece. As long as you don't glop it on or let it build up in the corners, you will not have any issues. July 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hard Work, but can't beat the result and price VERY hard work and you should be prepared for that before you begin, even though it is still easier than sanding everything down. That being said, the result looks great and it's priced right. Take your time and use caution and you can't go wrong. July 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent product We researched extensively before undertaking this product as we have a large kitchen. When numbering our cupboard doors,as instructed, there were 55. So it was a very time consuming project (over 2 weeks) but well worth it. We used each product in the kit (we required 2 kits) ... The deglosser, base coats, glaze and protective top coat. We highly recommend watching the instructional dvd that comes with kit and following instructions exactly. We're very happy with end result. March 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product. Very Impressed We used both the cabinet transformation kit and the countertop transformation to revive our outdated kitchen. The entire process took roughly 5 days, however, we couldn't be happier with the result. The biggest piece of advise I can give, is to take your time and do it right. Do not rush through the project, as the results will show. Give yourself a few days to complete. March 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Blotchy paint Deglazed my mothers 20 year old bleached oak cabinets which were in great shape just dated looking. Wiped them down and let them sit overnight. My friend had just done melamine kitchen and was fine. My paint came out all blotchy. I expected it to be solid white. Dried very quickly-2 coats still blotchy. Now I have to take them to be sprayed. Disappointing waste of time and money. Would not recommend going lighter on solid wood cabinets. July 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great look, need more supplies My cabinets look great. My only complaint is that they don't include enough of the "cheesecloth" type gauze for removing the glazing. My kitchen measured way under what the kit said it had, but ran out half way through. Went to Home Depot and bought more cheese cloth, but it is not the same (thin and nap too small.) Too bad you can't buy the items separately that are in the kit. Otherwise, very pleased with ease of use and final product. July 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by love it was wanting to give my cabinets a nice new look with out spending tons this item did just that so happy with my new cabinets March 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome buy!!! I was aware of the tannin happening when going from oak to white so I emailed Rustoleum and they suggested I prime the cabinets with Zinsser Cover Stain primer. I applied one coat of primer and 2 coats of the bond coat. I used the small kit and had enough for the entire kitchen. I did not used the decorative glaze since I was going for the pure white color. I had utilized the dark kit for my bathrooms and decided not use the protective coat provided because of all of the bad reviews. For this kit, I decided to use the protective coat provided and I'm so glad I did. I had no yellow and it was very easy to apply since I used a damp synthetic angled brush. It is defiantly not a weekend project but very well worth it! January 17, 2016
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