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Rust-Oleum Transformations Light Color Cabinet Kit (9-Piece)
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Rust-Oleum Transformations

Light Color Cabinet Kit (9-Piece)

$74.48 /each

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The Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations 9-Piece Light Color Kit is a 4-step process that will give your outdated cabinets an extreme makeover.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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Can i use this on cabinets in my manufactured house - they are cheap fake wood with a paper covering over them.

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October 21, 2016
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Yes, you can Lisa, We recommend sealing the therma foiled cabinets with an oil based primer first to ensure best adhesion of the Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations Kit. We recommend Rust-Oleum Zinsser Cover Stain Primer. You will omit the deglossing stage of the kit by priming. Just be sure the cabinets are cleaned and dried well before priming. Read More
Yes, you can Lisa, We recommend sealing the therma foiled cabinets with an oil based primer first to ensure best adhesion of the Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations Kit. We recommend Rust-Oleum Zinsser Cover Stain Primer. You will omit the deglossing stage of the kit by priming. Just be sure the cabinets are cleaned and dried well before priming.
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October 20, 2016
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No, this product is for wood cabinets.
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I have a dark stained bathroom vanity, almost black, and want to do a dark brown like espresso. Will this cover it?

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October 14, 2016
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We understand that you would like to change your surface from a black finish to something lighter, but still in the brown family of colors. Rust-Oleum Transformations Light Cabinet Transformations Kit does not offer an Espresso color option. Take a look at the Dark Cabinet Transformations Kit instead for your project. Read More
We understand that you would like to change your surface from a black finish to something lighter, but still in the brown family of colors. Rust-Oleum Transformations Light Cabinet Transformations Kit does not offer an Espresso color option. Take a look at the Dark Cabinet Transformations Kit instead for your project.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleum-Transformations-Dark-Color-Cabinet-Kit-9-Piece-258240/202572595?keyword=Dark+Cabinet+Transformations+Kit
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can i use this product again on my cabinets that now have this product on them just a different color

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can i use the antique white color over the expresso color?
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The Cabinet Transformations Kit can be applied over previously painted cabinets as long as the paint is in good condition and adhered well to the cabinets. There is no need for any stripping or sanding, you simply use the deglosser in the kit to prepare the surface, following the directions provided in the kit. Please note that if you are going from a very light color to a very dark color (or vice Read More
The Cabinet Transformations Kit can be applied over previously painted cabinets as long as the paint is in good condition and adhered well to the cabinets. There is no need for any stripping or sanding, you simply use the deglosser in the kit to prepare the surface, following the directions provided in the kit. Please note that if you are going from a very light color to a very dark color (or vice versa), this may require additional coats or material. Read Less
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Could the color have been mixed wrong and what can I do to fix it?

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I bought the box in Westminster California but am using it on our vacation home in Lake Havasu City AZ
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I bought a kit for River Birch. The person that mixed the color put a x on River Birch as well. The base coat was much lighter than what it showed on the box but I thought that it may balance out once I added the glaze. After glazing the end of the island it matches Frost exactly. What am I supposed to do to remedy this situation? I have used this product before (in another color) in one of our bathrooms and I couldn't have been happier.
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September 21, 2016
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Something's amiss here, Cathy. We provide the stores with formulas for the Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations Kit so there should not be any discrepancies with River Birch. You can certainly paint over the cabinets with a new color if you'd like. If the clear hasn't been applied, just go right over the glaze. If the clear was applied, scuff sand with 320 grit sandpaper prior to reapplying. We would like Read More
Something's amiss here, Cathy. We provide the stores with formulas for the Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations Kit so there should not be any discrepancies with River Birch. You can certainly paint over the cabinets with a new color if you'd like. If the clear hasn't been applied, just go right over the glaze. If the clear was applied, scuff sand with 320 grit sandpaper prior to reapplying. We would like to try to make this right. Please call us at (888) 577-8459 to discuss. Read Less
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Light Color Cabinet Kit (9-Piece) is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 609.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from New Cabinets... I was told by multiple kitchen remolding contractors that you CANNOT paint these cabinets because it is made of Thermofoil, and it would cost me over $10k to replace it. I decided to remove two zeros from that amount ($10,000 :) $100) to buy Rust-oleum and I think I made 2nd best choice of my life (first was proposing my then GF and now wife) Either you can go spend thousands of $$ and replace all cabinets or simply pay less than $100 and paint it. I also had some questions and called customer support and they have one of the best customer support out there.
Date published: 2016-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the Results I had been waiting to paint my cabinets for awhile. I really wanted a white kitchen because mine is so small. I finally bought the Rustoleum Pure White Cabinet Kit after a lot of research. It took longer than I thought because there are a lot of coats that I needed to put on to cover the darker shade of brown I had for my cabinets. I'm not the greatest painter, so there are definitely some imperfections, but overall they turned out great. I would warn you that it will take longer than a weekend to do unless you have multiple people helping. Each step needs a few hours to dry and you have to do the inside and outside of the cabinets 2-4 times. I am very happy I bought this product and would recommend to anyone that wants to change the look of their cabinets.
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from WOW!!! This is the product that FINALLY made our kitchen Pop! Our 1990's kitchen seemed outdated several years ago. We added Granite Countertops. Still looked dated. Then we added a ceramic tile backslash. Still seemed old. Then we dropped $5,500 on stainless steel appliances. We still Did Not have the kitchen we wanted. We had toyed with the idea of having the cabinets replaced or even refaced. Way too much money - thousands of dollars quoted. Then we saw this product online. We drove to our local Home Depot and purchased a kit for $74.00. The project took an entire weekend and then a couple days you wrap up the finishing touches. My wife and I did the entire project ourselves. The directions were very straight forward and easy to follow. We had 19 doors, 9 drawers and the cabinets they went to, to paint. We ended up buying a total of three kits because we could NOT purchase the bonding agent (Paint) separately. We ran low and had to buy full kit to get another 1/2 can of paint. They call the paint a bonding agent rather than paint. We spent an additional $133 for door and drawer pulls and $125 for painting supplies, brushes, pans, rags, tape and 40 painting points to place the doors on while painting them. The results were AWESOME!! It made every penny we spent prior to painting the cabinets finally pay off!! You can see the results in the pictures. I have included a BEFORE of the ORIGINAL kitchen - then a BEFORE after Granite and stainless appliances were added - and then an AFTER Picture showing the FINISHED Project with the newly painted cabinets. I highly recommend this for anyone that can paint, and has good serviceable but dated cabinets.
Date published: 2016-08-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well and easy to use My fifty year old cabinets look brand new. The clear coat was flaking off so I had to sand all the surfaces and then I wiped them down with acetone. Never used the deglosser. I used a foam roller for the first coat of Cocoa colored bond coat and feathered it out with the brush, goes on faster that way, when it dried I did the same with the second coat. I tried the glaze on a small section and did not see where it made much difference on the dark color so I did not use it. I brushed on the clear top coat without any problems, I did not thin it with water. put it on thin and keep that brush moving. After doing the small kitchen pictured, I still had almost a full quart of bond coat left.
Date published: 2016-09-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-08-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product! I wanted to make sure I left a review because I researched this product a lot. I wanted the nice airy grey so I went with the winter fog and it was PERFECT! My original cabinets were red oak from the nineties and needed a face lift. I am SO happy with the turnout. Like other reviews on here I went with MinWax polyurethane instead of the provided finishing product. I didn't even try the stuff it came with I just went with what was recommended. Very easy to use. The deglosser is amazing and does a fantastic job, I actually used it also on my oak bannister. The job is definitely time consuming but totally worth saving the money! I couldn't be happier with my cabinets!
Date published: 2016-10-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not for golden oak cabinettes!!! I read all the directions, did all the kitchen cabinets, put everything up and as I was breaking down the boxes there is a note on one side that there is a separate process for light (golden oak) cabinets. This should have been in the directions! After about 9 months the light oak stain came through. I think it looks ok as a 'patina' but my wife disagrees so I am starting all over again.
Date published: 2016-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-08-06
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