Yes, Faux EZ Natural Wood Grain can be used over formica or vinyl cabinets. If they are white or off-white the Step One can be applied directly after cleaning with Krud Kutter and rinsing well. If not white use a white bonding primer like Zinseer 1-2-3. Then proceed. The 8 oz Natural Grain is the Step One Base Coat and requires Step Two to achieve the look shown on the photos and videos. Watch this video to see how to use the product. We hope you enjoy Faux EZ! Please watch the video and follow the directions for best results. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Faux-EZ-Natural-Wood-Grain-12-oz-Cabinet-and-Furniture-Refinishing-Kit-Small-Projects-FEZ-101/202967098?cm_mmc=Shopping%7CG%7CBase%7CD24%7CMulti%7CNA%7CPLA%7CAll_Paint_Smart%7c71700000048001153%7c58700004793621602%7c92700041080546011&gclid=CjwKCAjw5fzrBRASEiwAD2OSV5CRKRQGYUKQ1EHJgtjS9dTcyklKTOYSKuACVh0bcqGdThfvKA1amxoCWjoQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
You buy the one color and then it gets darker the more layers you use. I went from a cream colored cabinet to dark walnut, and it took 2 coats of the brush on plus 3 coats of spray on. The more you spray, the darker it gets.
Applying several coats of Step Two can make your project darker. The more coats, the darker the final product. Let each coat dry for 20 to 30 minutes before applying the next coat.
First you will need to prime the door white and then use Faux EZ Natural Grain Kit. Use both Steps One and Step Two. There is a video on the Homedepot website under the Natural Grain Kit.
You can use Faux EZ over light woods using the same directions as going over a white finish.
Priming is not required.
This product can be painted over.
You can prime them white first with a fast drying primer and then proceed following the directions.
You will need to prime the project white first and then use Faux EZ Natural Grain Kit for small projects. You will need to use both Steps One and Two and follow directions.