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Natural Wood Grain Cabinet Paint Natural Grain Faux Wood Cabinet Refinishing Step 1 Base Coat 1 gal. Large Projects

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FauxEZ Cabinet Paint Natural Grain Faux Wood Finish Step One Base Coat in 1 gal. container for larger cabinet refinishing projects, like kitchen cabinets, built in cabinets and mantels. This Step One Cabinet Paint should be followed with the Step 2 Mahogany Mist Faux Wood Finish Step 2 Tone Coat to achieve desired depth of rich wood color. If you are unfamiliar with the FauxEZ cabinet paint refinishing system, we suggest you purchase a FauzEZ Kit first to try on a small project first so you become familiar with the product before you start your bigger project. No experience necessary and cleans up with soap and water. Ideal for kitchen cabinets, vanities, furniture and doors Easy 2-step coating system, Step One Base is easy to apply and fast drying. Intended to be used with Step 2 Spray On Tone Coat. Base coat is engineered to provide ultimate adhesion for wood, laminate and melamine surfaces. Water based, low odor, and easy soap-and-water clean-up Safe to clean with traditional household cleaners 1 gal. container covers up to 320 sq. ft. Great size for use by professionals.
  • Step 1 of the 2 part system
  • Depth of color determined by number of coats of Step Two
  • Water based, cleans up with soap and water
  • Covers 320 sq. ft.
  • Great for contractors
  • Dries fast
  • Easy to apply
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online price includes PaintCare fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, DC, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT, WA
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
1 Gallon
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
320

Details

Application Method
Brush
Base Material
Urethane
Coating Product Category
Paint
Color Family
Browns / Tans
Color/Finish
brown
Dry to touch (min.)
15
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Kit
No
Paint & Primer in One
Yes
Paint/Stain Clean Up
Soap & Water
Paint/Stain Features
Paint & Primer in One
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Specialty Finish/Small Project
Returnable
90-Day
Sheen
Satin
Substrate/Surface Use Type
Wood
Time before recoating (hours)
1
Transparency
Solid

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
One year

Questions & Answers

9Questions13Answers

can I use a brush on poly clear coat as the topcoat?

Asked by woodchuck68 October 25, 2020
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Answer

Yes you can use a brush to apply clear coat. Use the water based poly.

I have light oak wood cabinets. If I want to make them darker, since they already have a wood gra...

Asked by DwightTee November 27, 2019
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Answers

You can try a test to see how it comes out. Sometimes it will work. You should top coat it with a waterbased polyurethane like Polycrylic by Minwax.

Can this be used in a finished wooden fireplace? I just want to change the color from light wood to dark

Asked by Bmh November 15, 2018
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Answer

Faux EZ can be used over light wood to make it darker. You will need an 8 oz. can of Step One and two cans of Step Two. We recommend that you order one Faux EZ Kit and one extra Step Two. Step Two is a dark spray-on toner. Apply one coat of Step One brush-on and then apply several coats of the Step Two spray, waiting between coats for about 20 to 30 minutes to dry and darken. The more layers you apply the darker the finish. Please follow the videos to get the best results.

Do I need to sanding before aplied the product?

Asked by Cori November 9, 2018
1
Answer

Only sand if the finish is rough and you want it smooth. It is most important that the surface be cleaned and rinsed well.

Can this be applied to Laminate Kitchen Countertops? Good condition, just trying to change to wood?

Asked by fred February 26, 2018
1
Answer

Sorry I don’t think I can answer your question because we used it on cabinets which we sanded down to the bare wood.

The beams in our living room have been painted white I would like them to be a wood color again i...

Asked by Handymom March 29, 2017
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Answers

Yes, I did it to my beams in my basement!

Can you use this on floors?

Asked by Jul April 25, 2016
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This is Step One of a two part system. Step Two is required to achieve the color range indicated. Order the kit and try it out. It has both Step One and Step Two. Faux EZ is not recommended for floors. Check out this video. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Faux-EZ-Natural-Wood-Grain-Cabinet-Paint-Kit-12-oz-Natural-Wood-Grain-Faux-Wood-Cabinet-Refinishing-Kit-Small-Projects-FEZ-101/202967098

can we cover dark cabnits and make them light

Asked by bubba October 25, 2015
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This is Step One of the Faux EZ System. Step Two is required to achieve darker colors as shown online. If your cabinets are darker than the desired new color, you can prime them white first and then use Faux EZ to achieve the new depth of color. The more Step Two is applied, the darker the color. Light colors use less Step Two. Here is the link to Step Two in the twelve pack for larger projects. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Faux-EZ-Natural-Wood-Grain-Cabinet-Paint-Mahogany-Mist-Faux-Wood-Cabinet-Refinishing-Step-Two-Tone-Coat-12-pack-FEZ-114/202985629 Here is the link to the instructional video.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2gxlMilgQc

Can this product used on exterior post under porch?

Asked by mstrooperwife September 5, 2015
1
Answer

You can use Faux EZ in areas where there is never any direct sunlight. It will require two top coats of exterior water based polyurethane. Sunlight destroys Faux EZ.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 9 reviews
  • 75% recommend this product
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I love this stuff!!!! I went from doing 2 window frames that were painted over to all my trim in...
I love this stuff!!!! I went from doing 2 window frames that were painted over to all my trim in the house that was painted over including doors. I highly recommend!!!
by Hosbogs
Simple application process; great results
The white laminate cabinets installed in our home when it was built in 1993 had begun to peel but the MDF foundation was solid so I didn't want to buy all new cabinets. An internet search led me to this product and the videos on the manufacturer's website convinced me to give it a try. I removed all of the cabinet doors, sanded and then primed them (2 coats), applied the two step process per the directions (I used 2 coats of step 1 and 2 of step 2), and then applied three coats of polyurethane for added protection. The hardest part of the project for me was taping off the cabinet frames so I could finish them. My wife and I are very pleased with the results and are considering doing our bathroom vanities and a dry bar area as well. (Note: If you will be applying primer with a brush, remember to make your brush strokes in the direction that you want your grain to run.)
by Steve
18 people found this helpful
This product is not good at all is better to just sand and stain any wood. There was a great prod...
This product is not good at all is better to just sand and stain any wood. There was a great product called stainable primer, unfortunately it went out of business. I will never use this product ever.
by Santi
This product isn't as easy to use as they say on the website, but if you have the patience to do ...
This product isn't as easy to use as they say on the website, but if you have the patience to do it, the end result is beautiful. However, the color is very difficult to get consistent. I first used this on a small bathroom vanity, and it's gorgeous, so I decided to do my master bath cabinets as well, which is about 4 times the amount of cabinetry. It took about 12 hours total, to do 14 cabinet doors and 5 drawers, using two step 1 coats and 4 step 2 coats. There are spots where the color just didn't want to stay on, but fortunately it was mostly on the inside of the cabinets. I'm very pleased with the results, but I'm wary about using it on my kitchen cabinets as I originally planned, due to the even larger number of cabinets, the better lit area, and the inconsistencies in the color.
by Virginiagirl
This is a very good product-but very tricky to use....
This is a very good product-but very tricky to use. There is definitely a learning curve. It is very prone to be runny and difficult to fix errors when it runs. I definitely recommend practice first before applying to your actual project. Watch the company video it is helpful.
by Anne
This product is amazing...
This product is amazing
by Cassandra
Did a great job very pleased....
Did a great job very pleased.
by Mary
1 person found this helpful
Product has the look of natural wood. ...
Product has the look of natural wood. It does the job but isn't perfect. I will use it again. The final spray is needed but the spray has an odor that lasts awhile, so it should only be used with ventilation.
by Karl
1 person found this helpful
I really like the final product! I did 4 heavy...
I really like the final product! I did 4 heavy coats of paint before spraying. I also removed all of my cabinets and layed them flat to prevent it from running, its very thin paint. Dried very fast outside.
by craz
2 people found this helpful
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