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Model # 302137

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Rust-Oleum Transformations

1 qt. Gray Cabinet Small Kit

  • Complete coating kit - Transforms cabinets to a new look
  • Easy DIY cabinet paint kit - no sanding, stripping or priming
  • Bond coat for ultimate adhesion to wood and laminate surfaces
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Product Overview

  • Complete coating kit - Transforms cabinets to a new look
  • Easy DIY cabinet paint kit - no sanding, stripping or priming
  • Bond coat for ultimate adhesion to wood and laminate surfaces
Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations 1 qt. Pure Gray Cabinet Small Kit is a revolutionary do-it-yourself kitchen cabinet paint coating system that completely changes the dated or worn look of your cabinets for a fraction of the cost of purchasing new ones. Create the look of hand-crafted cabinetry in your kitchen or bathroom without the downtime or mess associated with cabinet replacement. Easy to use cabinet paint requires no stripping, sanding or priming.
  • Ideal for use on worn or damaged wood, laminate or melamine surfaces
  • Each kit covers up to 100 sq. ft.
  • Provides a smooth soft shine with a rich satin finish in 3 easy steps
  • Durable protective top coat is crystal clear, does not yellow over time and is formulated to resist scuffing, cracking, chipping and peeling
  • Offers superior stain and scratch resistance
  • Dries to the touch in one hour, apply additional coats within two to three hours
  • Included de-glosser eliminates the need to sand or prime previously finished surfaces
  • Bond coat provides maximum adhesion and enough product for recommended two coats
  • Soap and water cleanup while wet
  • Clean surface with traditional household cleaners after only 7 days
  • Includes optional decorative glaze for a custom look
  • Each kit includes deglosser, bond coat, decorative glaze, protective top coat, decorative glazing cloths, scrub pads and stir sticks
  • Packaging for on-line order shipments may vary from what is shown on-screen



  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Complete coating kit - Transforms cabinets to a new look
  • Easy DIY cabinet paint kit - no sanding, stripping or priming
  • Bond coat for ultimate adhesion to wood and laminate surfaces
Model #: 302137
Internet #: 206483558

Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations 1 qt. Pure Gray Cabinet Small Kit is a revolutionary do-it-yourself kitchen cabinet paint coating system that completely changes the dated or worn look of your cabinets for a fraction of the cost of purchasing new ones. Create the look of hand-crafted cabinetry in your kitchen or bathroom without the downtime or mess associated with cabinet replacement. Easy to use cabinet paint requires no stripping, sanding or priming.

  • Ideal for use on worn or damaged wood, laminate or melamine surfaces
  • Each kit covers up to 100 sq. ft.
  • Provides a smooth soft shine with a rich satin finish in 3 easy steps
  • Durable protective top coat is crystal clear, does not yellow over time and is formulated to resist scuffing, cracking, chipping and peeling
  • Offers superior stain and scratch resistance
  • Dries to the touch in one hour, apply additional coats within two to three hours
  • Included de-glosser eliminates the need to sand or prime previously finished surfaces
  • Bond coat provides maximum adhesion and enough product for recommended two coats
  • Soap and water cleanup while wet
  • Clean surface with traditional household cleaners after only 7 days
  • Includes optional decorative glaze for a custom look
  • Each kit includes deglosser, bond coat, decorative glaze, protective top coat, decorative glazing cloths, scrub pads and stir sticks
  • Packaging for on-line order shipments may vary from what is shown on-screen



  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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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
Grays
Color/Finish
Gray
Dry to touch (min.)
60
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Kit
Yes
Paint & Primer in One
Yes
Paint/Stain Base Material
Acrylic
Paint/Stain Clean Up
Soap & Water
Paint/Stain Key Features
No additional features
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Cabinet & Countertop
Returnable
90-Day
Sheen
Satin
Substrate/Surface Use Type
Wood
Time before recoating (hours)
2
Transparency
Solid

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Satisfaction guaranteed for full refund of purchase price

Specifications

Dimensions

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

Details

Application Method
Brush
Coating Product Category
Paint
Color Family
Grays
Color/Finish
Gray
Dry to touch (min.)
60
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Kit
Yes
Paint & Primer in One
Yes
Paint/Stain Base Material
Acrylic
Paint/Stain Clean Up
Soap & Water
Paint/Stain Key Features
No additional features
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Cabinet & Countertop
Returnable
90-Day
Sheen
Satin
Substrate/Surface Use Type
Wood
Time before recoating (hours)
2
Transparency
Solid

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Satisfaction guaranteed for full refund of purchase price

Questions & Answers

Does the cabinet surface need to be stripped (e.g., glossy paint, etc.) before applying this product?

Asked by: beginner2
Either way you still do a lot of scrubbing with the deglosser. You have to get rid of the shine on the existing finish or the paint won't adhere as well. With the amount of elbow grease you might as well use an orbital sander and sand it down. Probably easier and provides a better base for the paint. You just need to scrub the tight crevices afterwards.
Answered by: Gem
Date published: 2019-01-04

Approximately how many cabinets will one kit cover?

Asked by: beginner
My husband and I did 22 doors, 2 coats on front and 2 coats on back, 10 drawer faces 2 coats, and the cabinet faces, so around where all the doors and drawers go, 2 coats.
Answered by: Gigi00000
Date published: 2019-02-24

Can I use a cloth to wipe on the clear coat instead of brushing it?

Can I use a cloth to wipe on the clear coat instead of brushing it?
Asked by: Gem
No. Because a cloth sucks up product, you will not get enough on what you are painting. A brush does the best job.
Answered by: Gigi00000
Date published: 2018-08-28

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

Asked by: Hortonsizefun
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.
Answered by: Cricket
Date published: 2018-12-30
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Customer Reviews

1 qt. Gray Cabinet Small Kit is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1378.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I went in with the idea that this was a good product and regardless of how time consuming it was ... I went in with the idea that this was a good product and regardless of how time consuming it was that my cabinets would look good. Big time wrong. Even with going along with the directions my cabinets are a loss. I got as far as painting them and all was good until I added the protective top coat that the manufacture specifically says will not yellow. Guess what? It yellowed. I would say that after all the hard work and time that by the last part of it I would be home free, you would think it would turn out good. Nope. Guess what I have all the time in the world and patience to start all over again, good one. I'm at a loss here. Bought two kits. Now I have 32 cabinet doors that look like a small dog (Rust-Oleum)came in and urinated on them. At this point all I can do is put them up and be reminded every single day what a complete waste of my time this product was. Thanks Rust-Oleum you changed the look and style of my cabinets. They look like the way your product really is.
Date published: 2019-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent results I decided to buy this product after about a week of consideration. I was worried that it would look terrible and then I'd have to shell out big bucks to fix it, which is exactly what I wasn't trying to do when paying $85 for this product. After reading a few reviews I bit the bullet. I had the base tinted to cadet gray. I did end up making a few changes to the protocol based on what I'd read. I didn't have to scrub like crazy with the deglosser. I probably spent 3-4 minutes per cabinet door deglossing. I used a high quality paint brush with Chinex bristles for the base coat. Same for the glaze and top coat. I did purchase a different polyurethane top coat after reading the reviews and it worked well. I bought Varathane semi-gloss. I used 3 coats of poly, sanding with 320 grit sandpaper on between coats. The cabinets came out very smooth. The process was long and tedious, but I figured that's a small price to pay considering with supplies, this only cost $130. I couldn't be happier with the results. My cabinets look brand new and professional. Well worth the time and effort.
Date published: 2019-05-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Well worth the time and money After reading reviews and watching YouTube videos we decided to go ahead and give it a shot. We wanted to redo our ktchen without spending a ton of money. We redid our backsplash and painted before doing our cabinets. We went with the PURE WHITE. Everyone has their own style but what worked for me was the following: First I took a rag with soap and water and cleaned every cabinet. After drying with clean rag I used the de glosser that came with kit. Works very well on removing dirt and grease marks. Next I let sit for an hr. (Only negative about this kit is its very time consuming) next I used a 2" brush and painted along sides and corners making sure there was no build up. Some comments I saw left yellow tint so I made sure to do this part carefully. After I used brush I went with a small roller. Took roughly 3 coats. Final coat for protective coating I used a brush. Very pleased with results so far, however I did have to go back and purchase a second kit as you will run out of paint.
Date published: 2015-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product is amazing. I refinished my bathroom cabinets in two weekends and they went from ugl... This product is amazing. I refinished my bathroom cabinets in two weekends and they went from ugly, old out-of-date white melamine builder's grade cabinets to a rich, warm espresso that look amazing. The kit is easy to use and the instructions are clear and easy to follow. Just ensure you allow enough time to let each step dry thoroughly and give yourself enough space to be able to lay out all the cabinet doors. I used soup cans from the pantry to elevate the doors so that I could easily paint the edges. I also suggest checking the doors and frames periodically while each step is drying so you can wipe up any drips that slowly appear, otherwise the drips will show when fully dried. I added modern hardware and my cabinets look completely brand new. I saved thousands of dollars in my bathroom remodel by not having to buy new cabinets. By the way, I'm not a professional painter or tradesman - just the homeowner. Check out the "before" photo and the end result. Truly a transformation. Thanks, Rust-Oleum!
Date published: 2017-12-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A lot of work, but worth it in the end! My 1985 oak cabinets were looking pretty sad, and after updating my countertops with Rustoleum Transformations, I decided to go for glory and do the cabinets too. I had right at 100 sq ft of cabinetry. I was concerned I might be running out of product towards the end, but there was way more than enough. It was a ton of work. I estimated it would take maybe a week...it took two. Scrubbing with the deglosser to prep the wood for painting is not any easier than sanding. Then it's two coats of paint and one protective top coat. The protective top coat could definitely be improved. It is difficult to work with because it is white, not clear. Any buildup in the corners shows. Also, it dries very quickly and anytime you go over an area that has already started to dry, it shows. That being said, I love the final product. I chose Cabernet, and it is just beautiful. (The pictures do not do the color justice at all. It is much more cherry than it appears.) The finished product is definitely worth all the work that went into it.
Date published: 2013-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product delivered exactly what it promised! I am very pleased with the outcome of my cabinet restoration. It was a lot of hard work, but if you follow the directions exactly and take your time, the results are fantastic! I did the white glazed effect on my 18 year old white cabinets and I cannot believe the difference. They are beautiful. My only "constructive" comment: It takes 2 people longer than a weekend for a standard sized kitchen. I have 29 cabinets and drawers (combined), and it took us 4 straight days of hard work to complete (and I am not counting taking everything out of the cabinets, putting doors back on and putting everything back into the cabinets). But again, the results are well worth it. Don't skimp on the "de-glossing" stage. We scrubbed every area for at least 2-3 minutes, and I think this makes the difference. Just take your time and don't rush. For the $69 (on sale) I spent on the kit and maybe another $100 in random supplies, I have new cabinets that look professionally done.
Date published: 2012-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked well for me! Bought the kit to update our very tired ranch kitchen in our rental. Bottom cabinets were original from the '50's and very old and worn. Upper cabinets had been replaced but didn't match bottoms and the doors were so smudged the varnish was worn to the wood. I chose biscotti to try to get close to the woodwork on the windows and door and somewhat match the floor. It took a couple hours a day over a week to get it done. I deglossed (sanded some rough pieces) and painted. WIthout the glaze it had a bit of a modern european look and I worried that as some reported - that the glaze just made it look dirty. Tried it on one drawer and liked it so stuck with the plan and did it all. You honestly have to look closely to see that it is NOT wood grain. It looks much better in person than in the photos. With a new coat of paint on the walls - it was a total makeover for about $90. LOVE IT. The kitchen is small but I have a LOT of all the materials left. Don't know how it will wear but can touch up when I need to.
Date published: 2016-08-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The actual product is good. I took off a couple of stars from the review because the instruction... The actual product is good. I took off a couple of stars from the review because the instructions say that we should use a synethetic brush. I purchased a really high quality (i.e. expensive) synthetic brush it left very noticeable brush marks during the first coat of the paint, which is Step 2. I was prepared to do multiple thin coats anyway, and switched to a foam brush (super cheap) which seems to work much better than the brush. It covered up a lot of the brush strokes from the first coat, but they are still noticeable. An IMPORTANT tip, which is not related to any fault of the product itself, is to avoid a driveway or garage for painting like I did if there is any flying dust or if there are bugs. By the time the paint dried, I noticed particles of dust from the air which landed on the cabinet doors, and even a couple of mosquitoes :) They are very small, but still irritating if you are aiming for perfection. I had to sand that down before applying a new coat to get rid of it. And if you are willing to spend a few bucks on a battery power
Date published: 2019-06-14
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