The event introduced several new products including the new Cabinet Transformations. In a nutshell Cabinet Transformations is a product designed to make painting your kitchen cabinets easier and more professional looking. The cabinets are probably 25 years old, rustic pine in good condition. The next photo is the dramatic change that this kitchen went through with the Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations product.
I have been happy overall with how the painted cabinets have held up. My only complaint it that recently there has been some wear around the knobs as shown below.
The good thing about it is that I still have the paint on hand and can easily touch up these spots. I plan doing that after I do my touch ups! I still recommend this product for painting cabinets white.
More on my experience with Rustoleum Cabinet Transformations below.
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I would like to provide you with a review today as there are many methods for painting cabinets and this is just one option. You will also need to buy at least one nice brush. I watched the DVD and thought it was helpful in explaining how to paint the cabinets and highly recommend that if you use this product that you watch the DVD first.
This is because the bond coat is already tinted light or dark. When purchasing the kit you must take it to the paint counter and tell them what color want your bond coat to be.
Both light and dark kits Rustoleum cabinet transformation reviews several specific color options to choose from. I chose Linen White. I am very satisfied with the Linen White color. It is the exact shade of white that I was hoping for. I basically wanted a warm, friendly true white and that is what Linen White turned out to be for me.: So I had decided that I would go two tone and try to do a glaze look like on the island in the photo below on the bottom of my cabinets and white on the top.
BIA Parade of Homes The glaze that came in my kit appeared from the picture on the box to be able to create this look. First step was to put on two bond coats and then put the glaze over it and then wipe it away to create this look.
I spent a good 6 hours painting and then trying to glaze the cabinets. I really tried to get the look but this was the best I came up with. But in real life I could tell it had been faux painted and I wanted it to look like real driftwood. As I was finishing up this ugly cry I opened a birthday card I had received in the mail from my parents that said something to the affect that they admired my ability to take chances and most importantly to get up and keep going when I fell.
Wow, this is exactly what I needed to hear at the time! But parents are pretty cool that way even when you are an adult: I took a two week break and scratched my idea of the two tone and went for all white.
In the meantime, I contacted rustoleum customer service and let them know I was unhappy with their glaze and that I needed 4 coats of white not 2 to cover my cabinets which meant that I was going to have to purchase another kit so I would have enough paint to finish the kitchen cabinets.
I took and sent photos to them of my receipt and cabinets and within a week I received a check to cover the cost of the second kit. So in summary, I can whole heartedly recommend using the Rustoleum Kitchen Cabinets Transformation kit to paint your cabinets Linen White. Be sure to use the top protective coat.This is how I painted my cabinets white using Rustoleum Cabinet Transformations Review.
Why wait for an expensive remodel when you can use Rust-Oleum Transformations? These ultra-simple, do-it-yourself coating systems deliver affordable, professional results in no time to your floors, counter tops and cabinetry. About Cabinet Transformations Light Kit You’re just steps away from the kitchen you’ve been craving—without the cost and mess you thought it would require.
Rust-Oleum® Cabinet Transformations® is a revolutionary do-it-yourself coating system that will completely change the look of your cabinets in three simple steps.
They came out beautifully and it required no sanding, stripping, or priming. The Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations Kit gave my bathroom and whole new look.
Review of Rustoleum Cabinet Transformations. by Doorways Magazine Staff | Nov 15, Share on Facebook. which removes any shine or finish from the cabinets.
The Transformation kit includes deglosser and a scrub pad to help you clean the surfaces to be painted. Next, apply two coats of of the supplied Bond Coat. Similar to a primer, the.
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