Cabinet Refinishing System is rated
Rated 5 out of
I read the reviews with its tips and tricks and decided to try this myself. And I am so glad I did!
It's a lot of work but the outcome is worth it. The longest part is the deglossing of the doors. That alone took me a few days but I wanted to make sure it was done well so that the bond would stick properly! The next 2 steps are easy... I needed two coats of bond to fully cover them. And I only glazed the front of the doors and the cabinets. I also took everyone's advice and not use the top coat provided. I wanted a top coat I could take my time with and was user friendly. I bought the oil modified polyurethane in a satin finish and that worked very well. If your wondering... I went with the espresso color! It really does a nice job and I'm very proud of my work.
Date published: 2019-07-28
Rated 1 out of
Do not get the white
I just finished my bottom cabinets and half of the top done and I’m so upset I bought this kit. First of all we needed 3 coats of the bond, which was fine, we bought 2 kits so we had plenty. The bond looked great until we put the protective coat on. It turned yellow. After some research we discovered that it was caused from some tannin bleed through in which rust-oleum recommends you use an oil based stain blocking primer, even though the description of this produce says no primer. So we buy the primer, prime everything and then we had to put not 1, but 2 more coats of bond on, and then the protective coat. Fine. We did that. That’s 8 coats of stuff on at this point. They dry and we hang them and they are blue! They are freaking blue! I don’t even know what to do at the point. I’m out about $500 in kits and supplies and I HATE my kitchen. I liked my kitchen before, I wanted to love it with this kit, but I hate it. Im embarrassed. I don’t want anyone to see it. DO NOT BUY THIS. Do your cabinets the right way. I wish I would have
Date published: 2020-05-08