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Rustoleum Cabinet Transformation Kits EXPIRED

brisar 108,655 April 4, 2013 at 12:06 PM in Free Shipping (3) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 04-05-2013 at 04:34 AM View Original Post
Home Depot has Rustoleum Cabinet Transformation Kits on sale for $44.69. Shipping is free. Thanks brisar

Note, you may save an extra $10 off $100 with promo code SBFHD10 (apply at checkout).
Alternatively, Amazon also has Rustoleum Cabinet Transformation Kits (White, Expresso, Cabernet) on sale for $44.69Shipping is free.

Note, item may be temporarily out of stock but you may still place an order; usually ships within 2-3 weeks.

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UPDATE:
Amazon [amazon.com] has matched the price of $44.69
(thanks uEih)

Home Depot

Rustoleum Cabinet Transformation Kits
$44.69

Save additional $10 off $100+ w/ promo code SBFHD10
get 3 kits for $124

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#121
If i still want the nature wood grain to show thru, is this the right product to use?
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#122
Quote from hil357 View Post :
I agree. We did the GF java gel stain...it's almost like paint and you don't need to sand the cabinets down - just rough them up a little. The stuff is very forgiving so easy to use... but it stinks since it's oil based. Then used the satin poly on top. They have held up really well.

Ignore the plethora of photos - these were what I had sent to someone showing our handyman's work.
Your kitchen looks fantastic! Your cabinets look to be the same color as mine. How many coats of gel stain and topcoat did you do? Love the glass tiles we want to do those as well. I tried it out this morning and the prep and application seems very easy. I think the hardest part will be waiting for them to dry. I'm very impatient, lol.
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Quote from uEih View Post :
What's the reason for this? I'm disappointed now as I could really use this.
Chemicals. There's some bad stuff in the kit. Doesn't work for some states and/or delivery companies.
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Quote from gaijin4life View Post :
Chemicals. There's some bad stuff in the kit. Doesn't work for some states and/or delivery companies.
Hmm that's weird since amazon still ships it. Probably the delivery company Home Depot uses then.
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Quote from JZB View Post :
Your kitchen looks fantastic! Your cabinets look to be the same color as mine. How many coats of gel stain and topcoat did you do? Love the glass tiles we want to do those as well. I tried it out this morning and the prep and application seems very easy. I think the hardest part will be waiting for them to dry. I'm very impatient, lol.
Thanks! Gel stain was 2 I think... put on thicker (think painting) and not wiped off as much as you would if staining a piece of bare wood. Topcoat was just one coat.
Quote from wishkc View Post :
Thanks so much. Did you apply the topcoat with a rag, foam brush, or synthetic brush.
Foam brush worked best for us w/ topcoat.
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Quote from awoah View Post :
We are just about finished with our kitchen. We used the espresso kit, although the lighting the picture makes it look more black for some reason.. but you can still get the idea of how much of a difference it can make. It was a long process, but I'm glad we did it and am very happy with the results!
Beautiful before and after!

Your kitchen looks almost exactly like mine. Did you use the small kit? If so, did it just need one kit or did it take two?
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Quote from Prince01 View Post :
I have one quick question, my bathroom cabinets and kitchen cabinets are getting old and I have seen that sepcially in bathroom cabinets that due to water and moisture the top coat of the cabinets are coming off.
Also, my kitchen cabinet also coming off, not sure whether my cabinets having paint or plastic coating over the wood or laminate.
My question is should I apply the paint on already coating or should I ripped off the old coating and then apply the paint.
Also, is one kit enough for typical Kitchen?

I noticed that you added "crown molding" (not sure if that's the correct term) to the top of your cabinets. Did you simply buy some plain wood and stain it? If so, how did you make sure that the stain would match the rest of your cabinets? And how many cans of stain and top coat did you buy? Thanks so much!
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#128
Thanks, OP - repped. Got Espresso. Will be a few months before I can use this in my bathroom Smilie
Too many projects, so little time...*sigh*
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