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Rustoleum Cabinet Transformation Kits (White, Expresso, Cabernet Rust) EXPIRED

brisar 108,742 April 18, 2013 at 01:45 AM in Home & Home Improvement More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 04-18-2013 at 07:05 AM View Original Post
Home Depot.com has Rustoleum Cabinet Transformation Kits on sale listed below for $37.24 (must add to cart for discount). Shipping is free. Thanks brisarAdditionally, Home Depot.com also has 9-Piece Linzer Best Professional Paint Tray Set on sale for $8.48 (must add to cart for discount). Shipping is free. Thanks brisar [Discuss]

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Edited April 18, 2013 at 01:53 AM by brisar
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Rustoleum Cabinet Transformation Kits
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#76
Quote from kfunk7 View Post :
did you take down the doors when you used a sprayer?
i am thinking about going the sprayer route. could you describe the process you went through and how you went about pants the parts of the cabinet?

thanks
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I just did online chat with HD customer service and got price adjusted down for my order from Feb. Thanks OP
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#78
It took some terrible fighting to even get our order from like 10 days ago discounted. I told them I'd just return them to the store and they can ship me 110 pounds of paint for free again if they wanted. That changed their mind real quick.
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The deal is dead. $75 in cart today 4/19
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Quote from jackeroo75 View Post :
Can someone write a detail instructions on WHAT I need to do a professional job after buying this kit?
Quote from jackeroo75 View Post :
Can someone write a detail instructions on WHAT I need to do a professional job after buying this kit?
Watch the RustOleum Videos that are available on you tube, they're helpful.
Follow most of their instructions with the exception of;
1) Get a Wagner Paint sprayer for the bond coat (step 2, which requires 2 applications). It looks very professionally finished. The sprayer costs about $110 on Amazon so it does add to the overall cost. I needed a sprayer for other projects so for me, it was easy to justify. It definitely saves time too. Just make sure to protect the area where you plan to paint (walls, floor, etc.)
2) To save time & be able to paint both sides (there's a lot of painting & waiting to dry at each step), I followed a suggestion online about getting a couple of 2x4's & hammer some evenly spaced finishing nails. This allows you to paint one side then flip each cabinet door over, rest it on the nails & paint the other side.
3) Use foam brushes for step 4 (top coat)
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Quote from edcantu9 View Post :
i am thinking about going the sprayer route. could you describe the process you went through and how you went about pants the parts of the cabinet?

thanks
I removed all cabinet doors & then removed the hardware from the doors. I only used the sprayer for the removable items (doors basically). I left the cabinets themselves mounted & used a 2 inch brush to paint those. Start in an inconspicuous area so that you get a feel for types of strokes to use (go with the grain) and how much material to carry on the brush for each stroke. I tried to only dip about 1/4 to 1/2 inch of the brush & removed excess before applying.
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I called customer service to get a price match to the previous price and they said, "I cannot price match this because it was already discounted on your original purchase." I then used the talk method and they matched the price no problem...
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Quote from knicksfan View Post :
I removed all cabinet doors & then removed the hardware from the doors. I only used the sprayer for the removable items (doors basically). I left the cabinets themselves mounted & used a 2 inch brush to paint those. Start in an inconspicuous area so that you get a feel for types of strokes to use (go with the grain) and how much material to carry on the brush for each stroke. I tried to only dip about 1/4 to 1/2 inch of the brush & removed excess before applying.
did you just pour the entire quart of paint in the gun? was it enought? i feel like using the spray gun there would be more waste?

also did you just use the spray gun for the paint part or the other coatings as well?

thank you for taking the time to answer my questions!
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Quote from edcantu9 View Post :
did you just pour the entire quart of paint in the gun? was it enought? i feel like using the spray gun there would be more waste?

also did you just use the spray gun for the paint part or the other coatings as well?

thank you for taking the time to answer my questions!
Paint guns tend to use less paint than the brush method.
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Quote from edcantu9 View Post :
did you just pour the entire quart of paint in the gun? was it enought? i feel like using the spray gun there would be more waste?

also did you just use the spray gun for the paint part or the other coatings as well?

thank you for taking the time to answer my questions!
I only used the sprayer for the bond coat (step 2, after deglossing), the rest (glaze & top coat) was done by brush. Regular nylon paintbrush for step 3 (glaze) and step 4 (top coat). If I had to do it over again, I would use a foam brush for the top coat. That's been recommended on several online postings. I had foam brushes on hand but just lost track.

Using the entire can would've been total overkill for my cabinets. I set the sprayer to one of the lowest settings & used a little over half of the can on the cabinet doors...and that was 2 coats, not just 1. I agree with the post above, sprayer seemed more efficient. Start spraying the doors on the back to get a feel for the sprayer & minimizing waste.
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Here are pics of my completed project. Pics of cabinets (with doors off before) and after completion. I am fussy and even while using about 7 good foam brushes while applying top coat rinsed and cleaned in between coats you can see some slight overlap in some areas at the seams where the grain meets horizontally/vertically. This is not the best clearcoat you can buy... It's a pain to get a nice finish.For those that can use a sprayer for the top coat. Especially on colors dark like the espresso which shows any minute flaw. All in all good results but not excellent.
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