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Old 08-28-2016, 10:40 PM   #1
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Default Cabinet Coat on doors and trim

I'm thinking of using cabinet coat instead of advance (both pearl) in a house on the baseboards, door/window frames and doors (and other similar trim), as my supplier recommended I give it a try. Right now they're painted with regular eggshell, but it's a very nice and expensive house, I'd like to go an extra step. I like advance a lot, and it's been my standard trim/door paint, but the customer told me she didn't want it too glossy. Although I'm sure she'd be fine with advance, the cabinet coat looks less glossy.

What do you think of using this product for this application?

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Urethane finish so super tuff and definitely worthy of being put on a expensive house
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CC is a great product. Upside is quicker recoat over Advance. Downside is only available in pastel base, but depending on color, that may not matter.
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Haven't had the opportunity to work with CC yet. I am, however, using Muralo Ultra Waterbourne Satin Flow for the 2nd time. Doors, trim vanity, etc.--it's a great product and probably similar to CC. It's a good bit more expensive than Advance, but better in a number of ways.


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Muralo Ultra is one of the best trim paints around, for sure.
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i personally dont have any experience with cabinet coat but one painter i know uses it as standard door and trim coat in satin finish. so, i guess it should be good
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I agree with @ElTacoPaco it is an excellent option for trim because it is so tough and that it's worth it on an expensive interior.

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It's alright better to spray than brush and or roll. It does have a very nice satin finish. I don't find it to be any less glossy in pastel than Advance. A cabinet builder we do a lot of work for uses it on all his custom built in"s and kitchen cabs.

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It's alright better to spray than brush and or roll. It does have a very nice satin finish. I don't find it to be any less glossy in pastel than Advance. A cabinet builder we do a lot of work for uses it on all his custom built in"s and kitchen cabs.
I've put it next to breakthrough and SW MSA, out of the three cabinet coat has the most sheen.
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Cabinet Coat is an outstanding product. Recoat times and dry hardness puts Advance to shame. I roll and brush all my trim work including cabinets and it will lay down flawlessly but you MUST thin it just enough so their is no drag. You won't be disappointed. My BM supplier said their working on deep bases.
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Haven't had the opportunity to work with CC yet. I am, however, using Muralo Ultra Waterbourne Satin Flow for the 2nd time. Doors, trim vanity, etc.--it's a great product and probably similar to CC. It's a good bit more expensive than Advance, but better in a number of ways.


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Unfortunately I don't think we have Muralo in Canada.
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