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Old 10-18-2008, 05:26 PM   #1
 
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I used this stuff on a couple of doors I was painting for a client a few days back. Shocked at what a hard shell it forms. Has anyone used it on Kitchen cabinets?
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Not on cabinets, but on lots of trim. I stopped using it one summer because it dried so fast.
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Painted my cabinets with the semi-gloss acrylic. It's good paint for cabinets IMO.
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I've used the semi too but this gloss is super hard. Extremely washable. I have been playing around with my leftovers because I have some basement cabinets I was thinking about re doing and I am just really impressed with it.
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Go for it it will be a fine paint for the job if that is the sheen you want to go with.
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Does get pretty shiny huh.
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It does got a pretty goood shine for waterbourne. Still will work fine on your cabinets though. Myself i would rather have the semi-gloss.
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i use it on all my new const. jobs trim,doors,built ins, i find satin or actualy pearl in the manor hall line is the perfect sheen dries hard and fast of coarse i spray it on
it is self primeing and dose powder up when sanded i have used it on raw wood but as a rule i use under coater then paint on raw wood
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