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has anyone ever painted over advance on cabinets? customer had her cabinets done last year but doesn't like the sheen (satin). she wants it more shiney so going with semi. will it need to be sanded and primed again just like starting over? or just light sand and recoat with advance semi?
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has anyone ever painted over advance on cabinets? customer had her cabinets done last year but doesn't like the sheen (satin). she wants it more shiney so going with semi. will it need to be sanded and primed again just like starting over? or just light sand and recoat with advance semi?
I would assume that if you are using Advance again sand and paint. But, if you are using a latex paint you would need to prime. If it was me I would call by BM rep.

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TDS says you can apply Advance over hard glossy alkyd surfaces with just sanding for prep so I can't see any reason why you couldn't do the same recoating cured Advance.
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From what I read the OP is going with another type of paint because the customer wants more sheen. Does Advance even come in a semi?
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From what I read the OP is going with another type of paint because the customer wants more sheen. Does Advance even come in a semi?

Last sentence he mentioned Advance Semi. I've never seen Advance in semi around here. All they carry is pearl and high gloss (which is seriously glossy).
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From what I read the OP is going with another type of paint because the customer wants more sheen. Does Advance even come in a semi?
Advance comes matte, satin (aka pearl in Canada, it's the same product), semigloss, high gloss
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Advance comes matte, satin (aka pearl in Canada, it's the same product), semigloss, high gloss
My bad, all I remember is that Advance didn't have a semi, but was coming out with one. Didn't take quite a while for it to happen?
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My bad, all I remember is that Advance didn't have a semi, but was coming out with one. Didn't take quite a while for it to happen?
You may be thinking of Scuffx. They have just come out with a so called "chip resistance " semi-gloss..

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I just re-painted a set of cabinets with Advance over Advance with great results. Orbital sand with 150 first. My BM rep seemed to think it was fine..

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It’s what I love about the hybrid nature of the Advance
Scuff and it goes on top of about any paint
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