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Old 01-14-2017, 12:56 AM   #21
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How do you guys use MSA on cabinets, when on the data page is specs metal and concrete only? If you have any problem whatsoever, SW will never back your claim.


Valid question. I suppose the answer is that we use it recklessly. I use it because that's what I learned, and I haven't had any issues with it so far *touch wood. I'm always looking for ways to improve, which is why I started this topic.

What do you use AUE for? Or do you prefer another product?


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Valid question. I suppose the answer is that we use it recklessly. I use it because that's what I learned, and I haven't had any issues with it so far *touch wood. I'm always looking for ways to improve, which is why I started this topic.

What do you use AUE for? Or do you prefer another product?


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I only asked the question because I have a set of french doors and side lights inside to do next week and was considering MSA. When I looked at the data page it does not spec for wood, and so many people use on cabinets. I most likely will use PI acrylic.
I use waterbase lacquer on cabinets now. I have not used AUE yet, but that technology was bought when they purchased Frazee paint out here in San Diego, it was called Arothane. I have been using the Dunn Edwards similar product called Aristoshield with great results on doors and trim.
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How do you guys use MSA on cabinets, when on the data page is specs metal and concrete only? If you have any problem whatsoever, SW will never back your claim.
Because Mike, I'm a badass, and that's what we do. Besides, SW prolly wouldn't back my claim if they made paint specifically for my job.
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I only asked the question because I have a set of french doors and side lights inside to do next week and was considering MSA. When I looked at the data page it does not spec for wood, and so many people use on cabinets. I most likely will use PI acrylic.
I use waterbase lacquer on cabinets now. I have not used AUE yet, but that technology was bought when they purchased Frazee paint out here in San Diego, it was called Arothane. I have been using the Dunn Edwards similar product called Aristoshield with great results on doors and trim.


I have never used MSA on trim or doors, just cabinets and the metal surfaces it is spec'd for. We typically use ProClassic for interior trim and doors, although I am going to try the AUE on the next job. It might become my new go-to for trim/doors.

What water borne lacquer do you use? I'm really exploring better options for cabinetry lately and would love your feedback.


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I have never used MSA on trim or doors, just cabinets and the metal surfaces it is spec'd for. We typically use ProClassic for interior trim and doors, although I am going to try the AUE on the next job. It might become my new go-to for trim/doors.

What water borne lacquer do you use? I'm really exploring better options for cabinetry lately and would love your feedback.


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