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Old 05-24-2014, 08:33 PM   #1
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Default Kitchen cabinets from start to finish

Tarted this one last week and did the final install with new hardware today. Everyone was happy with the outcome

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Old 05-24-2014, 08:34 PM   #2
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Doing the boxes
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The doors and the final product
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Very nice. What did you use?
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Wow wje it looks awesome!
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Nice! What a difference that makes in the feel of that kitchen.
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Top notch job as always!
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Very nice. What did you use?
Thanks, here was our procedure and product lineup

Remove all doors and hardware
Sand all boxes
Clean all boxes and wipe with alcohol
Prime boxes with BIN
2 coats Dulux waterborne alkyd semigloss

Take doors home repeat procedure
A wrap all doors with bubble wrap and packing plastic
Install, touchup and get paid!

I just kind of wish the waterborne alkyds would dry faster. I am getting to the point where I want a one week cure time on doors before delivery/re installation. Right now we leave for almost 3 days but they are still a bit too tacky in my opinion.

How long are you guys letting cabinet doors cure?
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I let them set for as long as I can. 3 days isnt that long. If its raining out a week. . If i think theres any chance of me damaging or scratching them on the way to site they dont go.
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We use cardboard under and between doors and then transport on bottom edge, not stacked. If I put the final coat on Friday morn they are ready to handle come Monday. Have you tried using a dehumidifier in your 'dry room'? It never ceases to amaze me just how much moisture those units can pull from the air.
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I let them set for as long as I can. 3 days isnt that long. If its raining out a week. . If i think theres any chance of me damaging or scratching them on the way to site they dont go.
Its why we started using wb lacquers. Even in our really humid climate during the summer 24 hrs is all we need for a cure.
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Beautiful work!
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BTW those cabinets look great. Not sure if we can get the lacquer here in NY. What product are you guys using?
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BTW those cabinets look great. Not sure if we can get the lacquer here in NY. What product are you guys using?
I just got done doing a real small job using Valspar waterborne lacquer. Was really happy with it. Specially using it for the first time.
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Very nice Pat! A real cabinet paint that will perform like one.
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I just got done doing a real small job using Valspar waterborne lacquer. Was really happy with it. Specially using it for the first time.

Did you use the pre-cat or the regular?
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Did you use the pre-cat or the regular?
Regular semi gloss white

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Sherwin williams solo....and reinstalled next day....here
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Sherwin williams solo....and reinstalled next day....here
Solo is great for new work. Not hard enough IMO for remodel/ occupied work.
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