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Old 03-21-2009, 02:55 PM   #1
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I have some yellow oil base cabinets that we are going to be painting. Normally, I would just put two coats of oil semi gloss on them. But they have to be done in one day.

what would you suggest???

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Old 03-21-2009, 03:42 PM   #2
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I would use fast dry primer and top coat, but you will be looking at two coats on the top finish. Make sure you turn off all open flames before you do this.
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That is a tall order Dave
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Old 03-21-2009, 05:31 PM   #4
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I wouldn't even go there. To sign on for 2 coats of oil in one day is signing your death warrant.
As a business person, not literally like someone would then kill you.
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Nah Gonna Dooit

Even if you want a two coat in one day product (like Aura), you'd need to oil prime first
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I think two coats of a product like Cabinet Coat would be an option. The hard part is going to be getting everything clean and sanded in time. Hopefully it is a small kitchen.
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No pic?

I guess the question is how long will it take you to put a coat of primer on them?
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One day is the problem but if that is all you got try this. I have had similar requests from property managers who handled many of the college rentals in our town. Just what you are describing.... kitchens badly yellowed and stained. After cleaning everything we wiped with a liquid sandpaper to loosen the old oil finish and increase adhesion. Then used awhite pigmented shellac for primer. Then went over the top with two coats of white laquer. It worked and held. This is a rushed service and application of laquers can be tricky. This stuff is touchy but it is a good short cut for thiose clients that are in a rush and need it fast. Of course that = additional charge for the service!
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Griptech from Rustoleum might be a great bonding primer for this, and our DuraPoxy is the best! You could spray our DuraPoxy on the primer as soon as you're done cleaning out your rig of the primer. And get a 2nd coat of finish on as soon as you're done w/ the 1st coat. PM me if you're close to CA. Or if you are interested regardless of where you are in our great USA.
http://www.rustoleumibg.com/images/t...-14_210775.pdf
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XIM 400W NT unless in California. Super quick dry bonding primer. Repaint in an hour, hard in 24 hours, unbelievably hard to scratch in a week.
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XIM 400W NT unless in California. Super quick dry bonding primer. Repaint in an hour, hard in 24 hours, unbelievably hard to scratch in a week.
Sorry! I forgot about XIM. Awesome product line!
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I was thinking Emulsa-Bond, but after looking its a bad choice
http://www.flood.com/flood/CustomerS...saBond+FAQ.htm
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They came out beatuful. T1 oil primer, one cot of everlast oil semi gloss. That T1 is some strong good primer, with lots of body.
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