Does Cabinet Transformations® work on all cabinets - - wood, laminate, or melamine?
Yes, Cabinet Transformations® works on all wood, laminate, and melamine surfaces providing the same beautiful look. The finish of the solid color Bond Coat will allow some of the natural beauty of the wood grain to be visible. If you do not desire the wood grain appearance, use a wood grain filler prior to coating. If painting over raw wood, it is recommended to use a stain blocking primer such as Zinsser® Bulls Eye® 1-2-3 Primer to establish a smooth, hard surface area to work with.
Can I use Cabinet Transformations® on damaged cabinets?
Yes. Cracks, holes, nicks, and gouges can be filled with plastic wood filler. When the filler dries, sand the area until it is even with the surrounding surface. Once repairs have been made, follow the normal application process.
Can I Use Cabinet Transformations on Surfaces Other Than Kitchen Cabinetry?
Yes, Cabinet Transformations® is also great for end tables, dressers, chairs, armoires, and more.
Do I Have to Strip, Sand, or Prime My Cabinets as Part of the Preparation?
Stripping, sanding, or priming are not necessary with Cabinet Transformations®. Simply use the Deglosser and scrub pads provided to prepare your cabinets prior to applying the Bond Coat.
How Do Humidity and Temperature Affect the Coating Application Process?
Higher humidity will cause the coating to dry more slowly while lower humidity will cause the coating to dry more quickly. Apply when air (ambient) temperature is 50-90ºF (10-32ºC) and relative humidity is below 60%.