What's the best way to apply the Bond Coat and the Protective Top Coat?
Apply the Bond Coat and Protective Top Coat in even coats brushing with the grain of the wood. Be sure to avoid drips. If drips occur, brush over while wet or clean up with water when dry. Use a premium-quality paint brush throughout the application process for a smooth finish.
Do I Have to Use the Decorative Glaze?
Using the Decorative Glaze is optional and does not add additional performance benefits to the system. If you do not wish to use the Decorative Glaze, simply skip "STEP #3" in the application process.
Where Can I Learn More About Additional Glazing Techniques?
The traditional glazing technique is used in the Instructional Pamphlet directions.
I've Applied the Decorative Glaze, But Do Not Like the Way It Looks - What Can I Do?
The Decorative Glaze stays wet 3-5 minutes. While wet, simply use Decorative Glazing Cloth to remove glaze from surface. If the Decorative Glaze has dried, use a clean, damp cloth to remove glaze from surface. Note: If applying over open grain cabinetry, such as Oak, you may not be able to remove all Decorative Glaze from the surface. If this is the case, you will need to apply another coat of Bond Coat followed by the Protective Top Coat.
Can I Spray Or Roll On Cabinet Transformations® coating?
It is not recommended to spray or roll on the Color Enhancer. The Color Enhancer needs to be worked into the surface with a foam brush, and removed with a clean Lint-free cloth. The Protective Top Coat has been formulated and designed for optimal application with a brush, but can be sprayed with the proper equipment. To spray the Protective Top Coat, reduce with up to 10% water and use a HVLP sprayer at 35psi. Ideal spray temperature and humidity conditions are 78ºF with 35% humidity.