|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.3 x 3.3 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||PTHS|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||General Finishes High Performace Water Based Topcoat, 1 pint, Satin|
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- The hardest, most durable consumer polyurethane top coat on the market today
- UV stabilizer protects it from breaking down in sunlight and protects the underlying Stains from fading
- With its Pure polyurethane durability, it can even be used on floors
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High performance top coat is the hardest, most durable consumer polyurethane top coat on the market today. It contains all the consumer friendly characteristics of a poly acrylic blend. In addition it contains a UV stabilizer to protect it from breaking down in sunlight and to protect the underlying stains from fading. With its pure polyurethane durability, it can even be used on floors.
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The whole thing (minus the kitchen gadgets--just the makeover) cost around $500 and was chosen for cost, looks, and simplicity of application (very pregnant, very impatient).
I'm attaching the before and after images, and I'll talk about the individual part relevant to this review. Here is the list of all remodeling purchases:
1. General Finishes Antique White Milk Paint, Gallon +General Finishes Water Based High Performance Polyurethane Top Coat Semi-Gloss Gallon
2. d-c-fix 346-0478 Decorative Self-Adhesive Film, Rustic, 17.71" x78" Roll
3. KINGO HOME Commercial High Arch Stainless Steel Single Lever Brushed Nickel Pull Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet, Kitchen Sink Faucet with Dual Function Spout Sprayer
4. Mosaic Peel & Stick 10" x 10" Backsplash, Kitchen, Bathroom, DIY Wall Tiles - Set Of 6, Black And White
5. Achim Home Furnishings VFP2.0SS40 Tivoli II Achim Home Imports Silver Spruce 6" x 36" Self Adhesive Vinyl Floor Planks Planks/60 Square Feet, 40 Pack, Piece
6. Brilliant Evolution BRRC135 Wireless LED Puck Light 6 Pack With Remote Control - Operates On 3 AA Batteries - Kitchen Under Cabinet Lighting
Love this paint. I'm extremely happy with how my kitchen cabinets turned out. This was a spur of the moment decision, to paint the cabinets. At some point I just couldn't stand them anymore, but getting a new kitchen wasn't something we ever intended to do in this house. I thought about getting new doors for the cabinets, but that seemed like the type of effort no one was going to tolerate. I was 7 months pregnant and reached the end of my limits, and ordered this paint, the semi-gloss top coat, and a heavy duty respirator. Over the weekend when my husband was away, I painted my kitchen; three base coats on Saturday and two top coats Sunday morning.
I used a degreaser on the cabinets and let that dry. Honestly, not sure if that did anything, they looked and felt the same after. But well, it says to do that. I then painted them with a brush not really paying too much attention, since I knew it needed at least one more coat (turns out, three total did the trick). Then I painted it again with the foam brush, and that's definitely the way to go. The paint went on much smoother with the foam brush. Finished it off with the top coat (using the foam brush from the start, two coats), and the kitchen immediately looked so much better. This started my desire to fix the rest of it, because my brand spanking new white cabinets looked dumb with the horrible dirty-beige countertop, so I slapped some stickers on it "in the meantime". The floor was just depressing, so I slapped some stickers on that, too. Some more stickers on the backsplash, and I'm so happy with the result!
Also, the paint didn't smell bad at all (actually, didn't smell much in general). So that was an added bonus!
My understanding is this product is self sealing and can be used without the sealer. I have not tried this product by itself because I always have used a sanding sealer under my finish product and have always had good results. I highly recommend this product and am actually headed out to the shop to spray a set of end tables I just finished for a client.