Sunday, April 21, 2013

Nuvo Cabinet Paint: Before and after photos. #Review

Before we dive into the details of the painting process, I want to give you a good look at my kitchen cabinets before and after the transition with Nuvo Cabinet Paint.

Noticeable difference, right?

I chose Titanium Infusion: White for my bathroom cabinet and I'm very satisfied with the final outcome and how easy it was to make such a noticeable and inexpensive change to this room.

Each Nuvo Cabinet Paint Kit comes with paper and video directions as well as two quarts of paint, a sanding pad, angled brush, two quart sized paint stirrers, and two small rollers with a handle.  If you need more paint you have the option of ordering additional cans of the paint separately which is great if you have a larger than average kitchen!  Nuvo Cabinet Paint is made to adhere to wood, metal, laminate, and melamine cabinets.

 First I scrubbed cabinets with Windex (as recommended in the directions) and lightly sanded the cabinets with the sanding pad that was included. Nuvo Cabinet Paint is quick drying water-based acrylic paint so the directions state you can simply tape off your cabinets and paint the doors without removing them. The paint goes on smoothly and seemed to adhere well.I noticed it did chip a little around the edges of the doors and I am thinking about purchasing a protective finish in the near future.

  One-Day Cabinet Paint Kit  $69.95
  • No Sanding - No Priming  
  • No Door Removal 
  • Covers approx 100 sq ft -or 40 linear feet - Typical Kitchen size
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