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Old 04-07-2013, 10:57 AM   #1
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Has anyone tried the rustoleum cabinet transformation kit in their rv? I have 1999 oak but would love to change it to an expresso/dark color. I have read many non rv reviews and was wondering in an rv how hard it would be to seperate(not remove) the cabinets along the cieling to make sure I did not stain the fabric on the cieling. I don't think tape would do the trick. Would love to hear any experience ith this.
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In order to remove or even loosen a cabinet in our industry you will have to pull the bottom inside shelf to access the screws going into wall as well as the screws going into the ceiling.
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Has anyone tried the rustoleum cabinet transformation kit in their rv? I have 1999 oak but would love to change it to an expresso/dark color. I have read many non rv reviews and was wondering in an rv how hard it would be to seperate(not remove) the cabinets along the cieling to make sure I did not stain the fabric on the cieling. I don't think tape would do the trick. Would love to hear any experience ith this.

Approach this project forewarned. I tried to darken oak to match the dark cherry in our MH and the urethane that contained stain,took so many coats,that the details of the mouldings and ornate router work was pretty well invisible when it was finally dark enough. This was Min Wax Poly Shades and not a good choice,if the Rustoleum system is similar,try it on a small area first.
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