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Old 04-21-2018, 11:11 AM   #1
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Allegro Cabinet Painting

Just finished the cabinet and curtain redo. I now have the White House on the road. Also put cabinet where r/f was and moved it to old w/d area.
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Old 04-22-2018, 06:34 AM   #3
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If anyone is considering painting cabinets take a look at "cabinet paint".
Forget the brand name but belueve they call it cabinet coat. Got mine from Home Depot ordeted online and ship to store. Not all that expensive.

Its wayer based urethane and wasy to work with (I have brushed & rolled haven't tried spraying) easy clean up and the stuff is VERY durable.

I've used it on S&B bath vanity but have been so impressed I started using it for all white trim work. Always keep a gallon on hand ready to go.
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You should use a good exterior type paint due to the temperature changes in the rv. The exterior paint is flexible and will not crack due to humidity and large temperature changes. Normal interior/cabinet paint is more ridged and not as flexible.
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