Thoughts? That will seal the surface of the wood and give you a smooth and consistent finish with the paint. Home Depot said that was NOT oil based and if I wanted to keep the tannin from coming through I needed Zinsser "Cover Stain" which IS oil based. When you apply the filler, apply it in thin layers like a skim coat so it's easy to sand. After the filler dries, buff the surface to remove the leftover residue. You still have to take everything apart and clean the gun thoroughly. How long should I keep my kids out of the house after priming? This could be the reason. Thanks for your article. Answer: The painter possibly didn't use an oil-based primer-sealer to seal the surface of the unfinished island cabinets. The Maxum II provides legendary precision and control while delivering a flawless finish. Heavier coatings call for more power and performance. Advance is another popular Benjamin Moore paint often used for cabinets, but Advance takes a long time to fully cure. Or should I plan on renting a pro-level sprayer to do the BIN shellac part of my project? Matt G. (author) from United States on June 21, 2020: I would rent a professional Graco/Titan sprayer from a paint store, or from an equipment rental shop. For versatility, you can't go wrong with white. Answer: White. I like it because I can mix a couple gallons of primer together and work out of one container with my airless. Deeply appreciate your time and sharing your talent! Once they’re dry, what grit sandpaper do you recommend to sand at this step? Matt G. (author) from United States on February 09, 2018: No problem. Before painting, I recommend sanding the primed wood. 100% Burn-In Technology in a Water Based Formula. Clean, sand, prime, and paint. Then you would end up having to fill it all over again. Appreciate your time and advise! I clean and sand doors. I'm not too familiar with Benjamin Moore colors. Most of the cabinets I paint are already stained and coated with a glossy, protective finish, so I use a de-glosser to prepare the wood. Do you still recommend using a de-glosser and sanding or can we clean, fill and prime. However, a clear coat was never applied after the stain. Do you recommend one from Benjamin Moore? Sealcoat is a ready-mixed 2-lb cut of clear, dewaxed shellac. In my area, white lacquer is special order. Matt G. (author) from United States on May 05, 2020: Oil primer takes longer to dry than shellac primer (BIN) and latex primer, but Cover Stain should be totally dry and not tacky the next day. Question: I have pickled oak cabinets that I painted white with and oil based paint and then glazed them with a tea stain. I've never used Advance so I'm not sure if it's compatible with BIN, but it would probably be fine. Was I misled? what should I do next? You can either spray the cabinet boxes, or paint them by hand. Does this work? Unfortunately I primed my oak cabs with a water-based kilz and it hasn’t covered the bleed through (not shocking, now) There are three coats (!!) Was wondering your thoughts on this primer and cleaner/degreaser. Thanks. Latex primer is a bad choice for priming cabinets because it's too soft, and it won't prevent wood tannin from bleeding into the top coat of paint, no matter how many coats of paint are applied. Answer: The application is easier with a sprayer, but for spraying primer on oak though, I recommend BIN shellac primer instead of oil. Laminate should be cleaned, sanded, primed, and painted. Do I omit just step 4? It's faster to spray and it looks smoother when done right. Question: Do you apply a clear coat after painting? Oil primer dries slow and wreaks all day. Can we pai t over the stain? This is really important. Answer: They do, but it usually has to be ordered. To completely hide the grain pattern, you would have to apply multiple coats of filler, and even then it won't be one hundred percent gone. Hey Matt. Have old stained/sealed oak cabinets. The revolutionary spray technology of Titan's line of tips puts paint where it belongs while decreasing overspray and extending the life of the pump.... An orifice that outlasts competitive tips delivering consistent film thickness and less wasted paint. Answer: A second coat of filler is better than one, but how much grain shows also depends on your application method too. Matt G. (author) from United States on May 29, 2019: The store employee (salesman) gave you bad advice about the primer. The Impact® 440 is ideally suited for residential, property maintenance, and small commercial applications. Clean the filters thoroughly. After removing each door, remove the hardware from the door too and write the cabinet number in its place. I'm glad you found it helpful. Klean Strip de-glosser works well, as well as Krud Kutter. Do you suggest a wood grain filler or other product or technique? BIN is a lot thinner and fills the grain of oak much easier, even without using a grain filler. Next problem/question - I have used the Aqua Coat to float the wood grain - it is a very awesome product and has done an amazing job. Answer: Either oil-based primer, or shellac-based primer, is best for priming oak cabinets. Cold air slows the dry time. Answer: You should sand between coats and tack cloth the dust. Answer: I've used DryDex spackling to fill the grain in oak cabinets without any problems, but I actually recommend using Aqua Coat grain filler instead because it dries hard inside the grain for durability. Purchased S/W Emerald Urethane Trim Enamel based on this thread. You also need to sand the grain filler very lightly once it dries to smooth out any bumps or ridges from the Aqua Coat. After you remove the wax, clean the surface really good before you sand. There's a few things you must do when spraying BIN through an airless to avoid problems. Did I miss anything?!? I will be changing hinges on our kitchen cabinets from traditional to hidden. I sprayed 50 Voc Breakthrough with a 5 stage hvlp. Use oil-based primer (Cover Stain), or shellac primer (BIN) and you won't have any issues. I am using a dewaxed shelac as a sanding sealer and this imparts a slightly amber tone to the wood and when I apply the col. maple gel stain I get an orange tone wood instead of the brown I would like. The foam roller minimizes stippling. I use the same tip for BIN primer and the enamel. These cracks show through the paint unless a filler is used to smooth the surface. I use 150 grit sanding discs on my random orbit sander. The odor from oil-based primer lingers for seveal hours. I now want to paint it white. The PowrBeast direct immersion electric airless sprayer provides unmatched durability and performance. Answer: I painted cabinets gray once with the Sherwin Williams color Dovetail Gray. For the grain filler itself, I recommend Aqua Coat over Sherwood. White goes with any color. Also, I really don't want to plastic-off my entire kitchen to spray the cabinet boxes - what brush or roller would you recommend? You can apply most acrylic latex paints over BIN shellac. The painter assured me he sealed them with primer and sanded before coats and doesn't know what's wrong. I also tape the hinges together for each door and number them too. Image combining the speed and power of an airless sprayer with the precise control of transfer efficiency of an HVLP sprayer - in a single, incredibly efficient application system. Also for BIN Shellac primer, I saw two kinds: shellac base and Synthetic shellac. Where agility and finish combine to unleash absolute consistency. For sanding coats of primer, I'll scuff sand with 3M detailing sanding sponges (220 grit). Matt is a professional painter and freelance writer, sharing his knowledge, house-painting tips, and product reviews. The paint finish alone is durable when prepped correctly. Thank you so much for this detailed article. You have a mess on your hands now but if you can get that paint scraped off start again with an Oil based primer and paint. When you need something a little more heavy duty. Question: How would you paint oak veneer cabinets? If you caulk before applying the filler the caulk can get damaged. Spraying gives you a nice smooth finish, using the right paint and technique. But you need to be a pro for that IMO. Aqua Coat can be used under oil primer and shellac BIN primer. Question: My kitchen is brown, brown, brown - honey oak cabinets, dark hardwood floors, brown speckled-like granite and dark brown glass tile backsplash. The two coats of paint over the caulk will cover it fine. If you're spraying and not rolling, which is what I do, you can fill most of the grain by spraying the doors horizontally with BIN shellac primer. Some cleaning agents claim to act as a liquid sander, but the oak should still be sanded thoroughly after the cleaning is done. Ideal for medium residential or commercial jobs, the 3-stage Capspray 75 will handle enamel and multi-color coatings in addition to stains, sealers, light-body varnishes, shellac and lacquer.... As business grows, so does the size of the projects. Either one is fine for cabinets, but I like BIN because it levels really nice over grain when spraying and dries faster. Thanks for the great info. BIN would spray well through an HVLP without any thinning, but because it holds less material, you'll have to keep stopping to add more primer if you're spraying cabinet doors. A good brush to use is the Purdy XL in either the 2-inch or 2 1/2-inch size. Extreme Bond Primer is a good product, but not for priming stained, unpainted wood cabinets. Or am I already too late? This is something to consider if you're sensitive to chemical odor. Thanks for the response re cabinet color and grain. You can roll BIN, but it's messy to brush and roll. The fastest way to apply primer and paint on cabinets is with a sprayer. I primarily do cabinet painting. BIN is a lot thinner and fills the grain of oak much easier, even without using a grain filler. With your Graco airless sprayer, what Graco fine finish tip size do you recommend for Zin BIN primer and what tip size do you recommend for the Sherwin Williams paint? What’s the best primer to use? Suitable for use with most airless piston pumps.... Hour-glass design allows easy cleaning of all airless tips and safe storage. Cover Stain oil primer is a good choice for cabinets. Matt G. (author) from United States on June 17, 2020: Dark colors tend to show more of the wood grain and surface imperfections. They were then lightly sanded and a dark stain was put on. Do you recommend wood filler then oil primer or spackling then oil primer? Longer Life Packing Kit - Lasts longer with improved performance. I'm still deciding on color. Question: In another post, you recommend Drydex spackling for oak cabinets. Answer: Yes, as long as you're using the oil based Cover Stain, the low VOC is the same. Clean, sand, tack cloth the dust, fill grain, caulk, prime, paint. Question: Do you just clean and sand your oak caibnets? Recommended for medium and some large residential, ... For big projects requiring large tip sizes or more than one spray gun operating from a single unit, you can rely on the power and performance of the Impact® 1040. An orbital sander also leaves swirl marks in the primer, it's too aggressive. Use a good quality brush. Answer: To show more of the natural grain, don't use any wood filler. That is what I use for all of my cabinet projects. If spraying forget Water based paint, being successful at that is beyond what most of us would have to do. Larger projects require more power and output. I'm back with more questions :) Above you state to use a OIL primer brand Zinsser BIN primer. Question: How would you fix seams in wood? When choosing a cabinet paint, it's important to choose a product that's durable and levels when applied. If I do a dark lower (ie navy or dark green) and a white upper, will the grain be more visible in dark vs light colors (or vice versa)? Clean the cabinets, sand, caulk, prime and paint, two coats each. Which is the one you use? For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Javascript in your browser. There are so many options out there. Latex primer can also raise the wood grain, forming a rough texture that needs additional sanding. Grey is also popular for cabinets, but may limit your color options for the rest of the kitchen. I would leave it alone and let it dry before sanding. Answer: If you're asking how to maintain the natural pattern of the oak you're painting white, you can preserve it by not using a grain filler. I would like to repaint our oak cabinets that currently have black latex paint with Benjamin Moore advance. I purchased Zinsser BIN Ultimate Stain Blocker primer. Another question for you - I'm DIY'ing, so planning to use a graco magnum x5 sprayer. Tungsten carbide ball valve ensures long life The BIN is a shellac and the Pro Classic from SW is water based. One coat of filler, two coats of BIN and two coats of paint is what I do and the doors come out very smooth with no open grain cracks showing. I'm glad you found it helpful. Question: If I want the grain to show through for that rustic look, what step of this process do I leave out? I've used their paint, but I use Sherwin Williams products the most. It cannot be used under Shellac primer like BIN, according to my local Sherwin Williams. Thanks. One coat of oil primer on cabinets is usually adequate, but two coats is even better. Question: In the middle of redoing our bathroom oak cabinets sprayed the cabinet parts with the BIN shellac today-2 coats. Question: I always heard not to mix oil based and water based paints. The Titan AIRCOAT™ AIR-ASSISTED AIRLESS sprayer enables you to apply coatings in an air-assisted mode to deliver ultra-fine atomization and higher transfer efficiency. Question: Would you recommend 150 grit for sanding in between coats? Answer: Yes, both sides. I was just confused as many have said use oil base to cover the tannin bleed from oak and would recommend BIN. Thanks for your info. The crackling affect is now covered with caulk - so guess I'm good. The PowrTwin™ 12000 Plus DI with submersed foot valve create the most efficient siphon system on the market today allowing the spraying of very heavy coatings. However, my local paint store advised against clear coating the paint product I use. We need a glossy finish. If possible, apply primer outdoors. Built for smooth texture and abrasive coatings, this sprayer is perfect for contractors that need a durable and dependable sprayer for level 5 finishes; knockdown texture and high build coatings.... For big projects requiring large tip sizes or more than one spray gun operating from a single unit, you can rely on the power and performance of the Impact® 1640. The most difficult cracks to get rid of on oak doors is the end grain on the door edges. The island would need to be sanded and primed with an oil-based primer, or white shellac primer. But you seem to be saying that is what you do. I can't go down to my local Sherwin Williams store and buy a gallon for mixing on the spot. Should I caulk before priming? Spraying the boxes looks better, but requires removal of everything inside, as well as masking of the cabinet openings with protective plastic. If you apply oil primer too heavy it will take a lot longer to dry. Confused - you and many others have recommended BIN and have referred to it as oil based? Thanks for the great directions. In-handle filter This week’s question comes from Darin. However, your article indicates that some of the grain will still show through. Includes 517 TR1 reversible tip You can also look at the doors at an angle and see the filler spots. If you don't want to spray, the flock foam roller from Sherwin Williams is good, or a regular foam roller. Designed and built for contractors who are serious about completing large scale painting projects quickly and profitably. It's hard to say how long, but opening windows and using a fan helps dry the primer a lot faster. Dark cabinets now and we are going with black. 220-grit sandpaper is fine for this and won't break down the filler with a light sanding. Using 150 grit works well for cabinet sanding without causing damage. I find it easier to prime first because the primer alone fills some of the shallow grain cracks and exposes only the deeper cracks that need filler. Comfort Grip™ - Ergonomic design brings added comfort. The prefinished look great, the unfinished look don't look good at all, anywhere the grain is the paint is a different color and appears to have sucked into the wood. Question: What is your opinion on using white laquer on oak cabinets vs paint? I use a. I am looking at looking at purchasing the Graco Pro210ES which uses the RAC IV SwitchTip. Matt G. (author) from United States on February 12, 2018: I use a the green fine finish tips. This fully featured sprayer offers the ultimate in functionality and convenience for the longest days and biggest projects. This paint is more durable and dries harder than Pro Classic. I don't recommend using sandpaper that's too coarse as it can damage the wood. Time to invest in the Impact® 740, designed for extended, heavy-duty performance on larger residential and commercial projects. Oil-based primer is excellent for priming cabinets. The smooth profile looks nice spray painted white. Is there anything to correct the long cracks? I plan to use a filler this time to minimize any grain that still shows. Question: What grit sanding disks are you using between apllications of Seal Coat, BIN Primer and Emerald Urethane? The grain preciously was not filled but I would like to do so this time but unsure if I can fill over the current paint and then unsure which primer to use over The latex. For cabinet painting, I have since switched from Pro Classic to Emerald Urethane enamel in the semi-gloss finish. I was told that using an oil based primer underneath SW Emerald paint that you use could cause separation down the road. together. White is timeless and goes with almost any wall and counter color. I haven't used the Pro Industrial product you're referring to. I painted cabinets for a customer who went with a light grey for all of the cabinets, except the island. Your thoughts are appreciated! That will seal the filler, glaze, and help the grain pattern blend in with the paint so you don't see any flashing or an uneven finish. Matt G. (author) from United States on August 07, 2019: The caulking should be done after you sand the filler and before priming. Do I need to remove the wax and if so, how will I do it? Going to test paint and these stains. At some point you want to leave it in a warm place for a couple of … Thank you for the compliment. Do you know if Zinsser B-I-N Interior Multi-purpose Shellac Primer is compatible with the BM Advance? Make sure you use white paintable caulk. Allows you to connect different length extruded poles together to create different lengths for any application. Check and make sure the paint you're using can be top coated with polyurethane. The PowrTwin™ 6900 Plus DI with submersed foot valve create the most efficient siphon system on the market today allowing the spraying of very heavy coatings. Is the low VOC the same cover stain you used to use? Since writing the article, I switched and it works better for me. Zinsser AllCoat Exterior Satin (Water Based) is a long lasting all surface paint offering up to 15 years performance, and is available in 350+ RAL and BS colours. The SW rep told me it was as good/better than the emerald you’re suggesting. The Helix VR 2.3 provides unmatched accuracy and heating efficiency. The Sherwood filler is meant to be used on cabinets that will be sprayed with lacquer. I use a numbering system when removing the doors to avoid confusion installing them at the end of the job. I apply two thin coats with a credit card and sand lightly before priming. Matt G. (author) from United States on February 26, 2018: Thank you. My local SW store actually advised against it when I inquired about that once. Wear protective gloves when using either of them. Use a good quality brush. I was considering purchasing a Central Pneumatic HLVP for spraying the Bin as it seems Bin cleanup might be a challenge in the Graco and I can use it on other projects. I recommend Aqua Coat grain filler over the Sherwood filler. You can brush and roll the primer and spray the enamel too, and that would still save time, but then you'll have a textured look from the prime coat showing through the gloss of the smooth enamel. Primer and paint don't bond well to a greasy surface. Thank you for your your very informative article. You can hide the grain cracks on oak cabinets with filler, primer and paint, but it's very difficult to completely hide the grain pattern. Any insight on spraying Bin with a HLVP? If it were me, I'd want all of the coats to look as smooth as possible. What should I do? We have cabinets that have been sprayed with stain and polyurethane was applied and it looks horrible. Tri-sodium phosphate (TSP) can also be used to clean oak cabinets. Apply the filler against the grain, using a rag or a plastic body filler spreader. I've never used Stix primer. I caulk before priming so the primer seals it, but it's not a big deal if you caulk after the primer. Built to pivot and lift, making line adjustments and transportation quick and easy.... Great for starts/stops, curb striping, executing perfectly straight lines and training new employees. Answer: You can try caulking them with paintable caulk. One problem - in the "crack" where the inset is in the door panel - the Aqua Coat dried clear but crusty and crackled - I used very thin coats but the filler that got up into the crack did not turn out so well. 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