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Cabinet and Furniture Paint Primer 32oz


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Stone Coat Finishes Cabinet & Furniture Primer:

Discover the Perfect Base with Stone Coat Finishes Cabinet & Furniture Primer: Achieve Pro-Level Adhesion on a DIY Budget

Elevate your DIY projects with Stone Coat Finishes Cabinet & Furniture Primer, the cornerstone of every stunning transformation. Designed exclusively for the Stone Coat Finishes line, this primer is your go-to solution for ensuring exceptional adhesion, durability, and compatibility with both Stone Coat paints and other brands. Tailored for the do-it-yourself enthusiast, our primer promises a professional-grade foundation without the professional price tag. Elevate your creations with Stone Coat Finishes today - You Got This!

Why Choose Our Primer?

  • Superior Adhesion for Smooth Surfaces: Our specially designed primer ensures excellent adhesion to previously painted and lacquered surfaces, making it perfect for refinishing kitchen cabinets and upcycling furniture. Enhance the durability and aesthetics of your projects with our high-quality primer. Perfect for DIY enthusiasts and professionals alike.
  • Designed for Compatibility: Our primer is a crucial component, whether you're using it with Stone Coat Finishes or other cabinet paint brands. It provides a strong and reliable base, enhancing the durability and finish of the paint. Trust our primer to optimize your painting project for long-lasting results.
  • Eco-Friendly and Safe: Enhance your DIY projects with an eco-conscious primer that's both effective and safe. Its non-toxic formula, with low VOC, ensures greater safety for both you and the environment. Get ready to unleash your creativity with this environmentally friendly solution!
  • Easy Application, Professional Results: Get a flawless and self-leveling base that makes painting a breeze. Achieve a smooth, professional finish on cabinets and furniture with minimal effort. Perfect for DIY projects, this solution simplifies the process and guarantees top-notch results. Enhance your home decor effortlessly with our easy-to-use product.

Key Features:

  • Engineered for superior adhesion on smooth surfaces - designed for optimal performance
  • Promotes Long-Term Bond Over Previously Painted or Lacquered Cabinets and Furniture
  • Enhance Durability and Build Stronger Connections with Refinished Cabinets and Furniture
  • Compatible with Stone Coat Finishes and Other Cabinet Paint Brands
  • This specially formulated product is exclusively crafted for Stone Coat Finishes, catering to the needs of DIY enthusiasts.
  • Safer Application with Low VOC and Non-Toxic Formulation

Begin Your Transformation Journey:

Transform your space with Stone Coat Finishes Cabinet & Furniture Primer. This versatile primer is perfect for DIY enthusiasts seeking professional-grade results. Its user-friendly and budget-friendly features make it the ideal choice for preparing cabinets and furniture for a stunning makeover. Achieve a long-lasting, durable finish with this exceptional primer. Experience the difference today!

The Foundation of Your DIY Masterpiece:

Get ready for a paint transformation that combines beauty and durability with our exceptional primer. Whether you're going for a contemporary or vintage aesthetic or a personalized color upgrade, our Stone Coat Finishes Cabinet & Furniture Primer sets the perfect foundation for your project. Feel confident tackling any endeavor while ensuring your creations shine and withstand the test of time. Discover the key to success with our reliable primer.

Enhance your home transformation with the Stone Coat Finishes Cabinet & Furniture Primer. This professional-grade foundation is perfect for your budget-friendly DIY projects. Unleash your creativity and enjoy a durable base that stands the test of time. Discover the best in quality and affordability for your home improvement needs.

Quick Guide Instructions:


To prep the surface for Cabinet & Furniture - Primer:

  1. Clean cabinets with a heavy-duty degreaser like TSP.
  2. Rinse with warm soapy water and let dry.
  3. Sand old cabinet doors, face frames, and drawer fronts using 180-220 grit sandpaper or a maroon/green Scotch-Brite pad.
  4. Ensure cabinets are dry before sanding and use a cloth to wipe away dust.
  5. Light sanding reduces gloss from the previous finish, promoting a strong and durable bond in the long run.


Methods of Application: Brush, Roller, or Paint Sprayer.

Before using, thoroughly stir the paint with a stick. Apply 1-2 even coats of Cabinet & Furniture Primer as required for coverage. Allow the first coat to dry completely for 1-2 hours before applying a second coat, if necessary. When dealing with new wood or transitioning from a darker to a lighter cabinet paint color, it is advisable to apply a second coat of primer to seal in wood tannins. To eliminate any imperfections or contaminants, gently sand the previous coat using 220 grit sandpaper or a maroon Scotch-Brite pad.

Application Process: 
  • For applying primer to routed or 3D details of a cabinet door or the intricate perimeter of a drawer, and the sharp corners of the face frame, utilize an angled nylon paint brush. Keep from overloading the fine details with paint. See our tutorial on our YouTube channel for detailed video instruction. You Got This!
  • Use a ⅛’’ Nap Microfiber roller to apply Paint Color to the flat sections of the cabinet doors, drawers, and face frames. Use your roller length of choice, 4’’, 6’’ or 9’’


Remove all paint splatters and drips. Wash all brushes, rollers, and equipment immediately with warm water, use dish soap if desired. 

Pro Tips & Steps you can follow when painting cabinet doors:

  1. Label all your doors and cabinets for easier reassembly of the project
  2. Clean the doors with a degreaser
  3. Sand thoroughly
  4. Clean well
  5. Use a brush to apply a light coat into all the molding edges
  6. Roll on paint color onto flat surfaces
  7. Paint the backs, wait them to dry, and then paint the fronts
  8. Use the drying time in between coats to paint the insides of the cabinets
  9. It's recommended to wait at least 48 hours before reattaching cabinet doors and hardware after painting. This gives the paint time to fully cure. You should also check for tackiness, as dry time is affected by the humidity.

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