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Cabinet and Furniture Paint Top Coat 32oz


Product Information

Introducing Stone Coat Finishes Cabinet & Furniture Top Coat: The Optional Ultimate Protector for Your DIY Projects

Take your DIY projects to the next level with Stone Coat Finishes Cabinet & Furniture Top Coat (optional step). Our top coat is a game-changer, blending the durability of polyurethane with the clarity of acrylic resins, exclusively crafted for passionate DIY enthusiasts. This water-based formula adds a touch of elegance to your woodwork and cabinet and furniture projects while providing unbeatable scratch resistance. Elevate your creations now!

Why Stone Coat Finishes Top Coat?

  • Crystal Clear Finish: Achieve a flawless finish that dries crystal clear, ensuring your project's color and beauty shine through without any yellowing over time even if applying many layers of our protective 
  • Exceptional Scratch Resistance: Our top coat offers unparalleled protection against scratches, making it ideal for high-use furniture, woodwork, and craft items. Enjoy peace of mind knowing your projects will stand up to daily wear and tear.
  • Safe and Pleasant to Use: With its low odor and easy clean-up, our top coat provides a comfortable and safe application experience, perfect for indoor projects. It’s the eco-friendly choice for your home and family.
  • Designed for Interior Wood: Specifically formulated for interior wood applications, our top coat is perfect for furniture, trim, and craft items, bringing out the richness of the wood while providing durable protection.

Key Features:

  • Water-Based, Non-Yellowing Formula for Crystal Clear Finish
  • Blends Polyurethane and Acrylic Resins for Durability and Clarity - Even After Multiple Coats
  • Exceptional Scratch Resistance for Long-Lasting Protection
  • Low Odor and Easy Clean-Up for a User-Friendly Application
  • Ideal for Furniture, Woodwork, and Craft Items


Transform and Protect with Confidence:

Stone Coat Finishes Cabinet & Furniture Top Coat is your final step in achieving a professional-grade finish on a DIY budget. Whether you're completing a kitchen cabinet makeover, reviving an antique piece, or crafting a new creation, our top coat ensures your projects not only look spectacular but are also protected against the rigors of everyday use.

Elevate Your DIY Experience:

Our top coat is more than just a protective layer; it's a statement of quality and care for your projects. With Stone Coat Finishes, you can transform and protect your cabinets, furniture, and woodwork with the confidence that comes from using a product designed with your needs in mind. Achieve the perfect finish and ensure your creations stand the test of time with our Cabinet & Furniture Top Coat.

Your Projects Deserve the Best Protection:

Choose Stone Coat Finishes Cabinet & Furniture Top Coat for a crystal clear, durable finish that elevates the beauty and longevity of your DIY projects. It's the smart choice for DIYers who demand the best in protection and aesthetics. Let your creativity shine and rest assured that your projects will continue to impress for years to come.

Quick Guide Instructions:


Prepare the surface for Cabinet & Furniture Top Coat (optional step). If needed, lightly hand sand the previous coat of Primer using 220 grit sandpaper or a maroon or green Scotch-Brite pad. Ensure the Paint Color is dry before sanding and wipe away dust with a cloth. This will eliminate imperfections or contaminants from the previous step. If the surface is smooth, you can skip sanding the primer before applying the Base Paint.


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

Sir thoroughly before use with a paint stick. Apply 1-2 uniform coats of Cabinet & Furniture Paint in your color choice as needed for coverage. Allow the first coat to fully dry 2-3 hours before the second coat if needed. Lightly hand sand the previous coat using 220 grit sandpaper or a maroon Scotch-Brite pad to eliminate imperfections or contaminates.

Application Process: 
  • For applying paint color to routed or 3D details of a cabinet door or the intricate perimeter of a cabinet 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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