white finish on new bare wood cabinetry how?
I built a set of cabinets from antique yellow pine. The wife wants them to be white. I don't know what sort of finish is best to produce a white color. I am considering valspare superlac plus which is a white tinted lacquer. I am also looking at bullseye shellac primer with a top coat of clear shellac. I want something that will stay white, and will have superior durability and won't peel where the doors meet. Something I can spray with a siphon feed sprayer is ideal. I usually paint trim work with Kilz original and top with semi-gloss white latex paint, but given the use of the cabinets, I don't want to use a latex paint, or anything that will look thick and tacky like paint usually does on cabinets. Anyone used a shellac or lacquer based white finish?