Transforming used cabinets
One decision down, many more to go as we cope with this albatross of a gutted house.
We bought a set of used cabinets!!! Good quality, but obviously well used. They will require some repair and some inventive carpentry and definitely painting.
The seller had tried to talk his wife into this Rustoleum product: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleum-Transformations-1-Qt-Cabernet-Cabinet-Small-Kit-263233/203921595
Somewhere - perhaps on this forum - I had come across this one, Insul-X: http://www.amazon.com/INSL-X-CC4510G9-1K-Insl-X-Cabinet-Coat/dp/B0045PQ6C2/ref=pd_sxp_grid_pt_0_0
Has anyone used either? If so, how would you rate them in terms of ease of use and time spent doing a kitchen?
Obviously, I have to clean them first. Thankfully, they've been well-kept. Then, on to painting. The DH thinks painting in place is the best idea; I think I don't want to be down on the floor and prefer to paint then before installation. Granted, they might need a touch-up, but hey,... my back won't be broken. What would you do?