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Manor Hall paint for kitchen cabinets?

Posted by Fluffeebiskits1 (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 26, 13 at 10:45

Hi, hopefully a skilled expert can help me make the right decision so i wont have to repaint my cabinets a third time. 3 years ago i painted my 60s, solid birch cabinets with Kilz oil-based primer and sherwin Williams Pro classic (cant remember if oil or latex). Anyhow, on the SW stores's advice, i rolled on primer and brushed on paint, leaving that annoying orange peel texture. The proclassic was also hard to work with. Got kind of goopy and clumpy in some spots. So i need to repaint them and saw Manor Hall has an exterior/interior paint that supposed to be excellent for cabinets. Does anyone have experience with Manor Hall? Should i try another SW formula, Impervo, Ace, Mythic? Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated. Also should i just add Floetrol? Thanks!!!


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RE: Manor Hall paint for kitchen cabinets?

Manor Hall has an exterior/interior paint

Come again?


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RE: Manor Hall paint for kitchen cabinets?

Apparently so. Its exterior/interior in semi and i think high gloss. According to the website, its great for cabinets and trim. I called the PPG store and its $65 a gallon, so i was wondering if it was better than Advance since its more expensive. On the bright side its a lot less than the C2 for cabinets and trim @$89.99!

Here is a link that might be useful: Manor Hall interior/exterior paint


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RE: Manor Hall paint for kitchen cabinets?

Oops. Lets try that link again.

Here is a link that might be useful: manor hall interior exterior paint


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RE: Manor Hall paint for kitchen cabinets?

I use PPG paints almost exclusively. For kitchen cabinets, I think I would go with the Advance.
The interior/exterior idea sort of scares me.


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RE: Manor Hall paint for kitchen cabinets?

Thats all the convincing i needed to hear. Thanks again.


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