Discover the 1 Day Makeover Paint Kit Titanium Infusion By NUVO
Nuvo cabinet paint kits Titanium Infusion simple DIY cabinet makeover no removal, priming or topcoat! For professional-look with a roller and a brush!
NUVO Titanium Infusion cabinet paint kits description
Do not simply deal with your out-of-date kitchen cabinets, enjoy them!
Nuvo cabinet paint is a basic DIY cabinet remodeling procedure that needs no cabinet elimination, priming or overcoat!
Get professional-looking outcomes with simply a roller and a brush!
Package consists of: 2 31 oz. Cans of Nuvo cabinet paint, 1 roller arm, 2 roller covers, 2″ Angled paint brush, detailed directions.
Common job time is roughly 8 hours to tidy and paint. You might utilize your cooking area in simply a couple of hours after you use your last coat.
Each package conceals to 100 square feet of cabinets and supplies simple clean up with soap and water.
Nuvo cabinet paint is an extremely durable, modified acrylic formula which bonds to wood, laminates, and metal.
Enjoy theNUVO Titanium Infusion video :
- Ideal for use on wood, laminate, primed or painted metal cabinets, kitchens and bathrooms.
- Covers 100 square feet of cabinet surface (40 linear feet) – the typical size of most kitchen cabinets
- Pairs well with Giani Countertop Paint Kits for complete kitchen or bath makeovers
- Kit includes: Two 31 oz. Cans of Nuvo Cabinet Paint, 1 Roller Arm, 2 Roller Covers, 2” Angled Paint Brush
- Durable finish, requires no additional topcoat or sealer
- Minimal preparation required – no stripping, no priming, no need to remove cabinet doors
Titanium Infusion can be applied to all kitchen cabinets or used in combination with other Nuvo colors to create a two-toned look. For ideas and inspiration, check out the Giani 101 Blog or the Nuvo Cabinet Paint Gallery on our website. We showcase some of our favorite looks and show you how to emulate the spaces with our paint kits.
Also, for samples of Giani Countertop Paint, please contact us at our website, message us through the contact form, and we will mail swatches directly to you.
The Titanium Infusion Kit Includes
Two 31 oz. Cans of Nuvo Cabinet Paint, 1 Roller Arm, 2 Roller Covers, 1 Brush, 2 Stir Sticks, Step-by-Step Illustrated Instructions.
Nuvo Cabinet Paint Kits come with everything you need to transform your space on a budget. Makeover your kitchen or bath without costly cabinet replacement, removal or lengthy preparation.
Titanium Infusion Swatch
Titanium Infusion is an ultra black, soft, satin finish cabinet paint and primer in one – part of our Modern Collection.
Nuvo Cabinet Paint Kits are crafted to cover most existing wood stains and paint colors without the need to prime.
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Giani Paint Products
A simple 3-step process, with all tools included, each kit will help you transform your existing countertops to the look of natural granite in just one weekend.
Giani is durable and will hold up under the stress of normal, everyday use.
Makeover your kitchen or bath without costly countertop replacement, removal or lengthy preparation.
Giani Countertop Paint Kits are the perfect fit for budget conscious DIY kitchen makeovers. Get everything you need to transform your space on a budget.
Visit the manufacturer’s website for live chat support and receive help with project ideas, design advice, application assistance and more!
Manufactured in the USA.
3 Customer Reviews out of 238
One of the better products for this kind of job!!
June 27, 2015
I flip houses. This is house #4 this year. The previous owners literally took a 4″ cheap paint brush and threw on some old semi gloss house paint on the kitchen cabinets. Cheap looking and they didn’t even bother to paint half of the back sides and worst of all, they painted over all the hardware. I have used a lot of cabinet refinishing products over the years to try to avoid the cost of having to replace the cabinet fronts which can be a lot more costly than advertised.
The original base of these cabinets appeared to be beechwood.
Really nice grain and if I had bothered to strip off some of the crappy job the previous guys did, I would have preferred to keep the wood, sand it down and restain. But I had already installed the new backsplash to match the dark grey granite tops. So I wanted to stick with the original white color for the cabinets as all the new appliances were stainless steel, which I hate but that’s another story. When you’re in resale like me, they demand stainless. Which means you need bright contrast colors in the kitchen especially with the dark granite countertops I inherited.
I initially bought the Nuvo Paint Kit in titanium plus white.
Save your money and buy the paint by the quart. The DVD is useless if you know how to paint. The brush was low quality and the foam roller is useless as all it does it leaves bubbles in your project and ruins the finish. The sanding pad they included was in the garbage within one second of opening the kit box.
As with all projects, it’s ALL in the prep you do. The quality of this paint is very high. But its end result will only show if you do the proper prep work. Forget their promise of just paint over paint and away you go. I did this on one section of the crown molding at the top of the cabinets to see the finish.
All the brush marks of the horrible first paint job came right through. I was pretty discouraged with this product at that point, but realized I didn’t follow my usual protocol. It’s all in the prep. So out came the paint stripper and I stripped all cabinets, frames and top molding down to the original wood. This is when I discovered the beautiful beech wood with a really nice grain.
Too late, didn’t match the new backsplash. So after stripping and sanding everything down to the original, I put on the first coat of Nuvo. This is not a thick paint. Not thin like Valspar, but not thick like Behr.. Just a nice fluid paint.
You need to go MINIMUM two coats with this paint.
This is not a large kitchen but I have an island bar so had to order a third quart just to keep the color match theme. Do your brush work first for the trim. This paint dries quick but not too quick so don’t overwork the paint. MOST important, invest in the best roller and brush you can find.
I went with a cloth 6″ roller and the Wooster best quality trim angled brush from Home Depot. For the extra $5 investment, well worth it. The second coat of my project went on like glass. No brush marks, full coverage and after looking at the dried finish two hours later.
I was very impressed with the nuvo cabinet paint kits
I am still working on the bottom cabinets as my sander decided to die on me.. But the top row of cabinets are done. It’s been two weeks. I live in FL and it’s summer and very humid. I kept the air at 73 throughout this project because of this. Now after testing the cleanability of the cabinets two weeks after curing and dry time, I was in awe at how easy they were to clean. Just like the expensive cabs we pay thousands for.
Good product, easy to work with, easy to clean, good workability just don’t overwork it. The important thing with this paint, do the prep work and use the best rollers and brushes you can find. DO NOT brush the larger areas of your cabinets. Use the brush only for the spots were a roller won’t work. The roller is the best way to go with this product for a perfect finish.
Also, I used the Titanium finish in White Semi Gloss.
It is a true semi gloss finish. The white has a misty grey blue undertone which is normal for white. I noticed it was a cooler white than my ceiling molding which was finished in Behr semi gloss untinted ultra white.
But in natural light and evening light very hard to notice unless you’re looking for it. This was a plus for me as it caught the natural light from the granite tops and everything blended perfectly. For my next flip, yes, I would definitely use this product again if I run into the cabinet mess I did in this house. Great product, a little more expensive than your basic house paint, but stood up to the test of easy cleaning and offered a beautiful, quality looking finish.
March 28, 2018
it took me about 80 hours.
Definitely not a “One day Makeover”
October 11, 2016
An okay product and definitely not a “one day” makeover. If I could go back and do it over I’d take all the doors down and sand the crap out of them. My cabinets are old and grimy. I cleaned them and lightly sanded them but they are just not taking the paint as well as I’d like. So I’m going to have to take them down, sand them and start over.
These pictures show the doors after sanding, cleaning, and 3 coats. No matter what I do, they keep doing this.
Not exactly 1 Day…
May 15, 2014
This paint is great! As others said, it really paints smooth even with brushes. I chose the Linzer A-2160S 3-Piece Pro Impact Solid Polyester Brush Set not knowing that the paint already comes with a brush of its own and a roller with 2 cartridges. I ended up using the brush that came with the Nuvo paint and it worked perfectly. I only used one of the Linzer brushes that was smaller for the tighter, smaller places to reach.
I would have given it 5 stars but there were a couple issues.
For one, please plan ahead about a week. It took me about 36 labor hours total to paint, reinstall new hardware, and prep/clean up. I had given most of the cabinets about 3 coats each since 2 coats still showed the wood color. I also had left the cabinets on but there was some pooling around the hinges that caused the paint to “lift” and crack when I took the doors down for hardware replacement.
This nuvo cabinet paint kits will chip if not left to properly cure.
That’s why I said plan for a week. You do not want to scratch off any little speck of paint because touch ups will look rough if used as a spot treatment. I heard about using a protective sealant but after painting and taking apart my kitchen, I really didn’t want to do the whole thing over with the sealant.
I loved the color. Very clean milky white. This paint looks and feels like a high quality product and I will recommend it to anyone looking for a quick update to their cabinets or furniture. Make sure you check out the images I’ve added in the customer photos!
Very satisfied with this Titanium Infusion product
April 4, 2018