Giani Countertop Paint Kit

giani granite…. Giani painted countertops pair beautifully with any décor. It’s so easy to use everything you need to make your old countertop look brand new.

  • Bombay Black

    Giani Countertop Paint Kit, Bombay Black

    $79.00
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  • Chocolate Brown

    Giani Countertop Paint Kit, Chocolate Brown

    $79.00

    Dreaming of marble, but it isn’t in the budget? Paint your own! Transform any countertop, desktop, or vanity, into the look of natural stone.   Easy & affordable DIY countertop makeover kit! 

    The complete Chocolate Brown Granite Paint Kit includes the following:
    12 Oz. IronCore Primer-Base Coat
    6 Oz. Brown Feldspar Mineral
    6 Oz. Inca Gold Mineral
    6 Oz. Chocolate Brown Mineral
    16 Oz. Automotive Grade Polyurethane Topcoat
    6″ Giani roller arm and two roller pads
    4″ Giani granite paint sponge
    2″ Foam Brush
    Practice Board
    Demonstration DVD for beginners with illustrated Instructions

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  • Giani Countertop Paint Kit, Sicilian Sand

    Giani Countertop Paint Kit, Sicilian Sand

    $79.00
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  • Giani Countertop Paint Kit, Slate

    Giani Countertop Paint Kit, Slate

    $79.00
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    Giani Countertop Paint Kit, White Diamond

    $79.00
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  • abstract ash

    Nuvo Cabinet Paint (Abstract Ash) Kit

    $89.00

    Don’t just live with your outdated kitchen cabinets, LOVE them!  Nuvo™ is a DIY one-day cabinet makeover process that does not require any cabinet removal or priming!  Get professional-looking results with just a roller & brush! 

    Each kit Covers approx 100 sq ft -or 40 linear feet – Typical Kitchen size

    Kit Includes . . .
    – Two quarts of Nuvo Cabinet Paint
    – 1 roller arm
    – 2 roller covers
    – 1 brush
    – 2 stir sticks
    – Step-by-Step Illustrated Instructions

    Additional Items You May Need:
    – Deglosser (if you have slick or glossy cabinets)
    – Frog® Painter’s Tape
    – Roller pan or tray
    – Screwdriver for removing pulls
    – 300 #grit sand paper (for all cabinet types)
    – Fast drying wood filler for any deep nicks
    Before Painting Preparation: Use number 300 grit or higher to thoroughly sand all of your cabinet surfaces which you’ll be painting. You don’t have to remove your existing finish, just sand until all of your surfaces are “deglossed”. If you have wood cabinets, then follow your wood’s grain with your sanding motions. Avoid sanding in a circular motion. Be sure to sand extra well around your door handles and stove because of potential oils and dirt located in these areas. For applications on an existing high-gloss finish, it’s optimal to apply a liquid deglosser to your finish first and then use the 300 grit sand paper to lightly scuff up the surface. When you’re done with your sanding, wipe up all of the sanding dust with a standard window cleaner such as Windex® because the alcohol and ammonia won’t leave a residue.
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    Nuvo Cabinet Paint (Black Deco) Kit

    $89.00

    Don’t just live with your outdated kitchen cabinets, LOVE them!  Nuvo™ is a DIY one-day cabinet makeover process that does not require any cabinet removal or priming!  Get professional-looking results with just a roller & brush! 

    Each kit Covers approx 100 sq ft -or 40 linear feet – Typical Kitchen size

    Kit Includes . . .
    – Two quarts of Nuvo Cabinet Paint
    – 1 roller arm
    – 2 roller covers
    – 1 brush
    – 2 stir sticks
    – Step-by-Step Illustrated Instructions

    Additional Items You May Need:
    – Deglosser (if you have slick or glossy cabinets)
    – Frog® Painter’s Tape
    – Roller pan or tray
    – Screwdriver for removing pulls
    – 300 #grit sand paper (for all cabinet types)
    – Fast drying wood filler for any deep nicks
    Before Painting Preparation: Use number 300 grit or higher to thoroughly sand all of your cabinet surfaces which you’ll be painting. You don’t have to remove your existing finish, just sand until all of your surfaces are “deglossed”. If you have wood cabinets, then follow your wood’s grain with your sanding motions. Avoid sanding in a circular motion. Be sure to sand extra well around your door handles and stove because of potential oils and dirt located in these areas. For applications on an existing high-gloss finish, it’s optimal to apply a liquid deglosser to your finish first and then use the 300 grit sand paper to lightly scuff up the surface. When you’re done with your sanding, wipe up all of the sanding dust with a standard window cleaner such as Windex® because the alcohol and ammonia won’t leave a residue.
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  • cocoa couture

    Nuvo Cabinet Paint (Cocoa Couture) Kit

    $89.00

    Don’t just live with your outdated kitchen cabinets, LOVE them!  Nuvo™ is a DIY one-day cabinet makeover process that does not require any cabinet removal or priming!  Get professional-looking results with just a roller & brush! 

    Each kit Covers approx 100 sq ft -or 40 linear feet – Typical Kitchen size

    Kit Includes . . .
    – Two quarts of Nuvo Cabinet Paint
    – 1 roller arm
    – 2 roller covers
    – 1 brush
    – 2 stir sticks
    – Step-by-Step Illustrated Instructions

    Additional Items You May Need:
    – Deglosser (if you have slick or glossy cabinets)
    – Frog® Painter’s Tape
    – Roller pan or tray
    – Screwdriver for removing pulls
    – 300 #grit sand paper (for all cabinet types)
    – Fast drying wood filler for any deep nicks
    Before Painting Preparation: Use number 300 grit or higher to thoroughly sand all of your cabinet surfaces which you’ll be painting. You don’t have to remove your existing finish, just sand until all of your surfaces are “deglossed”. If you have wood cabinets, then follow your wood’s grain with your sanding motions. Avoid sanding in a circular motion. Be sure to sand extra well around your door handles and stove because of potential oils and dirt located in these areas. For applications on an existing high-gloss finish, it’s optimal to apply a liquid deglosser to your finish first and then use the 300 grit sand paper to lightly scuff up the surface. When you’re done with your sanding, wipe up all of the sanding dust with a standard window cleaner such as Windex® because the alcohol and ammonia won’t leave a residue.
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    Nuvo Cabinet Paint (Coconut Espresso) Kit

    $89.00

    Don’t just live with your outdated kitchen cabinets, LOVE them!  Nuvo™ is a DIY one-day cabinet makeover process that does not require any cabinet removal or priming!  Get professional-looking results with just a roller & brush! 

    Each kit Covers approx 100 sq ft -or 40 linear feet – Typical Kitchen size

    Kit Includes . . .
    – Two quarts of Nuvo Cabinet Paint
    – 1 roller arm
    – 2 roller covers
    – 1 brush
    – 2 stir sticks
    – Step-by-Step Illustrated Instructions

    Additional Items You May Need:
    – Deglosser (if you have slick or glossy cabinets)
    – Frog® Painter’s Tape
    – Roller pan or tray
    – Screwdriver for removing pulls
    – 300 #grit sand paper (for all cabinet types)
    – Fast drying wood filler for any deep nicks
    Before Painting Preparation: Use number 300 grit or higher to thoroughly sand all of your cabinet surfaces which you’ll be painting. You don’t have to remove your existing finish, just sand until all of your surfaces are “deglossed”. If you have wood cabinets, then follow your wood’s grain with your sanding motions. Avoid sanding in a circular motion. Be sure to sand extra well around your door handles and stove because of potential oils and dirt located in these areas. For applications on an existing high-gloss finish, it’s optimal to apply a liquid deglosser to your finish first and then use the 300 grit sand paper to lightly scuff up the surface. When you’re done with your sanding, wipe up all of the sanding dust with a standard window cleaner such as Windex® because the alcohol and ammonia won’t leave a residue.
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    Nuvo Cabinet Paint (Euro Taupe ) Kit

    $89.00

    Don’t just live with your outdated kitchen cabinets, LOVE them!  Nuvo™ is a DIY one-day cabinet makeover process that does not require any cabinet removal or priming!  Get professional-looking results with just a roller & brush! 

    Each kit Covers approx 100 sq ft -or 40 linear feet – Typical Kitchen size

    Kit Includes . . .
    – Two quarts of Nuvo Cabinet Paint
    – 1 roller arm
    – 2 roller covers
    – 1 brush
    – 2 stir sticks
    – Step-by-Step Illustrated Instructions

    Additional Items You May Need:
    – Deglosser (if you have slick or glossy cabinets)
    – Frog® Painter’s Tape
    – Roller pan or tray
    – Screwdriver for removing pulls
    – 300 #grit sand paper (for all cabinet types)
    – Fast drying wood filler for any deep nicks
    Before Painting Preparation: Use number 300 grit or higher to thoroughly sand all of your cabinet surfaces which you’ll be painting. You don’t have to remove your existing finish, just sand until all of your surfaces are “deglossed”. If you have wood cabinets, then follow your wood’s grain with your sanding motions. Avoid sanding in a circular motion. Be sure to sand extra well around your door handles and stove because of potential oils and dirt located in these areas. For applications on an existing high-gloss finish, it’s optimal to apply a liquid deglosser to your finish first and then use the 300 grit sand paper to lightly scuff up the surface. When you’re done with your sanding, wipe up all of the sanding dust with a standard window cleaner such as Windex® because the alcohol and ammonia won’t leave a residue.
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    Nuvo Cabinet Paint (Slate Modern) Kit

    $89.00

    Don’t just live with your outdated kitchen cabinets, LOVE them!  Nuvo™ is a DIY one-day cabinet makeover process that does not require any cabinet removal or priming!  Get professional-looking results with just a roller & brush! 

    Each kit Covers approx 100 sq ft -or 40 linear feet – Typical Kitchen size

    Kit Includes . . .
    – Two quarts of Nuvo Cabinet Paint
    – 1 roller arm
    – 2 roller covers
    – 1 brush
    – 2 stir sticks
    – Step-by-Step Illustrated Instructions

    Additional Items You May Need:
    – Deglosser (if you have slick or glossy cabinets)
    – Frog® Painter’s Tape
    – Roller pan or tray
    – Screwdriver for removing pulls
    – 300 #grit sand paper (for all cabinet types)
    – Fast drying wood filler for any deep nicks
    Before Painting Preparation: Use number 300 grit or higher to thoroughly sand all of your cabinet surfaces which you’ll be painting. You don’t have to remove your existing finish, just sand until all of your surfaces are “deglossed”. If you have wood cabinets, then follow your wood’s grain with your sanding motions. Avoid sanding in a circular motion. Be sure to sand extra well around your door handles and stove because of potential oils and dirt located in these areas. For applications on an existing high-gloss finish, it’s optimal to apply a liquid deglosser to your finish first and then use the 300 grit sand paper to lightly scuff up the surface. When you’re done with your sanding, wipe up all of the sanding dust with a standard window cleaner such as Windex® because the alcohol and ammonia won’t leave a residue.
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    Nuvo Cabinet Paint (Titanium Infusion) Kit

    $89.00

    Don’t just live with your outdated kitchen cabinets, LOVE them!  Nuvo™ is a DIY one-day cabinet makeover process that does not require any cabinet removal or priming!  Get professional-looking results with just a roller & brush! 

    Each kit Covers approx 100 sq ft -or 40 linear feet – Typical Kitchen size

    Kit Includes . . .
    – Two quarts of Nuvo Cabinet Paint
    – 1 roller arm
    – 2 roller covers
    – 1 brush
    – 2 stir sticks
    – Step-by-Step Illustrated Instructions

    Additional Items You May Need:
    – Deglosser (if you have slick or glossy cabinets)
    – Frog® Painter’s Tape
    – Roller pan or tray
    – Screwdriver for removing pulls
    – 300 #grit sand paper (for all cabinet types)
    – Fast drying wood filler for any deep nicks
    Before Painting Preparation: Use number 300 grit or higher to thoroughly sand all of your cabinet surfaces which you’ll be painting. You don’t have to remove your existing finish, just sand until all of your surfaces are “deglossed”. If you have wood cabinets, then follow your wood’s grain with your sanding motions. Avoid sanding in a circular motion. Be sure to sand extra well around your door handles and stove because of potential oils and dirt located in these areas. For applications on an existing high-gloss finish, it’s optimal to apply a liquid deglosser to your finish first and then use the 300 grit sand paper to lightly scuff up the surface. When you’re done with your sanding, wipe up all of the sanding dust with a standard window cleaner such as Windex® because the alcohol and ammonia won’t leave a residue.
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  • nuvo-a-la-mocha-kit

    Nuvo Cabinet Paint (A la Mocha) Kit

    $89.00

    Don’t just live with your outdated kitchen cabinets, LOVE them!  Nuvo™ is a DIY one-day cabinet makeover process that does not require any cabinet removal or priming!  Get professional-looking results with just a roller & brush! 

    Each kit Covers approx 100 sq ft -or 40 linear feet – Typical Kitchen size

    Kit Includes . . .
    – Two quarts of Nuvo Cabinet Paint
    – 1 roller arm
    – 2 roller covers
    – 1 brush
    – 2 stir sticks
    – Step-by-Step Illustrated Instructions

    Additional Items You May Need:
    – Deglosser (if you have slick or glossy cabinets)
    – Frog® Painter’s Tape
    – Roller pan or tray
    – Screwdriver for removing pulls
    – 300 #grit sand paper (for all cabinet types)
    – Fast drying wood filler for any deep nicks
    Before Painting Preparation: Use number 300 grit or higher to thoroughly sand all of your cabinet surfaces which you’ll be painting. You don’t have to remove your existing finish, just sand until all of your surfaces are “deglossed”. If you have wood cabinets, then follow your wood’s grain with your sanding motions. Avoid sanding in a circular motion. Be sure to sand extra well around your door handles and stove because of potential oils and dirt located in these areas. For applications on an existing high-gloss finish, it’s optimal to apply a liquid deglosser to your finish first and then use the 300 grit sand paper to lightly scuff up the surface. When you’re done with your sanding, wipe up all of the sanding dust with a standard window cleaner such as Windex® because the alcohol and ammonia won’t leave a residue.
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