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Milesi or ICA for kitchen cabinets10/29/19
Any one use Milesi or ICA water borne for kitchen cabinets? We do mostly white with low sheen. Any info appreciated.
Al, Both are very good and both have excellent waterbased systems for kitchens.
Thank you Bob. I donít think you are a SW fan but I may be able to get Sayerlack easier than the others I mentioned. Do you have any experience with Sayerlack?
I have not used Sayerlack. I know others that have and they have mixed reviews on some of the products, as for specifics I dont know. If you would like I could call the guy and ask.
Bob if you have someone please ask. I looked at Sayerlack website and they have one that you can add cross linker if you want for added protection. But they have many different finishes and Iím not sure which one would be best. I only do new work, hard maple with mdf panels, white colors with around 15 degree sheen. Need it for kitchen cabinetry. My local SW store is really good and they are very helpful. They were going to see if they can get the Sayerlack for me but I need a model number to give them.
You need to be talking to the SW Industrial Coatings people, not the paint store people.
They are set up as different organizations. The paint store people don't know or understand the industrial coatings side of the business.
I was thinking that all though the local store has been getting me the Kem Aqua plus. There is a lot to be said if you can deal locally.
Al, I talked to my buddy about Sayerlack and he has only tried the Ext. waterbased system. He said those products are just like all the other European manufactures Ext. products.
Ok thank you.
The ICA is better imho but if you can find an ILVA distributor itís very close but I can get it for around $40 less a gallon than I pay for ICA.
ILVA is a sister company to Milesi and their technology is very similar if not the same
We use milesi 2k poly and couldn't be happier. Sprays nice, quick turnaround to sealer scuff, has a gorgeous topcoat,somehow minimal overspray (chairs) yet fast drying. We do thin it 30% for a light look. Used to spray sayerlack 2k poly but no comparison, plus our local (Seattle) distribuitor has made repeated screwups on orders and don't seem to care.