Hi all,... I was in Lowes and Homers (Home Depot) yesterday buying spray paint for a project (no, I'm not a tagger...lol). Over in the Rustoleum section, there was a section with quarts of a specialty product they have: tintable countertop paint for use on laminate. ????? huh? Does this stuff really work, and does it look good? From the website: OVERVIEW: Tired of looking at that old Countertop? With Rust-Oleum Countertop coating, you can renew laminate countertops, cabinets and furniture. In addition, it contains HomeShield(TM) Antimicrobial Protection which will protect the painted surface by inhibiting the growth of mold and mildew and other odor or stain causing microbes. PRODUCT FEATURES: Tint to one of 16 colors to coordinate with existing flooring, fixtures, etc. Washable, moisture and chemical resistant against common household items. No primer need for laminate surfaces! I have 60's laminate, dark paneling-type, smooth finish kitchen cabinets. I so want them out of my kitchen, but haven't the $$ to tear them out yet. Could I paint them with this stuff you think? Has anybody you know ever tried it? Thanks!!!!