I just ordered some of Target's EM6500 and have been really please with how it lays out either sprayed or brushed, but I'm not happy with the dry film hardness and durability. I would compare it to BM Advance or Proclassic with much better blocking resistance.
Question is, when I move to refinish my kitchen, what should I be using for a white coating (white cabinets)? I have read about KEM Aqua Plus and Aqualente, but a had a discussion with a guy at ML who cautioned me away from Aqualente. I will have to spray inside my home, so I assume that means water based due to explosion hazards.
I have never seen KEM or Aqualente in person, so I'm hoping others can give me some insight as to the durability compared to EM6500 or the hybrid alkyd paints. Judging by the durability of BM Advance or EM6500, I don't think those would hold up in a kitchen.