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Our Kitchen Cabinet Finishing Process

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Sanding – From medium to very fine grit sequence Sanding follows a strict sand paper ‘grit’ sequence to provide a uniform base

Vacuum clean wood to remove all dust Vacuum & air systems to ensure that the wood surface is free of all particles

1st Toner application Toner is applied to selected stain door styles to enhance the natural wood beauty and graining

Oven cure at 130° F.

2nd Toner application

Oven cure at 130° F.

Wood conditioner, stain prep coat

Oven cure at 130° F.

Hand sand & remove dust prior to stain

Stain application & hand wiping Stain is evenly applied to all surfaces. This deep penetrating stain is applied for even coverage on all profiles. The wood is then hand-wiped to remove excess stain, emphasizing the natural wood grain.

Oven cure at 130° F.

Apply catalyzed sealer to protect stain and seal door All stained door styles receive 2 coats of tough, non-yellowing, catalyzed

Oven cure at 130° F.

Hand sand & remove dust for final finish application To achieve an ultra smooth finish, after each seal coat is applied, we hand sand the material one last time.

Final finish - apply catalyzed varnish topcoat Premium quality catalyzed varnish is applied to protect the grain from moisture and lock in the beauty of the wood.

Final oven cure at 130° F.

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