Our Finishes Versus Our Competitors
Updated: May 11
Please notice the difference in the cabinet refinishing process, and materials we use, compared to our competition.
All our competitors use only two coats of acetone or water-based lacquer for refinishing.
We refinish cabinets with 2 coats of stain-blocking primer and 2 coats of enamel fortified with urethane for a smooth, washable, durable, and lasting finish. Then, we refinish the cabinet boxes frame and panels in the same color and sheen.
For country-style applications, we apply distress and glazing as requested and approved by the customer. Then we protect the finish with acrylic urethane for a smooth, washable, durable, and lasting finish.
For stained finishes, we apply two coats of oil-based and urethane-enriched gel-stain and protected finish with polyurethane for a smooth, washable, durable, and lasting finish.
Our finishes withstand t
he heavy use of kitchens and bathrooms.
One coat of lacquer has one mil, one primer, paint, or gel-stain 1.5 mils, and polyurethane two mils. Thus, our competition finishes are two mils thick while our minimum is six mils thick.