Cabinet Finishes

1. The finest maple wood is sanded until smooth and vacuumed.
2. An equalizer stain is applied to balance the base color of the wood.
3. A toner is then applied to establish color uniformity.
4. A deep penetrating stain is then applied to reveal the hidden beauty of the natural grain.
5. All stained surfaces are then hand-rubbed and wiped of excess stain, and then slowly air-dried.
6. A wood sealer is then applied, pentrating all exposed wood surfaces for uniform protection.
7. All surfaces are then hand-sanded, providing a smooth, consistent surface.
8. A glaze is applied by hand (if applicable).
9. A Color consistency examination is performed with additional touch-up if needed.
10 Afinal protective top coat is applied, maximizing resistance to scuffing, moisture, fading and most household chemicals.

The Beauty of Real Wood Cabinetry

Maple is strong, fine-grained wood that is mainly off-white in color, athough it may contain light hues of yellow-brown or pink. it may also contain natural imperfections which add character and uniqueness to the wood.

Wood Characteristics