Cabinets Doors & Trim Painting
Trim Refinishing process typically includes: (stained & polyurethane coated wood)
- Protecting area’s that do not get painted.
- Patch the damaged areas, with wood filler, including the old nail holes.
- Sanding the existing polyurethane top-coat for best paint adhesion.
- Apply one coat of high quality primer
- Light Sand, Clean.
- Apply two, or three coats of high quality paint, with a light sanding in between coats
A quote from their website says it best:
“Our revolutionary Cabinet and Trim Paint features patented Polywhey® technology — a safe, easy-to-use finish using recycled dairy whey protein. This innovative formula blends the elegance of an Old World traditional oil-based paint with the benefits of modern-day, low-VOC technology. The result is a smooth, porcelain-hard finish that is one of the most eco-friendly and durable products we have ever created. Because of it’s incredible durability, it’s also great for use on floors.”
3 Bed, 2 Bath Door & Trim Painting
1970's Kitchen Cabinet Painting
This custom kitchen cabinetry was top of the line back in 1970’s when this home was built. To demo and rebuild this kitchen would have been a utter waste. The cabinetry was in great shape and just needed a new finish. On top of that the new owner had great ideas to open the kitchen – dinning room and living room space up and bring in new colors to what was 3 rooms now looks and feels like 1 great room. The before and after shots show the drastic changes it made to the main living space. (Photo’s Below)