Masters Wood Finishing can spray paint your kitchen cabinets to any desired colour and sheen. Our industrial-grade finishes are high-quality, custom-made and low VOC.
The cabinet refinishing process is as follows,
Stain grade refinishing restores and enhances wooden kitchen cabinets, while maintaining the natural wood grain texture. If you are looking to completely change the stain colour, we can strip and sand your kitchen cabinets and doors, while then staining them to the desired colour and sheen.
If you enjoy the look of your existing kitchen cabinets and their current stain colour, the same colour renewal, reconditioning and clear coating option may be the best process for you.
Over the years kitchens begin to look old due to wear-and-tear, grease, colour chips and fades. So instead of changing the entire kitchen, our experienced team will go over a series of steps to bring your kitchen back to new.
Degreasing the cabinets, doors, drawer fronts and so forth, to ensure the adhesiveness of the finish to the wood. Then we will sealer-sand, apply minor repairs and spray a high-quality, clear, low-VOC wood coating.
Toning your kitchen cabinets will make your existing wood cabinets look darker, giving them a rich and new look; a multicoated process by spraying semi-transparent coats to reach the customer’s desired darker colour.
The reason why many clients love having their kitchen cabinets toned rather than sprayed in a solid-paint-grade colour is that when toning solid wood kitchen cabinets you are retaining the value of the wood while being able to still see the beauty of the natural grain and its unique texture.
Thermofoil removal is necessary when the thermofoil is peeling and chipping on the edges of the cabinets and exposing the MDF. MDF is not moisture resistant, so, if it is not protected, it will expand and bubble over time.
Thermofoil Removal Process:
Glazing is an art that adds a beautiful, antique, and unique appearance to kitchens. It is a speciality that requires years of experience. With glazing, we can change the colour of your kitchen and then glaze (either wet or dry) any colour on top of it.