JARLIN CABINETRY 4341 PAGELAND HWY | LANCASTER, SC 29720 PHONE:843-800-8554 EMAIL:email@example.com
SUPERIOR CABINET CONSTRUCTION
1. Wood Selection The first step is to select the finest wood for the component parts to ensure that they meet our high standards. High quality raw materials are the basis for a fine furniture finished product. 2. Sanded to Perfection All the doors are sanded to assure that all parts of the wood will take the finish uniformly and evenly assuring consistent color. 3. Cleaning Each part is cleaned of dust and debris prior to entering the stain booth on a wood surface that is free of dust particles. 4. Staining/Painting The penetrating stain or paint is hand applied utilizing processes to make sure that the color is uniformly distributed. 5. Color Inspection The stained or painted product goes through a color inspection station to assure that all parts of the kitchen will be uniform in color. 6. Drying The product is then oven dried to ensure all parts are fully dry prior to sealing. 7. Sealer Coat The seal coat provides a base for the top coat by filling in any open pores in the wood, allowing the top coat to go on uniformly and evenly. 8. Drying The seal coat is oven cured for uniform hardness and drying. This prevents finish problems like crackling and peeling. 9. Hand Sanded The parts are lightly touch sanded with a fine grit sandpaper to prevent any raised grain or roughness. This allows for a more uniform build up in the top coat. 10. Dust Removal After sanding the parts are cleaned of any debris. This ensures no dust is in the top coat. 11. Top Coat A premium quality catalyzed clear top-coat is applied to protect the wood from environmental elements. 12. Drying The top coat is oven cured. This chemically locks in the properties of the top coat finalizing the finish quality. 13. Final Inspection All product goes through a final inspection in the finish area assuring consistent color and finish quality. Additional Finish Steps for Glazed Product 1. After the seal sanding and cleaning the glaze is hand applied. 2. The glazed product is placed on a rack to air dry. 3. The product then goes through the top coat, drying and inspection steps.
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