Before we do anything, we use a proprietary cleaning process to clean your cabinets and remove oils, grease, grime, waxes, and other particles that may have accumulated, as well as loose layers of old finish. This gives us a fresh canvas to work with.
At this point, we prepare and seal the cabinet, neutralizing the wood’s pH levels. This step is important to make sure that the primer and color bond to the wood properly.
Our primer blocks tannin and stains on the wood from bleeding through and marring the surface after the process is complete.
We only provide the best. That’s why we use our own acrylic polyurethane blend, as opposed to basic latex or slow to dry alkyd paint. We apply several coats to your cabinet to make the finish durable against bumps, scratches, and other physical wear. This process is similar to the process used in factories when manufacturing new cabinets.
N-Hance uses a proprietary topcoat that is cured using ultraviolet light. This finish dries quickly, meaning you don’t have to wait to use your cabinets again!