Published at Friday, March 08th, 2019 - 09:31:29 AM. Cabinet Finishes. By Nyx Van de Berg.
Glaze usually comes in a variety of colors like bronze, mocha, cream, white, coffee, etc. There are two popular glazing finishes used for kitchen cabinets namely : white glaze and dark glaze. White glaze is typically applied on white painted cabinets, while dark glaze is usually used for stained cabinets. Others combine both in order to produce a more antique look.
Glazed kitchen cabinets come in two forms. First, is a pre-glazed kitchen door which is already ready made and finished, while the other one would still include self application of a store bought glaze. The glazing process involves painting or staining the cabinet first, and then allowing it to cte for some time. Once the paint or stain has dried, a thin coat of glaze is applied over the cabinet door, using a brush, and then the excess is wiped. The glaze is then allowed to cure and once fully dried, a top coat of polyurethane is added.
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