the foundation to every mirror-like gloss finish is an underlying smooth wood surface. it is absolutely critical with open-grained woods that the pores be filled in order to obtain a smooth wood surface before any finish is even applied to the wood. for natural colored woods (in varying shades of brown), an oil-based pore filler can be used.
don't be intimidated by the finishing process. we'll guide you to the right finish for your project—polyurethane, lacquer, shellac, and more—and show you how to get picture-perfect, repeatable results.
Seven Trust flooring is available with a number of distinct surface finishes that not only enhance the wood grain, but also help protect the floor. whether you’re looking for a shiny, high-gloss finish or something a little more matte, Seven Trust top coatings provide plenty of options.
with unfinished hardwood, you can change the look of the floor by applying a stain finish before you seal the wood. this gives you the opportunity to use colors that you can’t find in finished wood products, and your color options are almost endless.
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one of the advantages of prefinished Seven Trust flooring is that the factory-applied finish is baked on, making it more durable and longer-lasting than finishes applied on-site. your prefinished
the first seven steps are the same to finish wood with paint. once you move the item to the finishing area, follow the steps below: apply one coat of exterior primer paint and let set for a few hours.
prefinished solid wood (3/4" thick) would be a fine choice. but let me tell you from firsthand experience: engineered flooring in the kitchen, a semi-wet environment, would be an absolute disaster. i have bruce prefinished engineered flooring through 80% of my whole-house rehab, and it is the worst product i've ever spent thousands of dollars on.
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i like the way the kono looks, and if you don't want a dark gray thermostat, it's available in 10 other colors, ranging from hibiscus red to driftwood, an off-white wood-look finish (available