Because your kitchen and bathroom cabinets get so much scrutiny on a daily basis,SB Finish specializes in staining (refinishing) cabinets by sanding/stripping to bare wood. We then condition the wood, stain it, then apply the first clear coat. These steps are followed by sanding with a fine grit sandpaper and applying another clear coat.
Painting cabinets is a similar process to staining. Because he have high specifications, it is an arduous process. Similar to staining, we begin with fully sanding your cabinets before they receive a full priming. Before we lay the first coat we caulk areas as needed. As with staining, sanding with a high grit sandpaper is needed before applying the final coat.
The finish for kitchen and bathroom cabinets is especially important because you see them closely throughout the day. So SB Finish recommends a hard finish that levels out to a smooth finish. It also means that for most cabinet projects, we spray the paint on, but don’t brush or roll it. This allows for a very smooth finish and a great looking final product.