Tuesday, August 16, 2011

lacquer kitchen 2012

this finish is achieved when several coats of coloured lacquer are sprayed on to the door in the factory to give it a tough, resilient finish. having a finer surface than laminates and being more expensive to produce, lacquer cabinets tend to be at the luxury end of the market. as they are sprayed, there is no visible line between front and sides, making the finish totally seamless. lacquer cabinets are available in hundreds of different colours. one of the most populer lacquer is PUR (polyurethane) hi-gloss, which, after hardening, is sanded and polished for a particularly striking, tough finish. a door with a micro lacquer finish has slightly texured, matt surface that highly resist

ant to scratching and impact damage.

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