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Cabinet Painting Service

Discover a level of quality and durability that not only matches but surpasses big franchises—all at an affordable price. Our specialized cabinet painting service, with a UV-curable finish and flawless spray application, sets us apart from  interior painting companies.We focus on what we do best—transforming cabinets. Our specialization sets us apart from general interior painting companies and ensures an expertise that exceeds expectations.

Why Should Final Finish Refinish Your Cabinets?

  • Quality and Durability at an Affordable Price

  • Specialized Cabinet Painting Expertise

  • UV-Curable Finish for an Instant Long-Lasting Beauty

  • Factory-Finish Spray Application, No Brush Strokes or Streaks

  • Solid 5-Year Warranty for Your Peace of Mind

The Cabinet Painting Process

The cabinet refinishing process begins with selecting the desired color, considering factors such as style and existing aesthetics. After a thorough cleaning to remove dirt and grease, the cabinets undergo a meticulous sanding process to prepare the surface for the new finish. Using a professional spray application technique, the chosen color is evenly applied, ensuring a flawless finish without brush strokes or streaks. Following the color application, a protective finish is sprayed onto the cabinets for enhanced durability and resistance to wear and tear. In some advanced processes, a UV-curable finish is applied, utilizing ultraviolet light to accelerate drying and hardening. Once the finish has fully cured, any final touches are completed, such as hardware installation, and the workspace is cleaned, revealing transformed cabinets ready to showcase their new color and enduring beauty.

The Process at our Workshop...

  • Before any refinishing work begins, we thoroughly clean the cabinet surfaces to remove dirt, grease, and other contaminants.

  • Use a mild cleaning solution or a degreaser to ensure a clean and smooth surface for the refinishing process. Proper cleaning is crucial for the adhesion of the new finish.

cabinet painting (cleaning)
cabinet painting (sanding)
  • Once the cabinets are clean and dry, the sanding process begins. This step involves removing the existing finish and creating a smooth surface for the new color to adhere.

  • Start with a coarse-grit sandpaper to strip away the old finish, and then progress to finer grits for a polished surface. Sanding helps prepare the wood and ensures an even application of the new color.

  • With the cabinets properly prepped, it's time to apply the chosen color. Professional cabinet refinishing services often use a spray application technique for a seamless and flawless finish.

  • The selected color is evenly sprayed onto the cabinet surfaces, ensuring consistent coverage and a professional appearance. The spray application allows for a smooth finish without brush strokes or streaks.

cabinet painting (spraying)
Durable Poly Finish
  • After the base color is applied and has dried, a protective finish is sprayed onto the cabinets. This finish not only enhances the color but also provides durability and resistance to wear and tear.

  • The finish is expertly sprayed to create a uniform coating that seals and protects the color underneath. This step is crucial for achieving a long-lasting and high-quality result.

  • UV-curable finish is applied. This involves using ultraviolet light to quickly cure and harden the finish.

  • UV curing offers several benefits, including rapid drying times, increased durability, and a reduced environmental impact. This step accelerates the curing process, allowing the cabinets to be ready for use more quickly.

cabinet painting (UV Curing)
cabinet painting (UV Curing)

By following these steps with precision, the cabinet refinishing process results in cabinets that are not only visually appealing with the chosen color but also durable and ready to withstand daily use. The combination of proper cleaning, sanding, precise spraying techniques, and UV curing ensures a professional and long-lasting finish.

cabinet painting (before and after)



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