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02-04-2011 08:04 AM

I am about to build raised panel cabinet doors and drawer fronts for our kitchen. We want to stain them a deep cherry colour. What is the best method to use after the final staining to protect the finish?

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02-05-2011 07:57 AM

Polyurethane, either sprayed, brushed or hand rubbed. Make sure the stain is completely cured before sealing.

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02-24-2011 09:32 AM

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02-24-2011 05:27 PM

Raised panel doors are difficult to finish with a brush or a rag. The best finish will come from spraying. HVLP is the correct system for this because of low over-spray and high efficiency of paint transfer, using a 1.5mm needle. Poly or lacquer, either oil or water based would be good choices for your top coat. Apply multiple coats.

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06-07-2011 01:03 AM

If you use Polyurethane as described above, after you get a clear coat or two look for some gel Polyurethane and thin a nice complimentary color. Not too thick; almost to where you dont even see it. It will help even out the stain and give the finish a richer feel. ;)

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06-08-2011 12:49 AM

I have been using spar polyurethane a lot and I wonder if this would be good for a kitchen cabinet finish, especially around the sink, where things drip.

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04-06-2013 07:26 AM

This is very nice, Kitchen is the most important part of the house. so that you should have to renovate this every month .

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08-08-2019 11:05 AM

The idea is very nice, and I like the color choice. I think the polyurethane solution is probably your best bet.

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