Are your kitchen cabinets hand-stained or machine stained? And what is the difference?
The main difference between hand-stained kitchen cabinets and machine stained cabinets is quality. A hand-applied finish is a critical part of the overall beauty and quality of kitchen cabinetry.
The Benefits of Hand-Stained Kitchen Cabinets
Old world techniques, such as hand staining, may not be the fastest or most efficient ways to produce custom wood cabinets, but they are the most appealing! When a person applies stain, he/she can do it in a way that matches precisely the grain and cut of the wood. When a machine applies stain, it does every door the same, regardless of the grain and cut of the wood.
Hand applied and hand wiped stains offer unbeatable clarity that enhances the natural beauty and grain of the wood as opposed to machine applied stains that lay on the surface and mask the natural beauty and character of the wood.
Hand-Stained Quality from Conestoga and Kitchen Saver
Conestoga Wood Specialties, a manufacturer of custom wood kitchen cabinet doors, uses only the highest quality products and techniques. That is why every Conestoga kitchen cabinet door is hand stained, giving it unparalleled aesthetic appeal. And that is why we at Kitchen Saver use nothing but Conestoga kitchen cabinet doors for our Custom Cabinet Renewal.
While most of our competitors do not use hand stained products, we at Kitchen Saver go the extra mile to provide you with a kitchen you can be proud of! We use only high-grade materials that combine beauty, durability and ease of care. Our quality hardwood doors are available in oak, maple or cherry.
Prepare to be Impressed!
If you have any questions, please contact Kitchen Saver for all your Kitchen needs by calling 877-828-9056 or click here today!
Twenty-five years ago, Kitchen Saver opened its doors and began offering remodeling and refacing services to customers in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C. Quality workmanship, solid materials and innovation were our watch words, and they still are today.