We are also able to apply a wood colouring stain and spray a non-yellowing, hardened polyurethane acrylic lacquer to all types of wood & veneers, from a matt to a high gloss finish.
If you have a solid wood dining table, chairs or any item of furniture that has lost it's shine we can relacquer it for you rather than have it sprayed into a colour.
Considering having new solid wood worktops but are put off at the thought of having to have them oiled every year? You can have them lacquered by us prior to being fitted and they will not need oiling at all, and the wood will be sealed & looking beautiful.
Applying Stain & Lacquer
We recently had customers who were extending their kitchen and had some brand new doors made. They were still in their natural wood, and they needed the doors and drawer front stained and lacquered to match the rest of their kitchen. We found the stain colour that closest matched their existing kitchen, then sprayed the stain onto the new doors. Once dry, we sprayed layers of a clear hardened polyurethane lacquer. The two videos below show the stain and the lacquer being sprayed in our spray booth. The photos underneath the videos were sent to us by our customers after they had refit the doors in their home.
The video below shows Paul applying the lacquer to our customer's dining table in our paint studio at our unit in Lancing.
The slide show below shows the dining table going through the process of being prepared, stained & lacquered, and the before & after photos of the oak worktops we recently lacquered for a customer.