Every project we undertake has a ‘different recipe’ and that is why, after years of experience in lacquering, we can achieve the same colour as we created long ago.
Lacquering is a type of painting that uses lacquer, i.e. a coloured polyester or polyurethane coating of paint that hides the wood grain: there is also a kind of lacquering known as open pore, which colours whilst leaving glimpses of the wood grain beneath.
Lacquering is suitable for wood surfaces such as solid wood, MDF and melamine faced chipboard.
The lacquering can have a gloss, satin, matte or embossed finish. The quality of the lacquering depends on the type and quantity of paint used and on how carefully the treatment has been applied.