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Manufactured vs. Local Shop Built

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Difference in Finish

Manufactured

Finishes are done in a dedicated sterilized area with positive airflow, crucial for keeping dust out and ensuring an ultra-smooth finish.

Multiple steps and products are utilized and then oven-baked to create a highly durable finish that resists staining from most foods and liquids.

Doors are meticulously sanded with a combination of hand and equipment techniques for the smoothest possible surface.

Humidity is controlled with misters, ensuring that the air and wood have optimal moisture content.

Local Shop

Use orbital hand sanders and hand paint sprayers which prevent achieving the same depth, consistency, and durability of factory-finished cabinets.

Lets finishes air dry, meaning they often never fully cure. This means the surface may absorb grime and food, which gives them a gummy look and feel.

 

Finishes in a room at their shop or at the job site (even worse), both of which are exposed to high levels of dust and no environmental control.

Difference in Finish

Finishes are done in a dedicated sterilized area with positive airflow, crucial for keeping dust out and ensuring an ultra-smooth finish.

Multiple steps and products are utilized and then oven-baked to create a highly durable finish that resists staining from most foods and liquids.

Doors are meticulously sanded with a combination of hand and equipment techniques for the smoothest possible surface.

Humidity is controlled with misters, ensuring that the air and wood have optimal moisture content.

Use orbital hand sanders and hand paint sprayers which prevent achieving the same depth, consistency, and durability of factory-finished cabinets.

Lets finishes air dry, meaning they often never fully cure. This means the surface may absorb grime and food, which gives them a gummy look and feel.

 

Finishes in a room at their shop or at the job site (even worse), both of which are exposed to high levels of dust and no environmental control.

Difference in Finish

Finishes are done in a dedicated sterilized area with positive airflow, crucial for keeping dust out and ensuring an ultra-smooth finish.

Multiple steps and products are utilized and then oven-baked to create a highly durable finish that resists staining from most foods and liquids.

Doors are meticulously sanded with a combination of hand and equipment techniques for the smoothest possible surface.

Humidity is controlled with misters, ensuring that the air and wood have optimal moisture content.

Use orbital hand sanders and hand paint sprayers which prevent achieving the same depth, consistency, and durability of factory-finished cabinets.

Lets finishes air dry, meaning they often never fully cure. This means the surface may absorb grime and food, which gives them a gummy look and feel.

 

Finishes in a room at their shop or at the job site (even worse), both of which are exposed to high levels of dust and no environmental control.

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