The original white-washed maple cabinetry in this relatively young home were functionally great, but the finish did not age well. Because white-wash stains must lay on the surface of the wood, rather than soaking in, they often result in a blotchy, uneven color as they age. The stain laying on the surface of the wood, also has a negative effect on the bonding of the clear top coat, frequently resulting in premature peeling of the finish coat. It was time to do something. A reface was the ideal solution. The tile floors were in perfect condition and ran through much of the ground floor. Working with them was essential.
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