We recently had the opportunity to mix up our daily routine after receiving a request for two custom deer hunting stands from a past client. They needed to be 25 feet tall, and we would be doing "the install.”
The fourth and final step in our finishing process is...finishing! After the wood has been prepared for staining, stained, and then sealed, we must apply a top coat, or finish. Finish is usually applied in several coats and is sanded between each. Finish comes in many forms, thicknesses, sheens, and levels of penetration.
By offering custom product experiences, we give our clients a chance to get exactly what they want or need and to make the most of their available space.
Sealing is the third step in our finishing process. Sealer is applied to stained and unstained wood. We do this to seal the pores of the wood which creates smooth, even surface for when we are ready to apply the finish. Sealing stained wood also helps to prevent the stain from bleeding through excessive coats of the finish.