Do you have built-in cabinets or bookshelves that could use some updating? Maybe the trim in your house is wood, and you want to change up the look? An efficient, long-lasting way to complete this process is to stain and varnish the wood.
To begin, sand the wood. This will create an even, blank slate so that any color stain can be applied. Then, brush the stain along the grain of the wood, immediately wiping off all excess liquid with a rag. Add a sealer on top of this and sand down once dry. Finish with a varnish to protect your hard work from damage.
Last week, we worked on a commercial drywall hanging and taping tenant improvement in Seattle. We worked on a residential interior repaint in Monroe. We also worked on a drywall hanging and taping project in Granite Falls.
Projects like staining and varnishing can take a long time and may not always end in the result you expected. One way to ensure that the end result is one that you had hoped for is to outsource the work. If you would like help with your staining and varnishing or want the interior or exterior – of your house or commercial building – updated, reach out to us! We will work to book you before the holiday season is upon us.
Thanks for checking in,
President of Mink Enterprises
Drywall, Painting Specialist