The lacquered is a glossy material, available in different colour, that is made with a fibreboard panel which is covered with polyurethane and polyester paint. The lacquer can be matt, glossy, metallic, open pore or with bump (like concrete or materic effect) all over the surface. The lacquering is a type of paint that uses lacquers, that is a coat of polyester or polyurethane transparent or coloured paint that hiding the grain of the wood, unless it is open-pore lacquer, that cover and colour the surfaces but show the wood veining. The lacquer is sprayed onto the support and dry through a solvent evaporation that produce a really strong and durable layer which could have different kind of glossiness: from supermatt to extra glossy through the use of very fine abrasive papers, cotton brushes and wax polishes. There are also other type of lacquering effects to recreate more complex and expensive materials at a more affordable price, as the concrete lacquered or materic which with their irregular surface remember these materials. It offers an extensive list of benefit because the style of lacquered doors is clean and give always a cool effect. the used of lacquerd doors can change the surrounding environment made it bigger and brighter. Also give the possibility to chose among a huge variety of colours and be suitable for everybody. It's an expensive material, but the price is come from its awesome quality, in all the edges that are perfectly closed and made the doors completely waterproof.



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To Do


The lacquered doors because their finishing require a particularly careful maintenance in order to avoid damaging the surface. For cleaning, use non-abrasive soft cloths.


Not To Do


Don't use products containing solvents, acetone or containing abrasives as they may scratch the surface. Do not use wax-based products, alcohol or silicones, because their application may be formed halos.





Technical Informations



Support Description


Mdf, that's means Medium density fibreboard, It's an interesting material from the production method view, because don't need to cut trees to produce it. Its production materials come from branches and production scraps, that are crushed, selected and checked to eliminate big pieces or wrong elements. Through the crushing the wood's fibre become a “wood paste” and after its been mixed with thermosetting resin and placed under pressure it get good mechanical characteristics, excellent solidity, and compactness along edges that's essential to make lacquered or ennobled panels. All used panels are E1 class , which means that the resins used do not cause any health problems because the emissions of formaldehyde is very low.



Coating Description


The veneer is a surface layer which covers the doors structure, sides and all elements that make up of the furniture. They’re very thin layers of wood that come from the horizontal trunk's cut. There are several types of wood: the different qualities are depended from the "essences” that is the type of tree from it comes and the processing it goes through. Each type has very specific characteristics, both aesthetic and practical, requires a different maintenance and it used for specific purposes and products. The veneering can be done with different kind of wood, from cheaper essences, because more common in nature and easy to find like Oak wood, than also they can be dyed to recreate different wood (such as mahogany, teak, wengè...) to best and high quality wood like ebony or tropical type as Rosewood.