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Highlight Glaze

Highlight Glaze w/ Brushing Technique

The Brushing Technique is an optional finish technique that can be added to our Highlight Glazes on paint. It is a hand applied technique used to simulate a brush painted finish. Variations in brush stroke intensity, direction or overlap from piece to piece are common and should be expected. The Brushing Technique is only available when using a Highlight glaze.

 

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Cafe Highlight Glaze

Slate Highlight Glaze

The Highlight glaze is a more subtle glazing technique than our traditional glaze and is only available on painted finishes in select colors (see chart below). The amount of Highlight material retained around doors, drawer fronts and other select components will vary from one piece to another. It features two highlight colors, Cafe and Slate, which are applied and wiped off by hand.

 

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Specialty Finishes

Cafe w/ Brushing

Slate w/ brushing

Glaze Disclaimer: Glaze and highlight material is hand applied.  The amount and consistency retained around the door and drawer front profiles will vary.  Due to the glazing or highlighting process, the overall appearance of the glaze or highlight may vary.

 

Brush Technique: The brush technique is a hand-applied method that adds the look of subtle brush strokes and requires a highlight on painted finishes.  Due to the delicate and complex process, customers must be aware that samples and finished product will vary in intensity, direction and overlap.  Finished product may vary greatly from display or sample. Variation in glaze or highlight consistency is normal and is not covered by warranty.

Paint - Painted Finishes can show evidence of slight crack lines at joints In doors, frames, and at glue joints in panels. Due to natural expansion and contraction of wood (Especially evident with Inset Cabinetry). Door panels will shrink, exposing unfinished areas of wood, if proper humidification is not maintained in storage and after permanent installation. Areas of end grains on edges and panel cuts may exhibit voids in wood which appear as rough spots in wood. We consider these imperfections normal for solid wood products and will not be considered as cause for replacement. Metro Doors with Painted Finishes will be Solid MDF.

*Internet technology does not allow for completely accurate reproduction of wood, stain or paint colors. Visit an independent retailer to view displays and samples for actual colors.  W. W. Wood Products, Inc. does not guarantee that all information on this site is accurate. Although every attempt is made to ensure the information on this site is kept current and accurate, specifications can change without notice.