White Stain Euro Shaker Kitchen

April 24, 2011
Windsor Locks, Connecticut
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A translucent white stain on maple for a Euro style kitchen.

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    adminalmost 9 years ago

    Nice work!

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    speedpro50almost 9 years ago

    Very nice and I don't even like white kitchens that much.

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    greg24kalmost 9 years ago

    Nice work Leo...

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    DeanValmost 9 years ago

    Do you have a close up? I am having a hard time seeing the translucence. What product did you use for the white stain?

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    Leo Galmost 9 years ago

    The white translucence really doesn't show up well at all in pics. In person it is easy to see.

    The finishing was all done with ML Campbell products. I used a white stain, then three coats of a white toner and then 3 coats of clear.

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    jmicover 8 years ago

    Nice work, as always !

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