New oak shaker doors finished in Target Coatings Emtech 6500  and clear coated in Emtech 9300 satin in Benjamin Moore Simply White.   Target Coatings have the finest waterborne lacquers on the market hands down.

New oak shaker doors finished in Target Coatings Emtech 6500 and clear coated in Emtech 9300 satin in Benjamin Moore Simply White. Target Coatings have the finest waterborne lacquers on the market hands down.

New oak shaker doors finished in Target Coatings Emtech 6500 and clear coated in Emtech 9300 satin in Benjamin Moore Simply White. Target Coatings have the finest waterborne lacquers on the market hands down.

New oak shaker doors finished in Target Coatings Emtech 6500 and clear coated in Emtech 9300 satin in Benjamin Moore Simply White. Target Coatings have the finest waterborne lacquers on the market hands down.

New oak shaker doors finished in Benjamin Moore "Storm" AF-700 with Target Coatings Emtech-6500 and 9300, a breeze to spray.

New oak shaker doors finished in Benjamin Moore "Storm" with Target Coatings and a breeze to spray.

New oak shaker doors finished in Benjamin Moore "Storm" AF-700 with Target Coatings Emtech-6500 and 9300, a breeze to spray.

New oak shaker doors finished in Benjamin Moore "Storm" with Target Coatings and a breeze to spray.

Tanbark Rd. Before: Maple cabinets with a rough DIY stain job needed a new professional finish.

Before: Maple cabinets with a rough DIY stain job needed a new professional finish.

Tanbark Rd. After:  Cabinets were toned with General Finishes "Espresso" water based stain mixed with High Performance Poly Satin finish.

After: Cabinets were toned with General Finishes "Espresso" water based stain mixed with High Performance Poly Satin finish.

Spring Blossom Drive After: "Golden Oak disease" cured with Benjamin Moore's "Decorator's White". Professionally HVLP spray finished with General Finishes White Poly Satin pigmented polyurethane (not paint) for a tough durable finish that looks like it just came from the manufacturer again.

Spring Blossom Drive After: "Golden Oak disease" cured with Benjamin Moore's "Decorator's White". Professionally HVLP spray finished with General Finishes White Poly Satin pigmented polyurethane (not paint) for a tough durable finish that looks like it just came from the manufacturer again.

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