Staining generally refers to altering the color of a natural wood species with an oil based, interior wood stain. The staining process is typically followed by at least two coats of a clear finish. The finish can be one of many different types of lacquer, varnish or polyurethane. We can help you decide what is best for your situation. We can match the stain currently in your home.
Enamels are most commonly used on trim pieces such as baseboard, casing, windows, doors and cabinets. Enamels come in most of the colors available for regular paint. Enamel can be hand brushed, but a spray application will provide a much smoother finish.