Spray Finishing now available at Cutlist

Landed this month! Our automated spray finishing line is now live.  Spray finishing at Cutlist

Spray lacquer

If you use pre-veneered boards then you are going to love this service. We’ve been selling pre-lacquered veneer boards for a while now, and they are very popular. But there is a hurdle to overcome, and that’s the edge banding. Although the board comes pre-lacquered, the edge banding doesn’t, which means our customers are left to finish their edges themselves with oil or similar. Not any more!  Our spray lacquering service allows your panels to be spray finished after the edge banding has been applied, meaning your panels are finished all round. The second benefit from our service is the choice of panel. Until now, the pre-lacquered boards only came in the standard 19mm thick, and usually only in Oak or Walnut. With our service, you can choose any thickness panel, in any veneer and we will edge* and lacquer it for you.  Our water based lacquer has a 10% sheen giving a luxurious finish to the boards whilst leaving the grain open. 

Primer Undercoat 

Priming MDF is always a chore, and time consuming. We are now offering a spray primed service for all MDF and plywood panels. Each panel is primed both faces and any edge you require. We edge band any edges which are to be finished as this gives the perfect base to apply our primer. With a low-cost price per meter, we know this will be hugely popular with all MDF orders! We send our panels out primed white with two coats of water based primer, everything leaves us in the raw form meaning they will need a little tickle with sand paper to prepare them for the finish coat onsite. 

Take advantage 

To take advantage of this new service, simply select the option on our quote form for spray lacquering or spray priming and we will do the rest. For more information on the service click here  *Minimum edge banding thickness is 10mm. We are sorry but we are unable to label panels which go to our spray finishing department. Facebooktwitterpinterestlinkedinmail

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