Pickled Cabinetry

Pickled finishes on cabinets and other woodwork was very popular in the 80s, with many new houses being built with all the woodwork pickled. Today white cabinets is the standard for new homes, but many people love the looks of their pickled woodwork and don’t want to paint over it. Just like any thing else in the home, there is maintenance, and cabinets are no different. Water and steam can damage the top coat, as well as scratches, nicks, and grease.

Refinishing pickled woodwork can restore the beauty of your cabinets and make them look like new again. Call Gleam Guard Cabinet Refinishing of Dallas for your free estimate and demonstration. We can take your worse door and make it look new again so their will be no doubt of the quality of our workmanship.

Gleam Guard only uses the best products. Here is a link to the pickled stain so it is less of a mystery.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Minwax-1-qt-White-Wash-Pickling-Water-Based-Wood-Stain-61860/100376216

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