Eclipse Cabinetry Highlight Glazes on Stain
Graphite Highlight is available on most stain colors. Our highlight is hand applied and wiped, leaving a subtle somewhat transparent amount of material behind compared to our Traditional Glaze process.
This hand applied technique results in variation in amount of highlight material retained from piece to piece. Variation in consistency is normal and not reason for replacement.
Highlight Glaze Finishes on Stain
Glaze finishes: Glaze and highlight material is hand applied. The amount and consistency retained around the door and drawer front profiles will vary. Due to the glazing or highlighting process, the overall appearance of the glaze or highlight may vary.
Stained finishes: The real beauty of wood comes from the natural qualities of the wood itself. Depending on the wood type, Wood will vary in color from shades of white, red, brown, green, to almost black. This variation in the underlying wood color affects the finished appearance of the applied stain. As such, color samples are only approximations of the finished product, but not exact matches. Grain variations of solid hardwood and veneers will vary from curvy to nearly straight and will also affect the finished appearance. Solid wood panels of doors and drawer fronts naturally expand and contract with normal humidity changes due to interior heating and cooling, this may result in panels shrinking during dry conditions (typically winter) and revealing unfinished lines on the outside edges of the center panel.
*Internet technology does not allow for completely accurate reproduction of wood, stain or paint colors. Visit an independent retailer to view displays and samples for actual colors. W. W. Wood Products, Inc. does not guarantee that all information on this site is accurate. Although every attempt is made to ensure the information on this site is kept current and accurate, specifications can change without notice.