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Lacquered

The lacquered door is made of a painted MDF panel (US EPA TSCA Title VI). The lacquering can be glossy or opaque (the unit of measurement for shininess is expressed in units of "gloss"). There are different categories of lacquering: the differences are substantially attributable to the thinner used for the application of base resins and the paint's hardening method. This process allows all parts of the door to be painted.

Where to find them

  • Doorss
  • Shelvess
  • Open unitss
  • Chairs and stoolss
  • Tabless

Technical data

Doors painted with covering products are said to be lacquered: they stand out for their precious character and aesthetic impact. The lacquering of MDF panels can be glossy or opaque (the unit of measurement for shininess is expressed in units of "gloss"). There are different categories of lacquering: the differences are substantially attributable to the thinner used for the application of base resins and the paint's hardening method. In general, all types of paints are produced with the same resins or, in any case, with very similar resins (generally acrylic or polyurethane). The drying process following the application of the paints causes the evaporation of the liquid substances and the consequent hardening of the resins. For end users there is not much difference visually: what they are buying is essentially a piece of furniture covered with a resin, the liquid components used for the mixing of the paints are gone, the drying process has stabilised the final product over which a protective film is applied to guarantee safety.

The lacquered doors allow a great variability of colours and special effects/textures. In some cases it is even possible to use lacquers based on RAL colours, but these require specific care and attention to avoid scratches, stains, scaling and discolourations.

Maintenance

Lacquered doors require few yet fundamental rules of use and maintenance. Normal cleaning must be done with a soft, slightly dampened microfibre cloth. For stains, a mild liquid detergent can be added to the damp cloth, for example a glass cleaning product. To remove any traces of humidity and streaks, wipe the doors with a dry microfibre cloth. Do not use abrasive products (creams and powders) or those containing aggressive substances like alcohol, acetone, trichlorethylene, bleach, ammonia and their derivatives. Also avoid the use of rough cleaning materials, e.g. abrasive sponges or scouring pads, which would irreparably scratch the doors. The glossy and matt lacquered surfaces must not be excessively cleaned. In fact, excessive rubbing can compromise the uniformity of the coating (the matt finish can become polished, while the shiny surfaces may lose their flatness and take on the look of an orange peel). In any case, stains must be promptly removed and not allowed to dry, and the same goes for water and humidity. In this regard, maximum attention must be paid to staining substances like coffee, red wine, ink, etc. (in particular on light colours): "the natural or artificial dyes contained in these products can sometimes 'migrate' deeply into the lacquer, forming an indelible stain or streak" (Franco Bulian, deputy director Catas - Ambiente Cucina). Direct and prolonged exposure to sunlight should be avoided or reduced and managed (e.g. with the use of curtains). Attention also to collisions and contact with sharp and cutting objects: the paint film covering the lacquered panels could be damaged. Small scrapes can be retouched. With a small brush apply just the right amount of paint to cover the damaged area. A touch-up bottle can be ordered from an authorised dealer.

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