Refinement, beauty and sturdiness are what makes lacquer unique in its features. It’s a mirror-like material performable with different degrees of thickness, curves and ornamentation. It can be performed seamlessly and with no gaps, enabling the manufacture of luxurious products such as piano. It’s easily cleaned and resistant to moist and water, a feature that is important for kitchen cabinets.
Its seamless, gapless execution is due to the fact that no veneer is attached on the base, rather dye is sprayed on the job and then polished with sandpaper. This process repeats for 7 turns to produce a flat, straight and glossy surface.
lacquer material is popular for modern cabinets, which is due to UV resistance in addition to beautiful appearance.