This walnut worktop sanding project provided great reward. Walnut is a highly appealing alternative for wooden worktops. There are different types of walnut, and we are happy to discuss all options available to you. With regular treatment, real wood worktops will last for many years. Advice needs to be tailored based on what type of finish you have on your walnut worktop. As ever, we are able to offer individual advice based on the finish, usage and other dictating elements.
What are some concerns about walnut worktops?
Some people wonder if wooden worktops are hygienic. Wood is a naturally hygienic surface and has antibacterial properties. It is important, however, that you are confident in how to best look after your worktop.
Walnut worktops are really durable. One huge benefit of this type of work surface is the fact that knife marks, scratches and imperfections are much more easily fixed. With adequate protection of your wood worktops, you will have a really multifunctional and attractive worktop.
Walnut Worktop Sanding
This project took us to Dickens Heath in Solihull. As ever we started by projecting all of the surrounding units and surrounding areas with masking tape and sheeting. Although our clients had generally cared for their work surfaces as best, they could, they still had areas of wear. Through the sanding process, all of these imperfections are erased.
A lot of damage is often around the sink area. Why is this? This is likely because there is more water damage and use. This process erases years of damage and offers a fresh and beautiful appearance. Your chosen wood finish is what protects the surface.
The colouration and tones of the walnut were incredible on completion. If you would like to find out more about our worktop sanding and restoration services, please do get in touch. This process is incredibly versatile, and we are extremely passionate about delivering on the highest-possible finishes for each of our clients. Call today on 07716 212907.