Cherry-W Honey-Caramel DW
Cherry w/ Honey (W)
Glaze Color: Caramel
Glaze Method:
DW

Stain: Honey (Wiping Stain)
Wood: Cherry
Glaze Color: Caramel
Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

Wiping Stains

Wiping stains are applied by spraying the stain onto the product and immediately wiping off the excess material with a rag. This process is by far the most common finishing method in the wood industry.

Common Wood Species and Grade combinations when using this stain color:

  • Cherry – (Select/Premium Grade)
  • Cherry – No Sap – (Natural/Standard Grade)
  • Cherry – (Rustic Grade)

Photosensitive Darkening Process

It is natural for Cherry, Eucalyptus & Mahogany wood to darken over time due to the natural photosensitive darkening process. For these wood species, we recommend ordering new samples if the current date exceeds the “Ship Date” by more than 1 year.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Cherry-W Honey-Bronze DW
Cherry w/ Honey (W)
Glaze Color: Bronze
Glaze Method:
DW

Stain: Honey (Wiping Stain)
Wood: Cherry
Glaze Color: Bronze
Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

Wiping Stains

Wiping stains are applied by spraying the stain onto the product and immediately wiping off the excess material with a rag. This process is by far the most common finishing method in the wood industry.

Common Wood Species and Grade combinations when using this stain color:

  • Cherry – (Select/Premium Grade)
  • Cherry – No Sap – (Natural/Standard Grade)
  • Cherry – (Rustic Grade)

Photosensitive Darkening Process

It is natural for Cherry, Eucalyptus & Mahogany wood to darken over time due to the natural photosensitive darkening process. For these wood species, we recommend ordering new samples if the current date exceeds the “Ship Date” by more than 1 year.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Cherry-W Honey-White DW
Cherry w/ Honey (W)
Glaze Color: White
Glaze Method:
DW

Stain: Honey (Wiping Stain)
Wood: Cherry
Glaze Color: White
Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

Wiping Stains

Wiping stains are applied by spraying the stain onto the product and immediately wiping off the excess material with a rag. This process is by far the most common finishing method in the wood industry.

Common Wood Species and Grade combinations when using this stain color:

  • Cherry – (Select/Premium Grade)
  • Cherry – No Sap – (Natural/Standard Grade)
  • Cherry – (Rustic Grade)

Photosensitive Darkening Process

It is natural for Cherry, Eucalyptus & Mahogany wood to darken over time due to the natural photosensitive darkening process. For these wood species, we recommend ordering new samples if the current date exceeds the “Ship Date” by more than 1 year.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Cherry-W Honey-Platinum DW
Cherry w/ Honey (W)
Glaze Color: Platinum
Glaze Method:
DW

Stain: Honey (Wiping Stain)
Wood: Cherry
Glaze Color: Platinum
Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

Wiping Stains

Wiping stains are applied by spraying the stain onto the product and immediately wiping off the excess material with a rag. This process is by far the most common finishing method in the wood industry.

Common Wood Species and Grade combinations when using this stain color:

  • Cherry – (Select/Premium Grade)
  • Cherry – No Sap – (Natural/Standard Grade)
  • Cherry – (Rustic Grade)

Photosensitive Darkening Process

It is natural for Cherry, Eucalyptus & Mahogany wood to darken over time due to the natural photosensitive darkening process. For these wood species, we recommend ordering new samples if the current date exceeds the “Ship Date” by more than 1 year.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Cherry-W Honey-Brown DW
Cherry w/ Honey (W)
Glaze Color: Brown
Glaze Method:
DW

Stain: Honey (Wiping Stain)
Wood: Cherry
Glaze Color: Brown
Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

Wiping Stains

Wiping stains are applied by spraying the stain onto the product and immediately wiping off the excess material with a rag. This process is by far the most common finishing method in the wood industry.

Common Wood Species and Grade combinations when using this stain color:

  • Cherry – (Select/Premium Grade)
  • Cherry – No Sap – (Natural/Standard Grade)
  • Cherry – (Rustic Grade)

Photosensitive Darkening Process

It is natural for Cherry, Eucalyptus & Mahogany wood to darken over time due to the natural photosensitive darkening process. For these wood species, we recommend ordering new samples if the current date exceeds the “Ship Date” by more than 1 year.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Cherry-W Honey-Cream DW
Cherry w/ Honey (W)
Glaze Color: Cream
Glaze Method:
DW

Stain: Honey (Wiping Stain)
Wood: Cherry
Glaze Color: Cream
Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

Wiping Stains

Wiping stains are applied by spraying the stain onto the product and immediately wiping off the excess material with a rag. This process is by far the most common finishing method in the wood industry.

Common Wood Species and Grade combinations when using this stain color:

  • Cherry – (Select/Premium Grade)
  • Cherry – No Sap – (Natural/Standard Grade)
  • Cherry – (Rustic Grade)

Photosensitive Darkening Process

It is natural for Cherry, Eucalyptus & Mahogany wood to darken over time due to the natural photosensitive darkening process. For these wood species, we recommend ordering new samples if the current date exceeds the “Ship Date” by more than 1 year.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Cherry-W Honey-Black DW
Cherry w/ Honey (W)
Glaze Color: Black
Glaze Method:
DW
  • Stain: Honey (Wiping Stain)
  • Wood: Cherry
  • Glaze Color: Black
  • Glaze Method: Dry Wipe Method (DW)
  • Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

Wiping Stains

Wiping stains are applied by spraying the stain onto the product and immediately wiping off the excess material with a rag. This process is by far the most common finishing method in the wood industry.

Common Wood Species and Grade combinations when using this stain color:

  • Cherry – (Select/Premium Grade)
  • Cherry – No Sap – (Natural/Standard Grade)
  • Cherry – (Rustic Grade)

Photosensitive Darkening Process

It is natural for Cherry, Eucalyptus & Mahogany wood to darken over time due to the natural photosensitive darkening process. For these wood species, we recommend ordering new samples if the current date exceeds the “Ship Date” by more than 1 year.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Maple-Linen-White DW
Maple w/ Linen (ST)
Glaze Color: White
Glaze Method: DW
  • Color: Linen (SolidTone®)
  • Wood: Maple – Hard/Soft Mix (Paint Grade)
  • Glaze Color: White
  • Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
  • Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

SolidTone® Color

SolidTone® finishes are composed of solid color pigments mixed with topcoat. A coat of primer is applied first. After drying, the product is scuff sanded and receives a coat of solid color.

Panels that require a glue-up when made in solid wood will be manufactured in Solid MDF or Hybrid Material when ordering a SolidTone® finish. If a panel is ordered with a Rub Through option, then it will be made from Solid Wood.

Learn More

We suggest using SolidTone® colors on the following wood species:

  • Maple – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Birch – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Poplar – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Solid MDF (1 or 5-Piece)
  • View all Paint Grade Wood Species

For best results we recommend ordering Maple due to the natural characteristics of this material, the grain is less likely to show through after painting.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Maple-Linen-Platinum DW
Maple w/ Linen (ST)
Glaze Color: Platinum
Glaze Method: DW
  • Color: Linen (SolidTone®)
  • Wood: Maple – Hard/Soft Mix (Paint Grade)
  • Glaze Color: Platinum
  • Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
  • Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

SolidTone® Color

SolidTone® finishes are composed of solid color pigments mixed with topcoat. A coat of primer is applied first. After drying, the product is scuff sanded and receives a coat of solid color.

Panels that require a glue-up when made in solid wood will be manufactured in Solid MDF or Hybrid Material when ordering a SolidTone® finish. If a panel is ordered with a Rub Through option, then it will be made from Solid Wood.

Learn More

We suggest using SolidTone® colors on the following wood species:

  • Maple – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Birch – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Poplar – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Solid MDF (1 or 5-Piece)
  • View all Paint Grade Wood Species

For best results we recommend ordering Maple due to the natural characteristics of this material, the grain is less likely to show through after painting.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Maple-Linen-Brown DW
Maple w/ Linen (ST)
Glaze Color: Brown
Glaze Method: DW
  • Color: Linen (SolidTone®)
  • Wood: Maple – Hard/Soft Mix (Paint Grade)
  • Glaze Color: Brown
  • Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
  • Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

SolidTone® Color

SolidTone® finishes are composed of solid color pigments mixed with topcoat. A coat of primer is applied first. After drying, the product is scuff sanded and receives a coat of solid color.

Panels that require a glue-up when made in solid wood will be manufactured in Solid MDF or Hybrid Material when ordering a SolidTone® finish. If a panel is ordered with a Rub Through option, then it will be made from Solid Wood.

Learn More

We suggest using SolidTone® colors on the following wood species:

  • Maple – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Birch – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Poplar – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Solid MDF (1 or 5-Piece)
  • View all Paint Grade Wood Species

For best results we recommend ordering Maple due to the natural characteristics of this material, the grain is less likely to show through after painting.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Maple-Linen-Cream DW
Maple w/ Linen (ST)
Glaze Color: Cream
Glaze Method: DW
  • Color: Linen (SolidTone®)
  • Wood: Maple – Hard/Soft Mix (Paint Grade)
  • Glaze Color: Cream
  • Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
  • Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

SolidTone® Color

SolidTone® finishes are composed of solid color pigments mixed with topcoat. A coat of primer is applied first. After drying, the product is scuff sanded and receives a coat of solid color.

Panels that require a glue-up when made in solid wood will be manufactured in Solid MDF or Hybrid Material when ordering a SolidTone® finish. If a panel is ordered with a Rub Through option, then it will be made from Solid Wood.

Learn More

We suggest using SolidTone® colors on the following wood species:

  • Maple – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Birch – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Poplar – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Solid MDF (1 or 5-Piece)
  • View all Paint Grade Wood Species

For best results we recommend ordering Maple due to the natural characteristics of this material, the grain is less likely to show through after painting.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Maple-Linen-Caramel DW
Maple w/ Linen (ST)
Glaze Color: Caramel
Glaze Method: DW
  • Color: Linen (SolidTone®)
  • Wood: Maple – Hard/Soft Mix (Paint Grade)
  • Glaze Color: Caramel
  • Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
  • Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

SolidTone® Color

SolidTone® finishes are composed of solid color pigments mixed with topcoat. A coat of primer is applied first. After drying, the product is scuff sanded and receives a coat of solid color.

Panels that require a glue-up when made in solid wood will be manufactured in Solid MDF or Hybrid Material when ordering a SolidTone® finish. If a panel is ordered with a Rub Through option, then it will be made from Solid Wood.

Learn More

We suggest using SolidTone® colors on the following wood species:

  • Maple – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Birch – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Poplar – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Solid MDF (1 or 5-Piece)
  • View all Paint Grade Wood Species

For best results we recommend ordering Maple due to the natural characteristics of this material, the grain is less likely to show through after painting.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Maple-Linen-Brown DW
Maple w/ Linen (ST)
Glaze Color: Bronze
Glaze Method: DW
  • Color: Linen (SolidTone®)
  • Wood: Maple – Hard/Soft Mix (Paint Grade)
  • Glaze Color: Bronze
  • Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
  • Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

SolidTone® Color

SolidTone® finishes are composed of solid color pigments mixed with topcoat. A coat of primer is applied first. After drying, the product is scuff sanded and receives a coat of solid color.

Panels that require a glue-up when made in solid wood will be manufactured in Solid MDF or Hybrid Material when ordering a SolidTone® finish. If a panel is ordered with a Rub Through option, then it will be made from Solid Wood.

Learn More

We suggest using SolidTone® colors on the following wood species:

  • Maple – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Birch – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Poplar – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Solid MDF (1 or 5-Piece)
  • View all Paint Grade Wood Species

For best results we recommend ordering Maple due to the natural characteristics of this material, the grain is less likely to show through after painting.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Maple-Linen-Black DW
Maple w/ Linen (ST)
Glaze Color: Black
Glaze Method: DW
  • Color: Linen (SolidTone®)
  • Wood: Maple – Hard/Soft Mix (Paint Grade)
  • Glaze Color: Black
  • Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
  • Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

SolidTone® Color

SolidTone® finishes are composed of solid color pigments mixed with topcoat. A coat of primer is applied first. After drying, the product is scuff sanded and receives a coat of solid color.

Panels that require a glue-up when made in solid wood will be manufactured in Solid MDF or Hybrid Material when ordering a SolidTone® finish. If a panel is ordered with a Rub Through option, then it will be made from Solid Wood.

Learn More

We suggest using SolidTone® colors on the following wood species:

  • Maple – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Birch – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Poplar – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Solid MDF (1 or 5-Piece)
  • View all Paint Grade Wood Species

For best results we recommend ordering Maple due to the natural characteristics of this material, the grain is less likely to show through after painting.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Maple - Linen ST - Gray SSBL
Maple w/ Linen (ST)
Glaze Color: Gray
Glaze Method: SSBM
  • Color: Linen (SolidTone®)
  • Wood: Maple – Hard/Soft Mix (Paint Grade)
  • Glaze Color: Gray
  • Glaze Method: Simulated Stiff Straight Brush (SSBM)

Simulated Stiff Straight Brush Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply the glaze to the edge, face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a dry cotton cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity before wiping with a rag soaked with mineral spirits, to achieve the desired look. Wiping with the grain will leave simulated “stiff straight brush” lines in the product.

This method will alter the appearance of the original stain and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it becomes necessary to apply glaze to all refacing or sheet stock, moldings and accent components. The glaze used for this method is unique to this process and is only available on the SolidTone® colors with an * behind them on page R2-1 of our Product Specifications Catalog. Coffee and Gray Glaze colors work best.


*This option is only available with light SolidTone® colors. Coffee and Gray Glaze colors work best.

SolidTone® Color

SolidTone® finishes are composed of solid color pigments mixed with topcoat. A coat of primer is applied first. After drying, the product is scuff sanded and receives a coat of solid color.

Panels that require a glue-up when made in solid wood will be manufactured in Solid MDF or Hybrid Material when ordering a SolidTone® finish. If a panel is ordered with a Rub Through option, then it will be made from Solid Wood.

Learn More

We suggest using SolidTone® colors on the following wood species:

  • Maple – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Birch – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Poplar – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Solid MDF (1 or 5-Piece)
  • View all Paint Grade Wood Species

For best results we recommend ordering Maple due to the natural characteristics of this material, the grain is less likely to show through after painting.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Maple - Linen ST - Coffee SSBL
Maple w/ Linen (ST)
Glaze Color: Coffee
Glaze Method: SSBM
  • Color: Linen (SolidTone®)
  • Wood: Maple – Hard/Soft Mix (Paint Grade)
  • Glaze Color: Coffee
  • Glaze Method: Simulated Stiff Straight Brush (SSBM)

Simulated Stiff Straight Brush Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply the glaze to the edge, face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a dry cotton cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity before wiping with a rag soaked with mineral spirits, to achieve the desired look. Wiping with the grain will leave simulated “stiff straight brush” lines in the product.

This method will alter the appearance of the original stain and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it becomes necessary to apply glaze to all refacing or sheet stock, moldings and accent components. The glaze used for this method is unique to this process and is only available on the SolidTone® colors with an * behind them on page R2-1 of our Product Specifications Catalog. Coffee and Gray Glaze colors work best.


*This option is only available with light SolidTone® colors. Coffee and Gray Glaze colors work best.

SolidTone® Color

SolidTone® finishes are composed of solid color pigments mixed with topcoat. A coat of primer is applied first. After drying, the product is scuff sanded and receives a coat of solid color.

Panels that require a glue-up when made in solid wood will be manufactured in Solid MDF or Hybrid Material when ordering a SolidTone® finish. If a panel is ordered with a Rub Through option, then it will be made from Solid Wood.

Learn More

We suggest using SolidTone® colors on the following wood species:

  • Maple – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Birch – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Poplar – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Solid MDF (1 or 5-Piece)
  • View all Paint Grade Wood Species

For best results we recommend ordering Maple due to the natural characteristics of this material, the grain is less likely to show through after painting.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Cherry - Honey W - Gray DW
Cherry w/ Honey (W)
Glaze Color: Gray
Glaze Method:
DW

Stain: Honey (Wiping Stain)
Wood: Cherry
Glaze Color: Gray
Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

Wiping Stains

Wiping stains are applied by spraying the stain onto the product and immediately wiping off the excess material with a rag. This process is by far the most common finishing method in the wood industry.

Common Wood Species and Grade combinations when using this stain color:

  • Cherry – (Select/Premium Grade)
  • Cherry – No Sap – (Natural/Standard Grade)
  • Cherry – (Rustic Grade)

Photosensitive Darkening Process

It is natural for Cherry, Eucalyptus & Mahogany wood to darken over time due to the natural photosensitive darkening process. For these wood species, we recommend ordering new samples if the current date exceeds the “Ship Date” by more than 1 year.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Cherry - Honey W - Eggplant DW
Cherry w/ Honey (W)
Glaze Color: Eggplant
Glaze Method:
DW

Stain: Honey (Wiping Stain)
Wood: Cherry
Glaze Color: Eggplant
Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

Wiping Stains

Wiping stains are applied by spraying the stain onto the product and immediately wiping off the excess material with a rag. This process is by far the most common finishing method in the wood industry.

Common Wood Species and Grade combinations when using this stain color:

  • Cherry – (Select/Premium Grade)
  • Cherry – No Sap – (Natural/Standard Grade)
  • Cherry – (Rustic Grade)

Photosensitive Darkening Process

It is natural for Cherry, Eucalyptus & Mahogany wood to darken over time due to the natural photosensitive darkening process. For these wood species, we recommend ordering new samples if the current date exceeds the “Ship Date” by more than 1 year.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Cherry - Honey W - Coffee DW
Cherry w/ Honey (W)
Glaze Color: Coffee
Glaze Method:
DW

Stain: Honey (Wiping Stain)
Wood: Cherry
Glaze Color: Coffee
Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

Wiping Stains

Wiping stains are applied by spraying the stain onto the product and immediately wiping off the excess material with a rag. This process is by far the most common finishing method in the wood industry.

Common Wood Species and Grade combinations when using this stain color:

  • Cherry – (Select/Premium Grade)
  • Cherry – No Sap – (Natural/Standard Grade)
  • Cherry – (Rustic Grade)

Photosensitive Darkening Process

It is natural for Cherry, Eucalyptus & Mahogany wood to darken over time due to the natural photosensitive darkening process. For these wood species, we recommend ordering new samples if the current date exceeds the “Ship Date” by more than 1 year.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Maple - Linen ST - Gray DW
Maple w/ Linen (ST)
Glaze Color: Gray
Glaze Method: DW
  • Color: Linen (SolidTone®)
  • Wood: Maple – Hard/Soft Mix (Paint Grade)
  • Glaze Color: Gray
  • Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
  • Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

SolidTone® Color

SolidTone® finishes are composed of solid color pigments mixed with topcoat. A coat of primer is applied first. After drying, the product is scuff sanded and receives a coat of solid color.

Panels that require a glue-up when made in solid wood will be manufactured in Solid MDF or Hybrid Material when ordering a SolidTone® finish. If a panel is ordered with a Rub Through option, then it will be made from Solid Wood.

Learn More

We suggest using SolidTone® colors on the following wood species:

  • Maple – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Birch – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Poplar – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Solid MDF (1 or 5-Piece)
  • View all Paint Grade Wood Species

For best results we recommend ordering Maple due to the natural characteristics of this material, the grain is less likely to show through after painting.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Maple - Linen ST - Eggplant DW
Maple w/ Linen (ST)
Glaze Color: Eggplant
Glaze Method: DW
  • Color: Linen (SolidTone®)
  • Wood: Maple – Hard/Soft Mix (Paint Grade)
  • Glaze Color: Eggplant
  • Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
  • Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

SolidTone® Color

SolidTone® finishes are composed of solid color pigments mixed with topcoat. A coat of primer is applied first. After drying, the product is scuff sanded and receives a coat of solid color.

Panels that require a glue-up when made in solid wood will be manufactured in Solid MDF or Hybrid Material when ordering a SolidTone® finish. If a panel is ordered with a Rub Through option, then it will be made from Solid Wood.

Learn More

We suggest using SolidTone® colors on the following wood species:

  • Maple – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Birch – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Poplar – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Solid MDF (1 or 5-Piece)
  • View all Paint Grade Wood Species

For best results we recommend ordering Maple due to the natural characteristics of this material, the grain is less likely to show through after painting.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Maple - Linen ST - Coffee DW
Maple w/ Linen (ST)
Glaze Color: Coffee
Glaze Method: DW
  • Color: Linen (SolidTone®)
  • Wood: Maple – Hard/Soft Mix (Paint Grade)
  • Glaze Color: Coffee
  • Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
  • Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.

*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

SolidTone® Color

SolidTone® finishes are composed of solid color pigments mixed with topcoat. A coat of primer is applied first. After drying, the product is scuff sanded and receives a coat of solid color.

Panels that require a glue-up when made in solid wood will be manufactured in Solid MDF or Hybrid Material when ordering a SolidTone® finish. If a panel is ordered with a Rub Through option, then it will be made from Solid Wood.

Learn More

We suggest using SolidTone® colors on the following wood species:

  • Maple – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Birch – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Poplar – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Solid MDF (1 or 5-Piece)
  • View all Paint Grade Wood Species

For best results we recommend ordering Maple due to the natural characteristics of this material, the grain is less likely to show through after painting.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Maple - Natural - Feathered
Maple w/ Natural (Clear)
Glaze Color: Chocolate Glaze Method: FM
  • Stain: Natural / Clear Coat (no stain)
  • Wood: Maple – Hard
  • Glaze Color: Chocolate
  • Glaze Method: Feathered Method (FM)

Feathered Glaze

This method utilizes a fan brush to apply glaze to the edge and face, focusing heavily on the profiled areas. The excess glaze is removed from the fan brush with a dry cotton cloth before application to the product. This method of application involves lightly moving the brush back and forth in a quick manner, so that the glaze is applied primarily to the higher areas of the profile. Several passes are necessary to achieve the look of this method.

This method will alter the appearance of the original stain and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it becomes necessary to apply glaze to all refacing or sheet stock, moldings and accent components. Rub Through options are not available in conjunction with the Feathered Glaze Method. The glaze used for this method is unique to this process. This option is only available with Chocolate Glaze.


This option is only available with Chocolate Glaze.

Natural / Clear Coat (no stain)

Catalyzed Conversion Varnish is the base of our Natural (clear coat). Conversion varnishes produce high quality, abrasion resistant finishes. Conversion varnishes are also fast drying, they contain self sealers and they have excellent non-yellowing properties. WalzCraft Sealers and Topcoats are applied on a flat line finishing system which distributes a perfectly even amount of material throughout each product.

Although a Natural / Clear Coat (no stain) is technically not a stain color, the application of just this clear finish will change the color and appearance of most solid wood and veneer. On certain species the color change can be very noticeable. Because of this, WalzCraft strongly recommends that final decisions regarding the selection of a wood species should always be made with finished samples, even if the finish is only a Natural / Clear Coat (no stain).

Common Wood Species and Grade combinations when using a natural (no stain finish):

  • Maple – Hard (Select/Premium Grade)
  • Maple – Hard – Bird’s Eye (Select/Premium Grade)
  • Maple – Hard – Straight Grain (Select/Premium Grade)

    Color Samples

    This is an In-Stock Color Block and is available for purchase as an Individual Color Block or as part of a Color Block Set.

  • Glaze Color Block Set

Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Maple-Hard - Tan - Graphite - Dusted Method Solvent Wiped
Maple w/ Tan (ST)
Glaze Color: Graphite Glaze Method: DMSW
  • Color: Tan (SolidTone®)
  • Wood: Maple – Hard/Soft Mix (Paint Grade)
  • Glaze Color: Graphite
  • Glaze Method: Dusted Method Solvent Wiped (DMSW)

Dusted Glaze

There are two options for achieving a desired look with Dusted glaze. The first option, “Dusted” Method Solvent Wiped (DMSW), utilizes a spray gun to lightly apply glaze to the edge and face, focusing on the profiled areas. The glaze is allowed to set a short time before wiping with a clean, dry cloth dampened with mineral spirits. The glaze used for this method is unique to this process and is only available on the SolidTone® colors with an * behind them on page R2-1 of our Product Specifications Catalog. This option is only available with Graphite or Sand Dust Glaze.

The second option, “Dusted” Method Dry Wiped (DMDW), also utilizes a spray gun to lightly apply glaze to the edge and face, focusing on the profiled areas. The glaze is allowed to set a short time before it is wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level. The glaze used for this method is unique to this process and is only available on the SolidTone® colors with an * behind them on page R2-1 of our Product Specifications Catalog. This option is only available with Sand Dust Glaze.

Both methods will alter the appearance of the original SolidTone® color and cause a variation between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it becomes necessary to apply glaze to all refacing or sheet stock, moldings and accent components.


SolidTone® Color

SolidTone® finishes are composed of solid color pigments mixed with topcoat. A coat of primer is applied first. After drying, the product is scuff sanded and receives a coat of solid color.

Panels that require a glue-up when made in solid wood will be manufactured in Solid MDF or Hybrid Material when ordering a SolidTone® finish. If a panel is ordered with a Rub Through option, then it will be made from Solid Wood.

Learn More

We suggest using SolidTone® colors on the following wood species:

  • Maple – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Birch – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Poplar – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Solid MDF (1 or 5-Piece)
  • View all Paint Grade Wood Species

For best results we recommend ordering Maple due to the natural characteristics of this material, the grain is less likely to show through after painting.

    Color Samples

    This is an In-Stock Color Block and is available for purchase as an Individual Color Block or as part of a Color Block Set.

  • Glaze Color Block Set

Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Red Oak w/ MBW (W)
Glaze Color: Brown
Glaze Method: FP

Stain: Medium Brown Walnut (Wiping Stain)
Wood: Red Oak
Glaze Color: Brown
Glaze Method: Flow Pen Method (FM)
Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Flow Pen Glaze

The “Flow Pen” method utilizes a flow pen to apply glaze to the detail in profiled areas only, such as a lip or crevice. It is not necessary to apply glaze to sheet stock, unless your sheet stock has center panel face routing.

Not all profile and molding options are compatible with this glazing method. Moldings will only be glazed if there is an area for the glaze to rest. We will attempt to apply glaze to Accent Components to match the Flow Pen application as close as possible. Please note that it is not always possible to apply Flow Pen Glaze to every detail within a heavily profiled Accent Component. For the most consistent look across an entire order, we recommend using the “Dry Wiped” or “Solvent Wiped” glazing method on all products when ordering Accent Components. Flow pen is not an option for lattice products.

Rustic Grades and products with Simulated Distressing or Renaissance Distressing will not have “Flow Pen” glaze added to any of the natural and simulated defects associated with these products. Our Flow Pen Glazing Application Drawings will show you where glaze is applied to each profile.


*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

Wiping Stains

Wiping stains are applied by spraying the stain onto the product and immediately wiping off the excess material with a rag. This process is by far the most common finishing method in the wood industry.

Common Wood Species and Grade combinations when using this stain color:

  • Oak – Red (Select/Premium Grade)
  • Oak – Red (Natural/Standard Grade)
  • Oak – Red (Rustic Grade)

Color Samples

WalzCraft does not stock color block samples in this particular wood species and stain combination. However, you may order an individual Wood Species Sample / Non-Inventory Color Block.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Maple w/ Dark Honey (SNW)
Glaze Color: Black
Glaze Method: FP

Stain: Dark Honey (Spray No Wipe Stain)
Wood: Maple – Hard
Glaze Color: Black
Glaze Method: Flow Pen Method (FM)
Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Flow Pen Glaze

The “Flow Pen” method utilizes a flow pen to apply glaze to the detail in profiled areas only, such as a lip or crevice. It is not necessary to apply glaze to sheet stock, unless your sheet stock has center panel face routing.

Not all profile and molding options are compatible with this glazing method. Moldings will only be glazed if there is an area for the glaze to rest. We will attempt to apply glaze to Accent Components to match the Flow Pen application as close as possible. Please note that it is not always possible to apply Flow Pen Glaze to every detail within a heavily profiled Accent Component. For the most consistent look across an entire order, we recommend using the “Dry Wiped” or “Solvent Wiped” glazing method on all products when ordering Accent Components. Flow pen is not an option for lattice products.

Rustic Grades and products with Simulated Distressing or Renaissance Distressing will not have “Flow Pen” glaze added to any of the natural and simulated defects associated with these products. Our Flow Pen Glazing Application Drawings will show you where glaze is applied to each profile.


*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

Spray No Wipe Stain

Spray No Wipe stains are applied by spraying the material onto the product and allowing it to dry. There is no wiping of the door to remove excess material.

Common Wood Species and Grade combinations when using this stain color:

  • Maple – Hard (Select/Premium Grade)
  • Maple – Hard (Natural/Standard Grade)
  • Maple – Hard (Rustic Grade)

Color Samples

WalzCraft does not stock color block samples in this particular wood species and stain combination. However, you may order an individual Wood Species Sample / Non-Inventory Color Block.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Cherry w/ Cinnamon (W)
Glaze Color: Black
Glaze Method: FP
  • Stain: Cinnamon (Wiping Stain)
  • Wood: Cherry
  • Glaze Color: Black
  • Glaze Method: Flow Pen Method (FP)
  • Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Flow Pen Glaze

The “Flow Pen” method utilizes a flow pen to apply glaze to the detail in profiled areas only, such as a lip or crevice. It is not necessary to apply glaze to sheet stock, unless your sheet stock has center panel face routing.

Not all profile and molding options are compatible with this glazing method. Moldings will only be glazed if there is an area for the glaze to rest. We will attempt to apply glaze to Accent Components to match the Flow Pen application as close as possible. Please note that it is not always possible to apply Flow Pen Glaze to every detail within a heavily profiled Accent Component. For the most consistent look across an entire order, we recommend using the “Dry Wiped” or “Solvent Wiped” glazing method on all products when ordering Accent Components. Flow pen is not an option for lattice products.

Rustic Grades and products with Simulated Distressing or Renaissance Distressing will not have “Flow Pen” glaze added to any of the natural and simulated defects associated with these products. Our Flow Pen Glazing Application Drawings will show you where glaze is applied to each profile.


*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

Wiping Stains

Wiping stains are applied by spraying the stain onto the product and immediately wiping off the excess material with a rag. This process is by far the most common finishing method in the wood industry.

Common Wood Species and Grade combinations when using this stain color:

  • Cherry – (Natural/Standard Grade)
  • Cherry – (Rustic Grade)
  • Cherry – (Ultra Rustic Grade)

    Color Samples

    This is an In-Stock Color Block and is available for purchase as an Individual Color Block or as part of a Color Block Set.

  • Glaze Color Block Set

Photosensitive Darkening Process

It is natural for Cherry, Eucalyptus & Mahogany wood to darken over time due to the natural photosensitive darkening process. For these wood species, we recommend ordering new samples if the current date exceeds the “Ship Date” by more than 1 year.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Maple w/ Saffron (ST)
Glaze Color: Sand Dust
Glaze Method: DMSW
  • Color: Saffron (SolidTone®)
  • Wood: Maple – Hard/Soft Mix (Paint Grade)
  • Glaze Color: Sand Dust
  • Glaze Method: Dusted Method Solvent Wiped (DMSW)

Dusted Glaze

There are two options for achieving a desired look with Dusted glaze. The first option, “Dusted” Method Solvent Wiped (DMSW), utilizes a spray gun to lightly apply glaze to the edge and face, focusing on the profiled areas. The glaze is allowed to set a short time before wiping with a clean, dry cloth dampened with mineral spirits. The glaze used for this method is unique to this process and is only available on the SolidTone® colors with an * behind them on page R2-1 of our Product Specifications Catalog. This option is only available with Graphite or Sand Dust Glaze.

The second option, “Dusted” Method Dry Wiped (DMDW), also utilizes a spray gun to lightly apply glaze to the edge and face, focusing on the profiled areas. The glaze is allowed to set a short time before it is wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level. The glaze used for this method is unique to this process and is only available on the SolidTone® colors with an * behind them on page R2-1 of our Product Specifications Catalog. This option is only available with Sand Dust Glaze.

Both methods will alter the appearance of the original SolidTone® color and cause a variation between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it becomes necessary to apply glaze to all refacing or sheet stock, moldings and accent components.


SolidTone® Color

SolidTone® finishes are composed of solid color pigments mixed with topcoat. A coat of primer is applied first. After drying, the product is scuff sanded and receives a coat of solid color.

Panels that require a glue-up when made in solid wood will be manufactured in Solid MDF or Hybrid Material when ordering a SolidTone® finish. If a panel is ordered with a Rub Through option, then it will be made from Solid Wood.

Learn More

We suggest using SolidTone® colors on the following wood species:

  • Maple – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Birch – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Poplar – Paint (Solid MDF Center Panel)
  • Solid MDF (1 or 5-Piece)
  • View all Paint Grade Wood Species

For best results we recommend ordering Maple due to the natural characteristics of this material, the grain is less likely to show through after painting.

    Color Samples

    This is an In-Stock Color Block and is available for purchase as an Individual Color Block or as part of a Color Block Set.

  • Glaze Color Block Set

Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Cherry w/ MBW (W)
Glaze Color: Brown
Glaze Method: DW
  • Stain: Medium Brown Walnut (Wiping Stain)
  • Wood: Cherry
  • Glaze Color: Brown
  • Glaze Method: Dry Wiped Method (DW)
  • Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Dry Wiped Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas.

This method will alter the appearance of the original color and wood species combination and causes the color to vary between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it also becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.


*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

Wiping Stains

Wiping stains are applied by spraying the stain onto the product and immediately wiping off the excess material with a rag. This process is by far the most common finishing method in the wood industry.

Common Wood Species and Grade combinations when using this stain color:

  • Cherry – (Select/Premium Grade)
  • Cherry – (Natural/Standard Grade)
  • Cherry – (Rustic Grade)

    Color Samples

    This is an In-Stock Color Block and is available for purchase as an Individual Color Block or as part of a Color Block Set.

  • Glaze Color Block Set

Photosensitive Darkening Process

It is natural for Cherry, Eucalyptus & Mahogany wood to darken over time due to the natural photosensitive darkening process. For these wood species, we recommend ordering new samples if the current date exceeds the “Ship Date” by more than 1 year.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.

Cherry w/ Nutmeg (W)
Glaze Color: Brown
Glaze Method: SW
  • Stain: Nutmeg (Wiping Stain)
  • Wood: Cherry
  • Glaze Color: Brown
  • Glaze Method: Solvent Wiped Method (SW)
  • Glaze Intensity: Light (LG)

Solvent Wiped Glaze Glaze

This method utilizes either a brush, rag or spray gun to apply glaze to the entire face and profiled areas of the product. The glaze is then wiped away with a clean, dry cloth, leaving the glaze build up at the desired level of intensity before wiping with a rag soaked with mineral spirits, to achieve the desired look. Using a flow pen, glaze is then applied to the crevices, corners and profiled areas. This method will result in a cleaner appearance than a “Dry Wiped” glaze.

Due to this process, he original color and wood species combination, will vary slightly between the front and back side of the product. Due to the glazing effect, it becomes necessary to apply glaze to all sheet stock, moldings and accent components.


*You must select either “Light” or “Heavy” intensity. The difference is the amount of glaze build-up left in the corners on the center panel.

Wiping Stains

Wiping stains are applied by spraying the stain onto the product and immediately wiping off the excess material with a rag. This process is by far the most common finishing method in the wood industry.

Common Wood Species and Grade combinations when using this stain color:

  • Cherry – (Select/Premium Grade)
  • Cherry – (Natural/Standard Grade)
  • Cherry – (Rustic Grade)

    Color Samples

    This is an In-Stock Color Block and is available for purchase as an Individual Color Block or as part of a Color Block Set.

  • Glaze Color Block Set

Photosensitive Darkening Process

It is natural for Cherry, Eucalyptus & Mahogany wood to darken over time due to the natural photosensitive darkening process. For these wood species, we recommend ordering new samples if the current date exceeds the “Ship Date” by more than 1 year.


Disclaimer for Color

Actual product color and detail may vary due to individual computer preferences and monitor settings. We highly recommend ordering an actual product sample of the species and stain color to eliminate any confusion.

Please contact our Customer Support Team to place your order.