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The 'white' cabinet/case part is stained if applicable then sealed prior to the multiple applications of polyester.
Multiple applications of polyester ensure a thick and even build up of the medium.
Once the polyester has rested and hardened the lengthy cutting back process can begin. Working through all grades of sandpaper between 180 grit down to 1200 grit the polyester is cut back to ensure a level surface on all case parts.
A range of specialist sanding and buffing tools are required to bring the perfect finish to all piano case parts.
Only once our polishing technicians are completely satisfied with the preparation work, buffing up begins to bring up the high gloss finish.
Both hand and machine buffing tools are required to bring the perfect finish to all piano case parts.
The cabinet/part is checked to meet the completion requirements of every customer and then packed ready for dispatch.
Bespoke 'fly finishing' - parts fitted, all cloth, felt and leather found on case parts is replaced, all brass work is cleaned, buffed and lacquered.
A very wide range of specialist colours can be sealed within polyester finishing. Contact us to discuss your individual requirements.
Phoenix Grand PianoThe Pheonix was a water damaged Bechstein Model A. The entire case was re-designed and veneered in Figured Sycamore and American Walnut inspired by the designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and finished in polyester. Internally the entire piano was re-manufactured. This unique piano now resides in France.
Barry Caradine Piano Specialist
Bull Lane Ind Est, Acton, Sudbury
Suffolk CO10 0BD East Anglia
+44 (0) 1787 312231