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dover white wood sample WOOD SAMPLE- dover white SW6385

The Dover White is more of an off-white than the Pure White paint color also available. Dover White has more of a cream color and is a bit warmer than Pure White.

This is a 3" x 5" x 3/4" thick plywood core sample with a paint grade veneer sprayed with paint. The face of the sample will be sprayed with our conversion varnish based paint and primer. We use a conversion varnish based paint with two coats of primer, and two coats of paint. This process creates the ultimate quality paint job in regards to smoothness, durability, chip resistance, and stain resistance. Order a sample today to feel the quality first hand.

Our Dover White paint will be very close in color to a Sherwin Williams color called "Dover White (SW6385)". We do not use a actual Sherwin Williams paints, but we do use their color codes for your convenience. For matching to our paint color, please order a physical sample here, then take this sample to your local paint store and have them match to our color and sheen as closely as possible. This will ensure an exact color match for painting additional items on your project.

Wood samples are great for helping to make a decision on the wood type you will be using for your project. Use this sample to get a feel for the wood species prior to ordering your cabinets!

Retail Price: $6.00
Sale Price + Options: $3.00
   
 
Using a Dover White conversion varnish based paint with a satin sheen, we are able to add superior durability and longevity to our already high-end line of cabinet doors. Unlike pigmented laquer paint that tends to gum up and flake off when exposed to water, our conversion varnish based paint will hold up much better to moisture and direct water exposure. In addition, varnish will resist yellowing over time whereas lacquer will not.

Conversion Varnish painted finish will consist of multiple steps to ensure a smooth and quality finish.
1. First coat of primer applied
2. Hand sand with 180 grit sand paper to smooth surface
3. Second coat of primer applied
4. Hand sand with 220 grit sand paper to smooth surface
5. Application of first coat of Conversion Varnish paint
6. Heated drying time of 12 hours
6. Application of second coat of Conversion Varnish paint
7. Doors are then placed in a heated drying booth for 24 hours to allow the paint to harden and cure before packaging