If the photos of the butcher block countertop above look at all familiar, there’s a very good reason for that.
You’ve seen them before!
We put these transformation photos on all of our social channels a few weeks ago, hoping to show how quality craftsmanship can restore surfaces that seem far gone. There can be a lot of potential hiding under those dings, gouges, marks, and splatters.
The photos were a big hit, and as a result we received a couple of questions about the process used to bring this counter back to the land of the living (and stylish). So, we thought it was high time we share a more behind-the-scenes look at the work that was done.
Well, we have a secret ingredient for success that you won’t have around your home: a true craftsman named Marty. We would like to give him credit for his wonderful work here!
When he arrived on the scene, he said that the butcher block could be described as “very dry with many stains and scratches.” So, he started the following process:
As you can see from the photos, the cabinet color also changed. They were originally a red lacquer, but we changed them to a blue acrylic paint offered by PPG.
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