Feather River Doors KN15012068G460, MN15012068E610, CN15013068E680, MN15013068G450, ON15012468G450, LN15012868E660, ON15012468E630, CN15012868E631, OM15012868P375, KN15012868G450 User manual

Feather River Doors KN15012068G460, MN15012068E610, CN15013068E680, MN15013068G450, ON15012468G450, LN15012868E660, ON15012468E630, CN15012868E631, OM15012868P375, KN15012868G450 User manual
Interior Door
Finishing Care
Finishing Instructions
Preparing Your New Door For Finishing
Follow instructions here on finishing your new Feather
River Interior Door. Remember to finish all six sides
and follow the appropriate instructions below based on
your desired finish type.
1.
Mask or remove any hardware (hinges,
handles, etc.). Mask glass if applicable before
painting or staining.
2.
Sand the entire surface lightly using 5/0
sandpaper (180 grit) before you apply first coat
of finish. Always sand in the direction of the
wood grain, see Figure 1.
3.
Wipe dust and sand grit from the door with
clean cloth. Avoid using abrasive or caustic
cleaners.
Figure 1
Staining/Finishing Your Wood Door
1.
Complete steps 1-3 for Preparing Your New Door For
Finishing. Apply a base coat of presealer on all six sides
of door before staining. This is especially important on
pine and maple doors.
2.
Stain door to desired color following stain
manufacturer’s instructions. Always stain in the direction
of the wood grain, see Figure 1.
3.
For best results, apply at least two clear top coats over
stain, sanding lightly between coats. Use 6/0 (220 grit)
or finer sandpaper. Make sure that stain and top coat
are compatible materials.
Note – Always follow the stain
manufacturer’s instructions.
Care and Maintenance
Painting Primed Door
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1.
Complete steps 1-3 for Preparing Your New Door For
Finishing. Although primed door does not require
sanding prior to finishing, light sanding (180 grit) will
allow for optimum adhesion of paint.
2.
Finish the door with two coats of latex, oil-base or
lacquer paint. Make sure to allow door to completely dry
between coats on all six sides of door. Always paint in
the direction of the wood grain, see Figure 1.
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Clean glass regularly or as needed
Each year try to wipe down your doors to remove
any dust or debris buildup
Finishing wear: Re-paint or top coat (stained doors)
as you notice slight fading or wear on your original
finish applied
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