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Wood Polishing Services | Noida, Delhi, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad

Polishing Services in Noida. Book Best Polishing Service in Noida at CityVendors Services. We serve all areas in Noida and Providing Polishing Services Like Melamine, PU-Thinner, PU-Water, Emporium, Duco, MRF Polishing, Polycote, and Teak Wood Polishing in Noida.

Types of Wood Polish

1. Sheenlac Wood polish

Sheenlac wood polish is Generally preferable for the repolish doors, customers who are looking for Polish in Budget, Sheen lac wood polish with touchwood is recommended

2. PU polish

PU polish is Waterproofing and High-quality polish from Asian paints, PU polish is available for both interior and exterior surfaces.

3. Melamine polish

Melamine polish is a fine quality polish from Asian paints, Recommended for All types of woods, It is also available for both interior and exterior surfaces.

4. Veneer polish

Both PU and Melamine polish are applicable on veneer sheets.

5. Teak wood polish

Generally, Teak wood is used for Main doors,  Both melamine and PU polish are applicable to Teak woods.

6. Rubber wood polish

One Good quality wood for Doors and cupboards and furniture making is Rubberwood,  Both PU and Melamine polish are applicable to Rubber Wood.

7. Balasa wood polish

One of The Best and most costly woods suitable for furniture and cupboards or Door making, Both PU and Melamine polish is Applicable for this wood.

8. New wood polish

Generally New wood uses for Cupboards, Pu and Melamine polish and Deco paint are applicable on this.

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Frequently asked Questions

Lacquer wood polish
The lacquer finishes are considered among the best varieties of wood polish. They dry up faster, provide better surface protection, add richness, and may also make the wood more durable. As it is quite easy to remove, you can apply a new polish and finish to the wood whenever needed.

Yes, there is a Rs199/- charge for each visit. If you don’t use our services after the inspection, you only have to pay the visit fee.

After you fill out the “Get Quote Form” on our website, a customer service representative will call you and assign an expert based on the services you need.

When it comes to wooden furniture polishing services, there are several types of polish that we offer:

  • Varnish Polish– Varnish is a popular finish for raw and unfinished wooden furniture. The finish obtained is transparent and hard protective finish. It is done as the last step of wood protection measures and helps in enhancing wood’s natural tones & grains. Its final touch forms a hard layer that offers high gloss and protection.

  • French Polishing– French Polishing is the most traditional form of furniture polishing work. It forms thin layers of a very high glossy surface and can form deep color contrast. The following polishing practice develops a thin coat of shellac dissolved in denatured alcohol. Shellac mixture is lubricated with oil. Thus it can be said that shellac is the main component of french polishing. It is considered the most beautiful wooden finish.

  • Lacquer Polishing– It is the fastest drying polish layer done on wooden furniture. This polish is done several thin coating of the polish. It forms the film which is more durable than shellac. Lacquer polish gets dry very quickly, this benefits the layer to dry before the dust settles on the surface of the polished layer thus dust-free finish.

  • Melamine Polishing– Melamine is an organic compound which is a mixture with formaldehyde to produce melamine resin. Melamine Polishing is not internationally used it is preferred within the Indian family. Melamine polish is more durable than French-Polish, though the resin is thin. It’s has a very valuable property of fire resistance and heat tolerant.

  • Polyurethane Polishing– It is plastic but in liquid form. It forms a hard protective layer that absorbs scratches & dings. The polish forms a very glossy surface, unlike varnish polish polyurethane polish eventually with time glossy surface, gets dull. The polish mixture can be both water and oil-based. Polish finish varies from satin to glossy.