- ENSURING SUCCESSFUL FURNITURE FINISHES. // Cabinet Maker;7/8/2011, Issue 5745, p20
The article reports on the importance for furniture companies to use the right finishing materials in their products. It advises the need for furniture designers and manufacturers to consider the durability and performance of their product finishes to ensure resistance to scratching, sunlight,...
- Au courant. Austin, Jill // Veranda;May/Jun2007, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p78
Several photographs of furniture paint fabrics are presented.
- On the Surface. McLean, Vivienne // New Zealand Forest Industries Magazine;Jul99, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p17
Reports on trends in furniture finishing in New Zealand. Options of furniture manufacturers in enhancing their finishing lines; Pace of adoption of environmental friendly finishing products; Popular finishing products. INSET: New formula hard to beat.
- The perfect finish. Shipman, John // Cabinet Maker;1/18/2002 Supplement, p7
Stresses the need for durable finishing within the furniture industry. List of consumer preferences for furniture finishes; Overview on the attractiveness and durability of finishes as a major selling point for furniture manufacturers and retailers; Examples of popular standards for furniture...
- New developments in touch-up and repair. PINKERTON, AUDREY // Wood & Wood Products;Nov98, Vol. 103 Issue 12, p115
Introduces the hard wax sticks, a touch-up technology used to reduce or eliminate burn-in, overspray and dye separation in furniture. Benefits offered by hard wax sticks; How to use the sticks; Advantages of the product over the traditional ones.
- Painted finishes. Johnson, Bruce E. // Country Living;Sep95, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p32
Offers advise on recognizing an original painted finish on antique objects and furniture. Value of the original paint; American country furniture; Shaker furniture; Milk paint. INSET: Today's milk paint..
- Protection is the name of the game. Millar, James // Cabinet Maker;2/28/2003, Issue 5326, p12
Reports on the concentration of manufacturers on the protection of the fabric of their furniture products in Great Britain. Use of leather upholstery; Decline of the popularity of removable covers; Overview of the various warranty programs of manufacturers.
- Four days, 16 plants offer insight into Malaysia. Russell, Thomas // Furniture/Today;9/28/2015, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p32
In this article, the author discusses development of furniture industry of Malaysia including his visits to furniture shows organized by the Malaysian Furniture Council, strong infrastructure to handle whitewood processing of furniture parts, and challenges faced due to limited local labor.
- South-of-border mfrs. poised for bigger role. Slaughter, Powell // Furniture/Today;01/15/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 19, p9
Focuses on the role of Mexican furniture manufacturers as suppliers to the furniture market in the United States. Interest of consumers on the price values of Mexican case goods; Use of American-style finishes to attract distributors; Significance of finish sophistication to the suppliers.