A door is called lacquered when it is coloured with various types of paints instead of being covered with a superficial layer of wood or laminate. In recent years lacquering has taken giant leaps, both in practicality and in resistance, not to mention in its attention to the environment. Curtain lacquering with UV technology is done on an acrylic base for a high level of surface and colour stability over time. In this case the products applied are hardened thanks to irradiation carried out by special lamps that emit high-energy ultraviolet light. This system allows for a quick and effective hardening of the resins, which thus produce very hard and resistant films. The surface finish is therefore highly resistant to scratches and wear and is extremely easy to clean.
In the specific case of the Tablet model, the lacquered finish is created using new technology that gives the surface layer a super opaque (2 gloss) finish and a range of mechanical features that are extremely similar to those of Fenix.
Clean the doors with a soft and damp cloth (microfibre type). For stains, add a mild liquid detergent to the damp cloth, such as a glass cleaning product. Do not use abrasive products (creams and powders) or those containing aggressive substances like alcohol, acetone, trichlorethylene, bleach, ammonia and their derivatives. Also avoid the use of rough cleaning materials, e.g. abrasive sponges or scouring pads, which would irreparably scratch the doors.
In CREO Kitchens, the UV lacquered doors are used on the Tablet model.