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These RTF finishes are very natural looking.



RTF Finishes

Available RTF door finishes



About MDF and RTF cabinet doorsWhat is MDF?

MDF is medium-density fiberboard.  It has become the most popular composite material in recent years.  Because MDF is uniform, very dense, smooth and free of knots and grain patterns, it makes an excellent substitute for solid wood in many applications.  It is an excellent base for solid color and woodgrain RTF veneers and laminates.  It is also the perfect choice for painting because there is no woodgrain showing through.  Kitchen doors of MDF, as opposed to natural wood, have no joints to crack after they have been painted. MDF is made up of wood particles and resin.  The particles are separated uniformly to make a fine, consistent material that is cooked and pressure steamed.  The material is then bound with an adhesive and heat pressed to produce a solid board with many of the same qualities of natural wood, but without many of natural wood's limitations. Because of MDF's consistent makeup, machining this material with the right tools results in clean, sharp edges without chip-out or fuzzing.  Because MDF is more dense than most woods, manufacturers use only the highest quality tools of carbide and diamond for cutting.   MDF can be glued and holds screws as well as natural wood.

         What is RTF?

RTF is "Ridged Thermofoil".  It is applied to an MDF substrate with heat and heat activated glue under immense pressure in a mercury vacuum press.  The resulting product is very durable.  With the new RTF veneers available today, cabinet doors look very much like natural wood.  In fact, many of these veneers have natural looking woodgrain texture built right into them.   RTF has become the most popular choice for homeowners who want a beautiful product without all the care and upkeep of natural woods.  Better Homes and Gardens has touted RTF cabinetry as "the 40 year kitchen"!  Courtesy of Www.kitchenrefacing.org



More Customer Compliments and Photos!



More great photos of Cafe Maple finish.
Lisa S.





I just wanted to thank you for your fantastic craftsmanship.  The doors/drawer fronts came though beautifully.  The packaging was great and the quality was better than I had hoped.  Once again thank you for your customer care.
Gary V.





I received my last kitchen cabinet door today and I just wanted
to say thank you. This was the BEST buying experience I have ever had with a company. Doors made kitchen look beautiful. Not only did they came early, they were EXACT sizes and packaged really nicely. I have already recommended you to a close friend who will be ordering shortly and I will continue to spread your companies good name to others.
Thank you again and take care.
Francis L.





I just wanted to thank you for your help with ordering your RTF replacement doors for our kitchen.  Unfortunately, I didn't take any before pictures on the digital camera to be able to show you the change, but we used to have dark walnut, 70s style cabinets that were awful!  As you can see from the pictures I'm sending you, painting the existing cabinet boxes and  installing your almond RTF doors really brightened up our kitchen!  I am very impressed with the quality of your products and just wanted to let you know!!  Feel free to use the pictures and such for your advertising or website, etc.  and thanks again!   
Rachelle H.





Thank you once again, and I must say it is so easy and a pleasure doing business with you… you have taught me a lot and have been so patient with me, and I really appreciate it!







Just wanted to let you know that my order arrived in perfect condition with the right measurements, right number and everything I ordered.
Thank you for your prompt service and I will certainly order from you again...
Harv S.






Before and After photos of Pear.

From another happy customer.