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Natural finish Vs high sheen?

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A favour:

Does anyone have any examples of DMG products with a natural finish, as opposed to...a non-natural finish ("high sheen"? "Highly lacquered"?)? 

Perhaps some kind soul could post a pic or two (was going to post this in the DMG Action Shots thread, but figured a separate thread might be useful for others looking for similar advice)?

In general, is the only difference between these two options how shiny the finish is, or does it also affect woodlice/longevity.

I've ordered an Adventure Case in cherry and trying to decide whether to put in an 11th hour request for a natural finish?

All advice gratefully received.

Thanks!

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8 hours ago, Stace said:

A favour:

Does anyone have any examples of DMG products with a natural finish, as opposed to...a non-natural finish ("high sheen"? "Highly lacquered"?)? 

Perhaps some kind soul could post a pic or two (was going to post this in the DMG Action Shots thread, but figured a separate thread might be useful for others looking for similar advice)?

In general, is the only difference between these two options how shiny the finish is, or does it also affect woodlice/longevity.

I've ordered an Adventure Case in cherry and trying to decide whether to put in an 11th hour request for a natural finish?

All advice gratefully received.

Thanks!

Hey Stace.

All of our PREMIUM tier woods only come with a "Natural" finish. What that means is they only ever get 3 coats of our Dog Might Varnish. "Natural" finish means that no stains or color modifying oils are used, only a clear varnish to protect the wood while enhancing the natural color and grain. Most of our premium woods exhibit a high luster. Cherry is included in this group. 

Hope that helps,
Mike

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