When we enamel woodwork and cabinets we are very particular of our work. For new woodwork we spray it making sure there are no drips or imperfections. Enameling previously stained woodwork is more of a process. First we use a liquid sander to remove all the varnish, that way when we prime it has a rough surface to adhere too. Next we spray on primer, which we do to make the paint job adhere better and last longer. After priming we spray on the color of your choice only using the products that we know will give you that smooth finishing that you are looking for.