Long Lasting Results and Restored Finish On Interior Woodwork
The Gleam Guard process has been used since 1989, but our company officially started 20 years ago in 1995.
It was developed to replace the practice of rubbing oil on dull, damaged woodwork. Rubbing oil on the woodwork makes it look shiny for a few days and some oils have colors that cover scratches, but when the wood is coated with spray lacquer, polyurethane or varnish, the oil doesn't penetrate.
We thoroughly clean the woodwork, touch up damaged areas with matching stain or paint and rub on the Gleam Guard finish. This process stabilizes the existing finish and makes the surface smooth and easy to clean.
Thousands of customers have had excellent experience with the Gleam Guard Refinishing process. The company now has locations across the US and in Canada.