Sanding and buffing are the dustiest processes out of all. The most astonishing bit is that the workers don’t even use any mask or eyeglass. They work all day at the machine to make the piece smooth and shiny. After this the polishing experts come into the picture and rub loads of putty to even out the unfinished edges and cracks. When it dries, the wooden piece is smoothened further with sandpaper and then coated with paint or polish, depending on the desired finish. One of the most promising orders for the painters are the gold intricate furniture pieces that adorn a lot of big homes in the cities. They are big and bring in good business. Liquid, gold, ready-to-use paint is being used instead of powder because that doesn’t blacken with time. And it looks prettier. Polish finishes include the regular natural, walnut and rosewood. Maintenance for such pieces is easy: brush it off dry.