Treating wood with oils, wax, and polyurethane paint according to RAL color chart
Wood is very grateful material for many applications in internal and external arrangement of space, however, it is important to regularly maintain the elements so that they last for years. Wood should not change its mechanical properties and aesthetics. That is why special attention is paid to finishing and maintenance of wood surfaces.
When we talk about the treatment of wood then you can define the four solutions:
- Polyurethane paint
Treating wood with varnish
Varnish is a layer which, after drying, is situated on the outside of the timber. Therefore, the aim of varnish is not that the wood absorbs it easily, but the goal is to make a hard, impenetrable layer. Since the emulsion is not absorbed but spread over the surfaces of wood, after drying lacquer makes very smooth and shiny surface. Over time, due to the everyday wear and tear, scratches it is necessary to have flooring re-sanded, and varnished. We at Beko Style can help you with all these issues..
Treating wood with wax
Beeswax is a natural and efficient solution for the maintenance of wood. It is more used for preventing the harmful effects of water than it is used for finishing raw wood. Apart from classic beeswax on the market you can fing quality wax paste. Wax is especially good solution if you want to remove some small scratches and bumps.