Varnishes are tradition and modernity in one. For years, they have been the most popular wood preservatives due to their high resistance to moisture and mechanical damage. Varnish also makes the least changes in the natural shade of the wood.
For the protection of furniture, we use a high-quality, two-component, solvent-based acrylic resin varnish. You can throw your keys on the table, your kids can play with the toy cars on it, people can spill red wine on it during the party, and the table will still look great. Remarkable resistance to mechanical damage, stains and high temperature is the main advantage of our varnish.
And don’t forget its high resistance to light and UV radiation. Most regular varnishes tend to yellow quickly when exposed to sunlight, but not our varnish. Wood protected with it will change its shade very slowly, aging with style and getting more attractive with age.
The distinctive feature of our varnish is the fact, that we can influence the degree of its gloss. Like no other protective product, it can completely absorb or reflect light.
You can choose 4 levels of gloss, which affects the final appearance of the furniture.
Before we apply the varnish, we can color the surface of the wood with stains. You can read about the available staining options in this guide. We do not color the furniture with varnish stains and colored varnishes. The two-stage process – application of a stain and then another layer of a protective coat - makes the color more durable and evenly distributed.
For some time wax-oils have been making a sensation in salons, or more precisely - on their floors. It is a mixture of oils and waxes which, thanks to the appropriate hardeners, gives a visual effect of the oil finishing, smoothness of the wax and hardness of the varnish. It is also an ideal option for protecting furniture.
After application of wax-oil, the surface becomes extremely durable, resistant to dirt and water. When a drop of water falls on such a surface, it does not spread and does not sink into it because the oil creates a hydrophobic barrier.
While the oil protects the wood from the inside, the hard wax creates a resistant film on the outside, comparable to varnish. You can safely put hard objects or hot dishes on such surface.
The main advantage of wax-oil in comparison to varnish is its influence on the microclimate at home. Wood protected with a wax-oil provides a healthy environment and is an actively breathing surface. It is easier to look after and renew.
Wax-oil like no other protective product emphasizes the grain and natural color of the wood. Wax makes the wood surface silky and pleasant to the touch.
In the colorless version, the wood gains a deep, slightly darker shade. When we use a coloring wax-oil, we can properly implement warm or cold pigments, changing the nature of wood and adjusting it to the colors prevailing at your home. The grain and natural contrasts between the soft and hard wood fragments will still be visible.
Wax-oils are available in a colorless and colored version. You can go over the available colors in this guide.
Our colorless wax-oil is the best choice for allergy sufferers - it has been awarded the ECARF Quality Seal. It’s the seal of approval for products that have passed quality tests for allergies. They are safe for people diagnosed with inhalant allergies. Therefore, the product is perfect for children's room or bedroom furniture, as well as for the dining room table.
The colorless wax-oil is also safe for food contact (in accordance with the regulation EG No. 1935/2004). We recommend it for kitchen tables, countertops and other surfaces used for food preparation.
All wax-oils are free from formaldehyde and flavorings, biocides and preservatives, as well as cobalt and oxime.
Not sure what to choose? Go over the criteria and parameters below, or contact us! We will give you advice tailored to your needs.