As a sustainable resource wood is one of the most beautiful materials for producing furniture. To varnish it is a method to protect the wooden products from stains, humidity and dirt and in the same way to refine them perfectly.
When, as joiners and carpenters we varnish your valuable furniture or refine interior parts of your home we always can rely on the quality of our suppliers. It doesn´t matter if we treat your furniture with PUR- or water varnish, with these varnishes we always can guarantee high durability either with chemical or manual use as well as easy processing.
Using modern shades of color old pieces of furniture can easily be turned into trendy ones. No matter if we use colorless varnish on your furniture and that way enhance the natural side of the material or using trendy color varnish we chose the suitable product. From matt to high gloss we varnish your furniture in a professional and efficient way.
Some facts on varnish
Varnishes are categorized according to formulation and utility issues,
e.g. according to the type of binder (oil varnish), type of solvent, type of drying (e.g. stoved enamel finish) or area of use (e.g. car varnish).
Traditional varnishes are made of plants,
e.g. from resins such as Copal and Colophonium, “Schell” varnish from the segregation of an Asian type of lice and the black varnish of Chinese varnish art from the syrup of the “varnish tree”.
Enamels sometimes are also classified according to the specific characteristics.
Colorless varnish or enamel is transparent and contains no coloring pigments. Dope during the drying process tightens paper and tissue and impregnates them. A dipping varnish or lacquer is a type of varnish which is put onto the work piece by submerging it in it (also check anodic and cathodic dipping varnish). Effect varnishes according to the way they are looked upon and the lighting they receive show a so called Flop, a change in luminosity and color, so to speak.
Classification by characteristics of the surfaces categorizes varnishes according to the appearance of the surface.
The type of formulation can produce matt (e.g. soft feel surfaces in car interiors) up until high gloss surfaces (e.g. piano varnish). In the same way according to the formulation smooth up until highly structured (e.g.hammer effect enamel, wrinkle building enamels) varnishes can be achieved.