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WOODWORKING AND PRIMER

The perfect skin for your wood construction will protect the substrate from harshenvironmental conditions and ensure a long lifetime of the wood. However, thisrequires not only the right treatment of the wood, but also the correct preparation before the paint system is applied. ...more

TIPS FOR MIDCOAT AND SANDING

Similarly to human skin, a good coating system for the substrate of wood requires individual layers that are perfectly linked to one another. The application of these layers requires adherence to specific instructions in order to ensure the best possible results and durability of the substrate. Coating systems require more than one layer to provide protection and an appealing surface. ...more

TOPCOAT BY SPRAY

The last vital layer of the skin is called topcoat. This finish has the purpose of providing a nice look, as well as the right gloss and feel. The topcoat is also of vital importance when it comes to the overall durability of the coating system, as it is the first protective layer that comes into contact with the elements. It requires great accuracy when applying it to the substrate. ...more

BRUSH APPLICATION AND MAINTENANCE

When creating the perfect skin, the application can follow not only by spray, but also by using a brush to protect the wood and provide a decorative surface. However, surfaces, whether applied by spray or brush, also requires maintenance at regular intervals in order to ensure a long lifetime. ...more


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