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Lacquered or oiled oak furniture – how choose to wood protection?

In our production in addition to the best material, we put great emphasis on final finish: perfect choice of colors and the quality of coatings used. Lacquered or oiled oak furniture – this is often a bothering question for every customer, which option to choose to protect wood. Below we will present advantages and disadvantages of lacquered and oiled wood and tell you about oils and lacquers which we use. Our oils are absorbed into wood to emphasize its character, add to smoothness of wood and protect surface. All have certificate FDA which has been awarded by U.S. Medicines And Food Administration which confirms use with foodstuffs. We also use lacquers that protect surfaces against abrasion and absorption while being safe for users. Our lacquers can be used to paint products products intended for contact with children and food.

LACQUERING

Lacquering protects wood from outside, creating a thick outer layer.

Advantages:

  • high fluid resistance
  • easy to care
  • does not require periodic impregnation
  • protects wood from abrasion

Disadvantages:

  • impossibility to partial renovation
  • they form a sealed, external coating that reduces contact with natural wood

OILED

Oiled protects wood from the inside without forming hermetically protective coating.

Advantages:

  • enters the wood
  • it does not close pores of wood, it allows it to breathe
  • possibility of self partial renovation
  • emphasizes color of wood
  • anti-static

Disadvantages:

  • low fluid resistance
  • requires careful care
  • necessary periodic renovation

Certificates confirming the quality and approvals of our lacquers and oils, you can find in links below:

Certificate FDA – oilsCertificate contact with food – lacquers