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The oxidative oil enters into the surface and protects it, resulting in a natural looking surface.
The lacquer gives the surface a semi-gloss look.
The lye dye reacts with the wood components and the colour becomes darker. After this process the surface must be oiled for a final layer of protection.
This is a very intensive and coloured surface application in the structure of the wood. After this you have to put oil on it to finish the surface.
This is a film forming oil surface.
It is the same procedure as natural oiling, but the oil has added co-lour pigments inside that make your ooring a more natural colour
We get such brown red color with ammonia and such colorpenetrates one millimeter into the wood.
The surface is mechanically brushed. After this you can feel the structure of the wood.
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