- Inhibits and delays yellowing of pale
woods such as pine
- No self-inducing yellowing
- Surface protection
- Can be used with
existing spray or roller application equipment
- Adds value to traditional
pine furniture and fittings
- New opportunities for whitewood design
Protecting and preserving nature’s
WoodWash – the new finishing concept
from Becker Acroma – solves the age-old problem of preserving
the original look and texture of newly sanded whitewood. But,
not only wood yellows with age.
Traditional lacquering systems yellow too.
Which is why most whitewood furniture can soon lose its fresh
and natural look.
WoodWash delays the yellowing process in pale woods, like pine.
wood finishers, furniture manufacturers and designers can think again and use
pale woods, safe in the knowledge that WoodWash will keep pale woods looking
pale and not yellow – at least not for a very long time.
For furniture, kitchen cupboards and other
wood fittings WoodWash is a flexible, highly effective industrial
finishing system, easily introduced on existing application lines
as a waterborne or solventborne product.
WoodWash can be applied directly as a single-coat
treatment on newly sanded wood, or as a multicoat system. It
offers surface protection that is the equal of more conventional
WoodWash products cause no self-induced
yellowing. After long exposure to light the finish may,
at most, acquire a hint of grey, like hand-scrubbed pine.So,
wood finishers, furniture manufacturers and designers of the
world, pale woods are coming back – with Becker Acroma