Colour stain & Colour glaze

Water-based colour stain

An elaborate stain technique ensures a semi-transparent appearance and leaves the natural structure and depth of the wood visible. The surface treatment requires a sure instinct for the craft and can therefore not be automated: A special staining technique is applied in several stages. Since the microstructure of the surface is not smooth but roughened, the stained wood appears naturally matt despite its colour.

Colour glaze

The colour glaze is substantially different in appearance and technology of the colour stain. It remains on the surface, not pulls into the wood. Of an opaque color finish it differs in that it allows the wooden structure visible.