The colour glaze differs significantly in appearance and technique from our colour stains. It remains on the surface, so it does not soak that much into the pores of the wood. As a result, it is less transparent and a well covering colouring is achieved. The character of the wood and its structure is visually and haptically preserved and an elegant pore pattern is created. In this way, a colour glaze clearly differs from an opaque colour varnish, although the glaze must subsequently be coated with a clear varnish.