Wood finishes improve the appearance of the surface.Finishing a wood surface is highly recommended whether it’s new or old furniture. Finishing is done by adding a liquid to the surface of the wood. Thus wood finishing creates a wood material looking like dashing and adds a protective layer.Download Brochure
Panache Timber Complete Care division caters to the complete wood care and wood finishing products. The range consists of Eco-friendly Oil finishes, Wax polish, Eco-friendly Sealers, lacquers, and Protective Solutions for wood.
Making furniture from scratch has two phases: building and finishing. Building involves cutting stuff up and putting it back together in more useful shapes.
Finishing is done by applying a special kind of liquid to the wood surfaces, which then dries into a protective layer. This coating transforms the appearance of the wood, making it look rich and elegant by highlighting its color and figure. Finishes also protect the wood surface from dirt and, in particular, moisture.
Wood is very sensitive to water. Applying a good finish is an important part of making
wooden furniture durable. Wood Finishes protect the wooden surfaces from moisture and make their appearance richer and deeper. Wood finish is different than painting in the way that painting hides the original wooden surface while Wood finishes improve the appearance of the surface.
The finish is also important aesthetically, in two ways. It changes how the wood looks and how it feels. Unfinished wood looks dry and dull – not the appearance that we associate with fine work. A quality finish coat makes the surface look shiny and reveals the depth of the wood. The finishing steps also make the surface smooth, and pleasant to touch.
Wood furniture finishes, or simply wood finishes, is a process developed to protect wooden artifacts and furniture from environmental damage. Without the right finish, the wood may crack, dry, swell (exposure to moisture), and deteriorate. However, although the primary goal of each type of wood finish is to add a protective layer, it can also help improve the aesthetic appeal of the wood. Finishing a wood surface is highly recommended whether it’s new or old furniture. Finishing is done by adding a liquid to the surface of the wood. Thus wood finishing creates a wood material looking like dashing and adds a protective layer.
Penetrating wood finishes offer a more natural look as they enter deep into the surface of the wood. You may have to use a rag to add a protective layer of wood oils to ensure better sheen and surface penetration. You can apply them quickly.
Oil finishes- Tung Oil, Linseed Oil, Danish Oil, Cedar Oil,
As the name suggests, surface finishes are applied on the top of the wood to create a protective layer. This type of wood finish makes an excellent choice for furniture and materials that are exposed to a lot of wear and tear.
Sealers, Shellac, Acrylic Lacquer, Nitrocellulose Lacquer, Varnish, Wax finish, PU Finishes, French-Polish, Water-Based Finish, Paint.
Protective Solutions - Termite protecting solutions, Tannin inhibitors,
Factors to Consider When Choosing a Wood Finish
Project Type, Exposure to Sunlight and Humidity, Skill Level, Ease of Use, Color, Tools Required, Durability, Safety, Sustainability, Appearance, Drying Time.
Wood is very sensitive to water. Applying a good finish is an important part of making wooden furniture durable. Without the right finish, the wood may crack, dry, swell (exposure to moisture), and deteriorate. However, although the primary goal of each type of wood finish is to add a protective layer, it can also help improve the aesthetic appeal of the wood. Finishing a wood surface is highly recommended whether it’s new or old furniture. Finishing is done by adding a liquid to the surface of the wood. Finishing a wood surface is highly recommended whether it’s new or
old furniture. It is essential that all surfaces are treated. The deeper the preservative penetrates the wood, the more effective it becomes. Thus, the effectiveness of a treatment depends on the method of application and the composition of the preservative. Panache most preservatives are a water base which enables them to penetrate easily and quickly into the wood.
Woodcare Oil’s main purpose is for prevention. It prevents the wood from drying and cracking. These little crevices are where bacteria love to hide and multiply, so preventing your wood from having small fractures is the key to keeping your cutting wood sanitary. The Wood Polish helps with overall longevity and enhances its resistance against water.
Untreated wood exposed to changing weather conditions will be far more prone to damage and rot. However, wear and tear still occurs with wood used exclusively indoors, so it is just as important to use specialist wood coatings. Whether it is flooring, furniture, or any form of fixture or fitting, using the correct woodcare products will ensure their functionality and lifespan are preserved.
The use of Panache wood coating products in any project results in Health Benefits, reduction in maintenance cost due to long life & enhancement of the aesthetics. Panache believes in providing. It does not sell only products. The Clients' ease & money wood coatings by Panache, contribute to reducing the recurring maintenance cost. The low VOC & water-based systems help to reduce the CO2 & GHG emissions. The Life cycle cost of the wood treatment and items is also reduced. The customized finishes provided by Panache add a lot of value and satisfaction to the clients.
All the products of panache are Green Pro & GRIHA certified. The Company is also in process of getting EPD certification. While going for IGBC, GRIHA, and LEED certification of buildings Panache products contribute almost more than 2 to 3 points for Low VOC, No smell, No heavy metals, Innovative design of systems, Local material use, Green Pro, GRIHA certified material.
A Cool Roof coatings consists of a binder (usually an organic compound or silicone compound) blended with pigments and other additives to provide two main benefits: protection of roof membranes for longer roof life cycles; and reflectivity of solar radiation, for lower air conditioning costs.
The main components of most Cool Roof coatings are the binder, pigment, water and reflective pigments. Water serves as a liquid carrier, which provides viscosity, allowing the pigment and binder to be spread on the roof as a thin coating. The majority of white coatings in use today are water-based coatings
An energy efficient , white, reflective, elastomeric coating manufactured by Panache can reflect up to 92% of visible light, keeping the roof surface much cooler than with aluminum, black, or non-reflective roofing materials. Lower temperatures mean less energy usage, and translate to money saved. Elastomeric roof coatings protect the roof substrate adding years to your roof, plus saves against costly tear-offs and re-roofing.