Teak board 140 x 80cm, 18mm thick

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Glaze wooden panel

As a wood treatment, glazes have the advantage that they penetrate the wood gently and the pores remain open. This keeps the wood breathable. A matting effect is achieved optically by glazing, which can be intensified by possible color additives.

Advantages and disadvantages

However, the surface becomes slightly rough and cannot be polished well. Another disadvantage is: A glaze is not particularly dirt-repellent or water-resistant and the composition is often not environmentally friendly. All in all, a glaze is recommended for surfaces that are not subject to much wear and have special aesthetic requirements.

Teak top 18mm finger-jointed

How a slab is glazed

For glazing, the panel should be lightly sanded with a 120 grit so that the glaze can penetrate well. For wood that has already been treated, start with coarser grains. The glaze should be applied quickly with a brush in the direction of the grain of the wood. After the glaze has hardened after the manufacturer's specified drying time, it usually feels very rough. In any case, the surface should be reground with a 180 or 240 grit. If several layers of color are desired, the process can be repeated accordingly. It is possible to oil or wax the glazed surface again as a finish.

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Planning

Usage
Working height kitchen
Outside
wood pattern
Shipping Costs

Quality

wood, stone or plastic
Solid wood, plywood or chipboard
best wood
finger joint

Care

Treatment methods
  Dying
  Grow
  paint
  glaze
Clean
teak care

Origin

Origin
Sustainability

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