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Poolhouse

Prosjekttype:

-

År:

2018

Steder:

Belgia

Entreprenør:

Schilderwerken Morel & Zoon

Tretyper

Massieve vurenhouten balken (Systimber)

Beskrivelse

“Rubio Monocoat, the right way to treat wood.”
Introduction: In the past, Schilderwerken Morel & Zn's client had had their pool house treated with opaque paint. As a result, the paint started to peel off after a very short time. This is why the client opted for Rubio Monocoat this time!
 
Schilderwerken Morel & Zn, a Belgian painting firm, guarantees quality paintwork since 1953. In addition to paint, they've been using Rubio Monocoat for years. Schilderwerken Morel & Zn explains: “Over the years, we have started to specialise in fine blasting and wood finishes as well as continuing our work as painters. We work on a lot of renovation projects. The treatment options have increased dramatically and we are no longer limited to traditional varnishes or stains. As a result, I came into contact with Rubio Monocoat. The first product I used was Rubio Monocoat Oil Plus 2C for indoor use. We later started using the Hybrid Wood Protector for outdoor use. We were able to achieve great results using a product which is ideal for treating wood.”
They used Rubio Monocat Hybrid Wood Protector in black and white during their last project. The product was applied to a pool house which had originally been treated with opaque paint. The clients, however, were not satisfied with the results according to Schilderwerken Morel & Zn: “They had had their pool house treated with an opaque paint in the past. However, the paint soon started to peel off with all of its consequences. Once we had fully rubbed off the paint, we applied the non-film forming Rubio Monocoat Hybrid Wood Protector. This is an ideal solution for this spruce wood, which was also used for the roof and the decking. Rubio's representative also told me that you could further increase the decking's durability and make it even more maintenance-friendly by adding component B.“


 

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