OCTOBER 3, 2021
The restoration of ancient woods is a very vast and multifaceted area of intervention.
When you have to choose how to restore an antique furniture with professional products, it is important to have the peace of mind of having a complete range for every need
The professional who must evaluate the interventions necessary for a job in a workmanlike manner, you will find in Borma Wachs products the ideal choice for every step and for every desired result.
In our dedicated catalog you can find specific solutions for the restoration of antique furniture, of course divided by type of processing required.
Our dedicated restoration catalog allows professionals to plan how to restore an antique furniture with professional products, offering a complete choice enriched online by many useful tools.
The restoration steps are organized logically, grouping the product categories in an easy-to-navigate way:
Browsing through theonline catalog it is possible to recognize the best products for restoration, opting for the solution that best suits the needs of the piece of furniture to be worked on.
Borma Wachs paint strippers combine the quality and effectiveness of the product with its safety for the environment and for workers: free from chlorinated solvents (for further information: http://www.arpa.piemonte.it/approfondimenti/glossario/solventi-clorurati), allow to remove the paint without incurring risks for the environment and health that may derive from the use, storage and incorrect disposal of these specific pollutants.
The removal of the paint is normally followed by the cleaning / cleaning of the support. The restoration of antique furniture aims to restore the original beauty of an artifact: for this reason it is important that the signs of aging, including dust and dirt, are removed with professional products, in order to provide a perfect support for subsequent colors and finishes.
The wood coloring phase is an important moment of the restoration, which is why Borma Wachs has created a range of solutions compatible with the different objectives of the professional:
The advice for use and the suggested accessories allow the professional to work quickly, with precision and satisfaction.
The selection of fine ingredients characterizes the beeswax-based line for wood restoration.
The richness of beeswax, naturally non-toxic and fragrant, is exploited in pasta, breads and liquids, used alone or mixed with other valuable ingredients such as:
The different combinations enhance the peculiar characteristics of the woods, each giving particular protective, aesthetic, conservative and sanitizing effects. In this sense, the product sheets are particularly useful, since in addition to describing the particular results of each solution, they also list the specific certifications, for a careful choice according to needs.
Restoration oils from Borma Wachs allow you to add the detail that gives the right finishing touch to the workmanship. Protection, vividness, cleaning, lubrication, nourishment, water repellency, shine ... each oil gives the furniture the desired characteristics, for a state of the art finish.
When does the restoration of antique furniture end? For those who aspire to a truly complete job, the care of the stone floors and coatings can also become important.
In most cases, the environment that houses the fine antique furniture is itself of value, covered and decorated with special materials such as:
Borma Wachs, in its 360° approach, also includes professional solutions to repair, clean and revive the fine interior coverings, in order to further enhance the splendor of a restored antique furniture.