The beautiful laser color highlightes the wood's own structure and aging. The laser can be more or less covering and often comes in the form of an oil-based paint or an alkyd-acrylate hybrid.
A color paint is used as protection and as a color setting on facades where the wood's tendency and structure are to occur. It can be used on both regular wooden facades and at log houses. Because the wood and wood structure is clearly visible, the house is naturally colored and retains its true wood feel.
Lasor paint is not a full color, but a color where the wood and its veins light through. It may be colored or completely undisturbed, as desired. Las acids are a type of property and color tones, and not primarily a color scheme. In phase contexts, it is almost always talked about lasers in the form of oil leaks or coverings. Cover gels provide a structure, but cover the wood's aging more. There are also alkyd-acrylate surfactants with laser paint on the market. These have become really popular.
The wood facade needs to be dry and clean and should be ground-oiled before the laser color is ironed. However, some basic painting is not required to paint on a laser paint on a wood facade. Plated wood needs to be shrouded up to give the color a good grip. The laser color should then be ironed on panel for panel to not become flammable and uneven. For each ironing, the laser becomes darker. When the color of the laser dries, its true color appears, not before. This makes you feel patient to get the right results - maybe a stricture is needed to get the exact correct shade?
Many people think it is beautiful with a lacquer paint, as the structure and the wood of the wood are emphasized. Lasyr can be used on logs and to maintain the natural color of the wood. This applies to both clean wood and pressure-impregnated wood, as well as timber. It is also easy to paint a wood facade with laser paint, since no primer is needed. Lasor paint penetrates into the wood itself, which provides a good protection against moisture. The laser color contrasts with chalk and does not change color over time.
The final result may be different in the color of the laser than imagined, as the wood's own color penetrates the transparent color. It may also be difficult to get the right shade because the color of the color changes in shade when it dries, and to paint evenly and nicely without the staining of the scented color. It may also be difficult to know how the final result will be, since the correct color will not appear until the laser has dried. The grating lasts for a shorter period than the overall color and therefore needs to be maintained more often. The laser color also does not protect against the sun's rays as clean coatings.