The question of durability was addressed in the video. These Rubio products are applied in a fashion that does not build up a film but leaves a hand-rubbed type of wood finish application. Shop Now Rubio state-of-the-art technology in a green can!
Reply Marc Spagnuolo May 27, pm The cheaper one. No cold winters here, occasional rains but lots of direct sunlight. Rubio Monocoat hardwax oils do not provide film build when properly applied, unlike a traditional wood finish like a polyurethane, which provides a plastic-like appearance.
African Rosewood for the base and hard maple for the top. Shop Now Rubio state-of-the-art technology in a green can! Just be careful with that rosewood.
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Featured collection. So no-film build at all. I was wondering what your thoughts would be on applying this to a planed surface. There is nothing wrong with that look, but nowadays, many individuals prefer and are looking for a non-film building wood finish with a natural hand-rubbed appearance. I like the look of planed finish over a sanded one but wonder if that might make adhesion a problem. The natural oils could cause some drying issues with the danish oil. Neither product emits VOCs in the space where the product is applied or where the finished wood is placed after the application. Another important difference between Rubio and standard finishes is that, while both require the same amount of regular maintenance, i. The catalyst will not alter the color of the oil. Shop Now Rubio state-of-the-art technology in a green can!
Next, clean, then apply some oil in the same color as original applied, and rub it in. Repairable Rubio Monocoat hardwax oil products are very easy to repair. Try it on scrap first and only apply VERY thin coats and wipe off all the excess.
With Rubio Monocoat hardwax oil, this will not a problem. Adding Accelerator B also provides better performance and protection than when the Oil Plus A component is used and applied by itself. In another post you mentioned going to a finer grit to get the color even on end grain — curious how that applies here, particularly with the direction not to sand above grit.
Rubio Monocoat Color Test