Moisture curing Single & 2 pack polyurethanes
These are varnishes that produce a clear, very hard wearing surface on the wood in a matt, satin or high gloss finish. They require very little maintenance but darken with age. These fishines do not soak into the timber but form a film on the surface.
Produce a clear, hard wearing surface in a matt, satin or gloss finish. While more expensive, they produce less fumes during application and curing. They also require very little maintenance.
Modified oil coatings
Clear varnishes, these are generally made from a mixture of resin and oil. Easy to apply and penetrating, they give a softer appearance than the polyurethanes. They may require a surface polish in high-use areas but they can be easily recoated.
Oils are penetrating finishes that are tolerate less wear-and-tear than modified oils or polyurethanes. They give a soft, natural appearance but require regular maintenance, especially on a floor.