Why Use High Gloss Waterlox?

Today’s families are busy and on the move, producing a lot of traffic on floors and other household areas like countertops. If you have decided to protect your flooring with Waterlox, you made that choice wisely, knowing that Waterlox is the leader in providing superior finishes for not only flooriing but any other interior wood surface you may have. Waterlox High Gloss Finish is a great choice to produce spectacularly beautiful results for your floor’s finish, as they will glisten uniformly and dependably, and for a long, long time. Waterlox High Gloss Finish should be applied after you have applied the Waterlox Original Finish, and once cured, you will be able to relax, knowing you have used the best in floor sealants, and thus you are protecting a major investment from the forces that come from daily family life.

Waterlox comes in your choice of High Gloss Finish, Satin Finish and Original Finish. Formulated as a traditional interior penetrating Tung oil finish, Waterlox forms a protective, elastic finish that durably protects against common household spills, moisture and foot traffic. It’s easier to maintain than other interior clear finishes or surface finishes, as well.

The high gloss finish of Waterlox is the highest gloss level offered, and 90% of the resin portion of Waterlox comes from renewable, natural resources. Waterlox is a traditional, interior penetrating Tung oil finish that is designed to be brushed on, straight from the can. When used as a finishing system in conjunction with Waterlox Original Sealer/Finish, Waterlox High Gloss both penetrates and waterproofs. Due to it’s durable finish, it is easier to maintain than other interior surfaces finishes of any kind.

When you desire to protect any interior wood project like floors, windows, doors, cabinets, tables and various woodworking projects, down to the smaller items such as picture frames and fishing rods, you can depend on Waterlox to do the best job of providing a penetrated seal that will serve to protect whatever you apply it to, dependably and seamlessly. Once dry and fully cured, Waterlox is non-toxic, for the safety of every person and pet in the home.

A Mahogany Wood Floor!?

One of the most beautiful types of wood that a person can have in his or her home is mahogany. One of the more valuable types of wood available, mahogany is a richly colored wood with unique pink tones. This pink coloration slowly turns into an attractive deep brown-red color as the wood ages, causing a two-tone effect in some items. In addition to its attractive color, another benefit of mahogany wood is that it has only a fraction of the amount of voids or knots that other types of wood such as pine or oak have. This helps ensure that the wood itself is even and less grainy, as well as making it easy to polish and craft for things like furniture and flooring.

Some of the most common pieces of furniture created using this wood are tables, desks and other products that do not have joints or seams. This is where mahogany shines, but it is also one of the best types of wood for flooring. The wood itself is durable and strong, which allows people who work with it to create items that last a lifetime. The wood does not bend, break or become dented under heavy items, which makes it perfect for flooring. Because this is a strong wood, it can also be used for many types of musical instruments. Drums and guitars are often crafted using mahogany because it has a strong resistance to damage. Boat builders rely on mahogany as well not only for its strength but also for its resistance to rotting when exposed to large amounts of moisture.

Mahogany can be harvested from only three species of trees, which makes it rare and valuable in some parts of the world. The rarest and most expensive type is Swietenia Mahagoni, which grows in Florida, the Caribbean and Honduras. The other types, Swietenia humilus and Swietenia macrophylla, are found along the coasts of South America near the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. Mahogany is prized for its beauty and strength across the globe, making a mahogany floor as valuable as the wood it is made of. Contact Western Wide Plank for prices and designs available for mahogany flooring.