Pre-treating surfaces with WOCA Wood Lye provides effective protection against yellowing caused by UV rays. It bleaches woods like maple, ash,
oak, beech, and birch, protecting them against yellowing.
Treatment using Woca Wood Lye also opens up the pores in the wood, allowing it to fully absorb the pigments in a later basic treatment with white oil in a way that looks especially gorgeous. Available in White or Grey – using Wood Lye Grey gives Colour Oil 314 Extra Grey or 114 Grey even greater color intensity when applied afterwards.
The product is recommended for its organic qualities that meet high healthy living standards, so you can use it to treat worktops, Kitchen surfaces, and even children's toys without any worries.
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Treatment from left to right: Woca Wood Lye White & High Solid Master Oil White, Woca Wood Lye Grey & Master Oil Extra Grey, Wood Lye White & High Solid Master Oil White. The images are only illustrations for treated wood shades; it is possible that colors may differ from this sample.
Intended for light-colored woods like maple, ash, oak, beech, birch, larch, and spruce. Apply to bare wood that has been finely sanded (120-grit sanding mesh)(three-disc machine at 150-grit) Coverage: Woca Wood Lye treats 8-10 m2/liter.
Drying time: 8-12 hours at rom temperature of 20 degrees Celsius
Use beige pad after everything is dry to smooth over open pores in the wood and flatten out any minor irregularities left by the lye treatment.
For a wonderfully smooth and consistent application, we recommend using sheepskin, which you can also use by hand to treat edges and corners more consistently.
Shake Woca Wood Lye well before using and pour it into a bucket. Stir the Wood Lye from time to time to prevent the pigments from settling.
Tools may be washed with water
sheepskin, oil applicator, telescoping extension pole, gloves, rotary floor polisher-professional, beige pads 2x
Applying Woca Wood Lye PDF