With a Royal Warrant and a British Board of Agreement (BBA) Certiicate, you can see the popularity of these wood coatings and why the technical advisers at Promain regularly specify and recommend Solignum. Solignum Architectural was first formulated around a hundred years ago, designed as a microporous flexible coating that allowed the timber to breathe. Solignum offers the decorator a low sheen opaque finish in 14 colours, with water shedding properties that are second to none.
With the addition of mould and mildew protection, as well as offering unsurpassed ultraviolet protection, Solignum's also has the ability to penetrate the wood without the use of a primer. Solignum Architectural soon became the favourite coating of many architects, specifiers, designers and decorators. Solignum is offered as a more eco friendly, water based coating, as well as an alkyd oil based version. Both offer the assurance that they will neither crack or flake whilst offering an extremely high degree of flexibility.
For this reason, Solignum has become a firm favourite within the woodworking industry. This gives users the opportunity to easily apply two to three coats of protection by brush, spray or roller when applying to internal and external joinery. Suitable applications include sawn or planned timber for windows, cladding, fencing gates, sheds, weatherboard or garden furniture. Promain are happy to recommend this excellent coating, but if you have any questions please call the Promain technical department for further assurance.