Boysen has two different wood staining systems, and Bea is here in this video to show you the differences between both—the pros and cons, where best to use the products, either exteriors or interiors, and what system is faster so you can choose the best one to use for your project if you want to see results sooner rather than later.
Boysen Xyladecor is a solvent-based, deep penetrating type of stain that combines decorative, water repellent, and wood preserving properties in one. It dries to a silk matte finish and emphasizes the grain, bringing out the natural beauty in any kind of wood.
Here are more things you need to know about Boysen Xyladecor to be able to assess if this is the right product for your project—
- used for wood surfaces in your interiors and exteriors
- prevents the growth of mold and fungi
- each coat dries in about 2 hours
- does not need a topcoat
- comes in 4L cans only
Boysen Oil Wood Stain
Boysen Oil Wood Stain is a solvent-based stain that adds freshness and color to any wooden surface as it provides superior protection. This product is used to enhance wood grain on interior wood works and other surfaces, such as cabinets, furniture, paneling, etc.
Here are more things you need to know about Boysen Oil Wood Stain to be able to assess if this is the right product for your project—
- used for wood surfaces in interiors only
- each coat dries in about 12 hours
- used in tandem with BOYSEN Varnish products such as Boysen Lacquer and Hudson Timbercoat to maximize its effectiveness
- comes in 4L and 1L cans
This blog has so many articles about wooden surfaces and what Boysen products work best for this substrate. Just surf through the articles that you will find in this link.