Read this blog to know which wood coatings should you opt for while beautifying your home.

Choosing the right paint for wood for your projects can be confusing. With both water-based and solvent-based coatings available, how do you know which one to go for? Our experts are here to put an end to this dilemma.

Understanding Water-Based And Solvent-Based Wood Coating

Water-based wood coating and solvent-based wood coating may feel the same but there are distinctive differences between them. One will likely be a better choice for your project than the other depending on the look you wish to achieve.

In earlier times, solvent-based finishes were believed to be more durable than water-based finishes.  However, in recent times, water-based finishes have been formulated to offer the same durability as solvent-based ones.

The main differences between the two today are their overall look and the clean-up method once the project is over. This means that the type of wood finish you should use for your projects depend on the look you want and the clean-up method you prefer.

  • If you fancy the wood staying closer to its original wood colour whether stained or unfinished, you would probably like a water-based finish.
  • If you prefer a golden hue on unfinished wood or stained wood, solvent-based wood finishes come with the best options.

When it comes to clean-up, water-based projects can be easily cleaned with regular soap and water while solvent-based ones require solvent-based products to clean the brushes.

Enjoy The Versatility Of Berger Imperia Breathe Easy!

Now that you have a fair idea about water-based and solvent-based wood coatings, here is an exciting and revolutionary water-based wood coating formulated by the best minds at Berger Paints India for you – Introducing Berger Imperia Breathe Easy.

Thanks to its low VOC content, it generates hardly any smell during or after application. Additionally, the product does not cause any eye irritation, making it ideal for those who are prone to paint allergies.

If you have a sentimental attachment towards things and do not like throwing out your favourite wooden furniture no matter how old and weathered they look, then you can renew these pieces using Berger Imperia Breathe Easy instead of junking them!

The best part is that you don’t even need a skilled set of applicators to do this for you as it can be easily applied using a brush and a roller!

Be it an old easy chair that reminds one of their grandparents or an heirloom jewellery box gifted by a special someone on a beautiful occasion, Berger Imperia Breathe Easy lets one restore the shine and beauty of those furniture pieces that lie close to one’s heart.

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There is so much more you can get out of using Berger Imperia Breathe Easy. In addition to being a great option to bring back the lost beauty of old wooden furniture pieces, this is a wonderful choice for those with a creative bent of mind and enthusiastic DIYers!

If you like investing in unique, custom-made furniture pieces rather than going with ready-made, mass-produced furniture items displayed at stores, this is a product you can completely rely on!

You can bring in a furniture designer to make unique pieces of furniture for your home and invest in Berger Imperia Breathe Easy, which is sure to lend not only an aesthetic appeal but provide long-lasting protection from troublesome problems such as algae and fungi.

Final Thoughts

While you focus on wooden furniture using wood paint, don’t let the walls in the background remain in the background! Make sure they complement and not mar the beauty of your wooden furniture. For interesting insights on wall paints, click here.

For more creative solutions using Berger Imperia Breathe Easy, you can contact Berger Express Painting. SMS ‘XP’ to 56767 or ring up our toll-free number – 1800 103 6030.

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