Difference between covering products and glazes
Pigmentation and layer thickness play a key role in the life of coatings. As a general rule , the thinner the coating, the faster the coating degrades and the more regular the maintenance intervals will be .
Outdoors, taking into account the thermal load and stresses on the surfaces , it is recommended to use light to medium-light colors . In the sun, dark surfaces can reach a temperature of 80 ° C. On very resinous woods, this type of temperature can cause resin flows which alter the adhesion of the coating or the appearance of the surface. As high temperatures cause more drying, they can also cause cracking.
Layer thickness 60 μm - 100 μm
Layer thickness 30 μm - 80 μm
Does not (practically) form a film