Patines are based on dispersed color pigments and provide a light coverage. Patine needs to be applied between individual paint layers and serves as a shading effect to imitate an antique appearance. After drying, patines have to be abraded with Scotch Brite in order to ensure a gradual and beautiful color transition.
Soens distinguishes two types of patines: brush and dry patine. The first one contains a small amount of binder which enables the patine to be rubbed in with a cloth. Dry patines is mostly applied by spraying.Download product information
At Korthals you’re assured of reliable and lasting quality. The formulation of our products always remains constant!
For many years, Korthals has been a specialist in the production and development of industrial lacquers.
Regardless color, structure or composition, at Korthals fast delivery is always part of the deal.
Are you not entirely sure which wood stain suits your needs best? Patine is most often used in circumstances in which the following properties are of great importance:
Soens’s patines are available in several colors. Don’t hesitate to ask us about the possibilities!
By processing metals such as steel with anti-corrosion coatings, corrosion will be prevented.