Care for your wood as you care for your skin


Wood is a sign of distinction, quality, design and comfort. It is a live material, whose extraordinary beauty and resistance are affected by the passage of time and the effect of external agents in the same way as our skins.

To keep our wood as beautiful and healthy as it was the first day, with the potential to appeal to all our senses, we must care for it in the same way as we care for our skin: preventing, protecting and restoring it with specific products of high quality and high efficiency, to enhance it both in appearance and in performance.

What affects wood?


The same external agents that affected the wood on the tree will continue to affect it when it has been turned into a construction element:  U.V. rays from the sun, damp, insects and fungus. In order to protect wood and keep its natural characteristics we need treatments that take into account the type and intensity of exposure to those agents.


Agentes atmosféricos

Atmospheric agents


Humidity causes wood to swell and crack, and also encourages the appearance of fungus.
Extreme temperatures unbalance the humidity rate, causing cracks to appear and wood to deform.
U.V. rays from the sun discolour the wood and turn its vivid colours into shades of grey.





Xylophagous larvae are the offspring of coleopteran insects (the beetle family) who use wood for nourishment and development until they are adults. Humidity facilitates their reproduction and development.
Termites feed on the cellulose to be found inside wood and in other materials. As they hide from light, they attack the interior of the wood, leaving no kind of mark on the surface.




The humidity content in wood is of vital importance when it comes to fungus development and spore germination. Amongst all the fungi associated with wood we should draw special attention to chromogenous fungi, frequently affecting conifers, which do not affect the wood itself, but which add a bluish/black colouring, and rot-producing fungi, which harm the wood itself and produce colour changes. Preventive measures must be taken.