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Closer to natural

Timber floor specialist Junckers adapts its UltraMatt Lacquer to create a more natural, matt finish

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Oak variation boards
Oak variation boards

Junckers has reformulated its popular UltraMatt Lacquer finishing product to give an even more matt appearance on floors. Recognising the trend for natural looking wood and the growing demand for floors that look ‘unfinished’, the new formula is the most natural looking lacquer on the market. Even though it looks just like an oiled finish with no surface sheen, the new lacquer gives the floor superior protection against spills and scuffs. The natural, matt appearance of the floor combined with a highly durable, easy to clean surface has made UltraMatt lacquer Junckers’ best selling finish product – more than 80% of all pre-finished floors are sealed with it.

All Junckers pre-finished floorboards are now available with UltraMatt Lacquer, ready for immediate use once installed. The new formula enhances the natural beauty of the various timbers Junckers offers, including oak, ash, black oak and beech. Junckers solid hardwood floors are popular with architects and designers for their long-length planks, the true mark of a high quality floor, and for their suitability for use over underfloor heating.

  • Oak variation boards
    Oak variation boards
  • Solid oak boards
    Solid oak boards
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For more information and technical support visit: www.junckers.co.uk

 

Contact:

01376 534 700

@junckersfloors


 

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