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Livos oil: the most stain resistant products!

You're having a nice and joyful evening but now... too bad!, you just realized that your guest spilled his glass of wine on your beautiful oiled wooden countertop. A little embarrassed, he was away and now tells you what he did... after 20 minutes. You wipe but it's done, the counter is stained.

Wouldn’t it be nice if you just had to tell him: "Don’t worry!" And wipe the spilled wine and see a beautiful wood countertop with no stain left!

 

In this article you will discover how Livos products can guarantee you better stain resistance compared to the competition.



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Restoring your window has become a real head-scratcher? Please read this post!

Your old wooden windows are 25? 50? 100 years old? Worn, damaged and covered with a peeling paint, they completely lost their former look. Is the glass of your window damaged? Or is it the casing or the sash? It may be tempting to replace them with white PVC windows for the modern look but if your goal is a good return on investment by saving on energy costs, you might be surprised to learn that you will have to wait 100 years or even 250 years before seeing the color of your money, much more than the average life of these new windows1

(1) Harris, J. and Blasnik, M. (2007) Reference design guide for highly energy efficient residential construction. 64 pages. (https://library.cee1.org/system/files/library/1755/935.pdf)



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How to ensure the stripping of antique furniture?

Your antique furniture dates from before the twentieth century? It is a safe bet that it is a work of handmade cabinetmaker, a unique work of art. To maintain the market value of your furniture, it is important not to repaint it. The wood is noble and your furniture too. The latter has its own shade, hue, and DNA. If you still want to repaint your furniture, be careful however to apply a primer first so that the paint is not absorbed by the furniture. If you come to change your mind, it will be possible to return to natural wood without damaging the furniture.
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