A type of finish used on hardwood to protect it from damage. Polyurethane finishes do not require waxing.
Usually a two-component system that may have a higher solids content than lacquers. Takes somewhat longer to dry than lacquer. A highly durable finish which, as a result, is very difficult to repair.
In finishing usually a two component system that has a higher solids content than lacquers.
A durable, long-lasting midsole material.
Widely used for outsole heel lifts and as a finish for patent leathers.
An extremely durable surface finish used on surfaces that have heavy usage. Only slightly darkens wood. Comes in matte or gloss.