Lacquering is a painting process through which you get a saturated colouring of a wooden material that completely covers the wood grain.

The effect produced by lacquering is an almost plastic effect, as the colour is uniform and compact on all the surface. You can lacquer wood of any colour and you can get a matt or polished effect, depending on your tastes and needs. The coating is performed on wood surfaces sanded and infused with polyurethane solvent or water primer.

The more suitable materials for this coating are the MDF and solid toulipier, while open-pore woods such as, for example, oak and chestnut, are not optimal.