Finish

The staircase is finished in production according to rational and environmentally friendly methods. Different finishes are recommended for different types of wood, contact your sales representative for more information.
Coating is performed as standard on MDF-covered pine frame or birch for those who want solid wood.
Here you can find recommended combinations of our most common woods and finishes.

Ash matte varnish

Spara Spara Spara Spara Spara Spara Spara

Spara

Oak matte varnish

Spara Spara Spara Spara Spara Spara Spara Spara

Spara

Pine, matte varnish

Spara Spara Spara Spara Spara

Spara

Coating

Performed on mdf and birchSparaSparaSparaSparaSpara Spara Spara Spara Spara Spara

Spara

Ash L03

Faintly white varnish

Oak L02

Faint white varnish

Pine L03

Faint white varnishSpara Spara Spara

Spara

NCS S 0502-y

Warm white color

Ash L20

White varnish

Oak L03

White varnish

Pine L20

White varnish

NCS S 050o N

Neutral white

Ash B10

Stained walnut

Oak oil

Oiled

Pine B8

Stained oak

NCS S 2500 N

Neutral light gray

Ash B12

Stained black

Oak B8

Stained oak

Pine B5

Stained brown

NCS S 3500 N

Neutral gray

Pine B715

Stained black coated

NCS S 9000 N

Black, only on MDF

Yellowing: normally occurs if softwood is coated, stained/varnished or surface treated with coloured clear varnishes. We therefore disclaim all liability for any complaints in these respects.

Coating Coating on steps does not have a lower quality than coating on rails and stringers but the degree of wear is significantly higher on the step, especially in the walkway. I.E. the abrasion of the paint will be visible considerable faster and also the step will wear unevenly. This type of wear is not a sufficent for returns.