Vermont Natural Coatings, manufacturer of high performance naturally derived whey-based wood finishes, recently introduced new Heirloom Wipe-On PolyWhey, a durable, safe furniture finish with the look and feel of traditional hand rubbed finishes. To celebrate the launch, the company posted 12 Tips to Finish Like a Pro with Heirloom Wipe-On PolyWhey.
“Hobbyists and homeowners as well as professionals can easily produce a superior quality finish with Heirloom Wipe-On PolyWhey,” said Vermont Natural Coatings Founder and President Andrew B. Meyer. “We collaborated with Vermont craftspeople and furniture professionals to develop what arguably is the most durable, beautiful and easiest to apply furniture finish available.”
In addition to being used to finish furniture, Heirloom Wipe-On PolyWhey can be used on surfaces like countertops, butcher blocks and wooden bowls because it contains none of the toxic chemicals found in traditional finishes. Vermont Natural Coatings is a locally based, environmentally sustainable business producing naturally derived wood finishes. PolyWhey is new science in wood finish technology, utilizing a patented formula with whey, a byproduct of cheese making, as its linchpin ingredient.
Heirloom Wipe-On PolyWhey delivers a rich, uniform finish. The formula has unsurpassed leveling and flow for easy application with a clean, lint-free cloth, quality synthetic or foam brush or paint pad. Cleanup is with soap and water. It is available in satin and gloss.
Vermont Natural Coatings, located in the Northeast Kingdom Vermont community of Hardwick, manufactures a full line of floor, furniture and exterior wood finishes that have been named a Top 10 Building Product. Its products have been heralded as meeting the highest environmental and professional standards. The PolyWhey line of natural finishes is available in more than 325 stores throughout the United States and Canada.
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