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Innovative, environment/product-friendly, raw material-saving wood bleaching/mark-removing processes and additives ( for veneers, rotary veneers, rotary veneers, plywood, blockwood)

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Bleach blesses wood preservation and restoration

Cheaper and safer manufactured wooden products may soon be available, thanks to new bleaching and mark-removing technologies for recycled wood.

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Bleaching is pretty much a standard when wanting to revamp your old clothes with better and brighter colours. Bleaching wood however, is something altogether different. As such, Saint Peter's bleach is of considerable value for wood related industries. Not only does it revamp old wood that would have been discarded as unsuitable due to discoloration from paints, weathering or any other form of colouring, it also removes moulds, fungi and the ingrained stains they leave behind. Saint Peter's bleach scores points elsewhere too. It has the added attraction of being fire resistant as well as environmentally harmless, satisfactorily meeting the American Threshold Limit Values and Biological Exposure Indices for toxic emissions and pollutants. Safe for the environment and the worker means that everyone is happy. Due to this innovative product, more attractive, cheaper and better preserved wood products may soon reach the market as recycled wood products may have an impact that reverberates throughout the wood industry. Certainly it'll reduce overheads due to weathering and infestation, allowing producers to cut down on expenses. Long-term effects might mean that in a way, preserving your cupboard today might help preserve a forest tomorrow.

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