Roslag mahogany has long been a valued choice for impregnation and treatment of outdoor surfaces. This classic mixture of equal parts tar, linseed oil and balsamic turpentine gives a matt, water-repellent surface that is ideal for things like log doors, piers and wind screens.
Its composition makes it not only protective against weather and wind, but also rustproof on iron parts. Over time, the unpigmented, golden yellow darkens to a brown color, which adds a natural charm to wooden surfaces.
For those who desire a more specific color, rosewood mahogany offers the possibility of pigmentation. From traditional red weatherboards to black or brown shades for new wood, rosewood mahogany offers a customizable solution for every need.