Rubio Monocoat Colors

Trying to decide what product to use on your next wide plank project? Rubio Monocoat is a great option for wide plank hardwood floors. Here’s why:

  1. It’s durable – This is a European hardening oil that provides the floor with lasting protection. It will protect not only the wood itself, but it also provides outstanding color durability, so your floors will still look great several years down the line! Rubio Monocoat manages to provide all of this protection while being free of VOCs.
  2. It’s highly customizable – Rubio Monocoat comes in over 40 different colors, and there are 14 different pretreatments available. With all of these options, it’s simple to create the look your clients want. You can easily recreate designer floors and really make your beautiful wide plank floors the star of the room.
  3. It’s easy to use – When you use Rubio Monocoat Oil Plus, all you need is a single coat! And if there is any damage to the floor, it’s easy for your clients to fix. There’s no need to re-sand; just clean the floor, buff on a bit more Rubio Monocoat, buff off the excess, and it will look great again.

If you’re looking for a wide plank floor finish that’s durable, easy to use, and customizable, look no further than Rubio Monocoat.

Rubio Monocoat colors allow us to both color and seal wood floors in one convenient application. Monocoat contains no harmful VOC’s and is completely non toxic. Rubio’s colors can also be mixed, and when coupled with our pretreatments & precolors the options for colors is endless.

How can this stuff actually color the floor and seal it in just one application? Here is what they say about it on their website!

“Monocoat adheres with the first microns of wood by molecular bonding… because of molecular bonding, no surface film can form, and no variable saturation can occur. Not only is a second coat not required, the finished wood will not accept a second coat.”

We have stain colors too!

Interested in stain colors? Tom & Peter Flooring  offers many different shades of wood floor stains;

from modern gray / charcoal colors, white washed looks, nearly black floors and every color in between. Stain Colors