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At Rubio Monocoat, time never stands still. We are always working on an innovation, often several at once. Our Rubio family is expanding every month, with convinced users in all corners of the world. Would you like to stay informed of all the changes? Check this page regularly, or register for our newsletter at the bottom of this page.

  • Project of the month - September 2022
    This beautiful Rubio Monocoat finish strikes a chord
    Wood deserves to be well protected, especially when it comes to a beautiful musical instrument. This beautiful guitar from Canada was given a protective layer of Oil Plus 2C so that it can be played for years to come. Read more
  • Project of the month - August 2022
    Castle floor renovated with Rubio Monocoat
    Ter Borcht Castle in Meulebeke has existed for centuries, so it was high time to renovate the building. The oak and larch floors were treated with Oil Plus 2C in the colours Pure and White 5%. Read more
  • Rubio Family Day
    Rubio Family Day: een dag om ons personeel te verwennen
    De afgelopen jaren is Rubio Monocoat enorm gegroeid. Door de coronacrisis en de lockdowns was het echter moeilijk om die groei te delen en vieren met onze werknemers. Ter ere van de opening van ons nieuwe magazijn nodigden we onze werknemers dan ook uit voor een personeelsfeest. Read more
  • Project of the month - July 2022
    A floor renovation in the Hungarian Opera House? That calls for Rubio Monocoat!
    The Hungarian State Opera House was built in 1884 and was in urgent need of renovation in 2016. The Swedish floor in the impressive Auditorium was treated with Oil Plus 2C, giving it a quality protection. In addition, the original colour was reinstated. Read more
  • Project of the month - June 2022
    Put on the grill: our wood protection at a summer barbecue
    At Caspero Design, our Hybrid Wood Protector is literally put on the grill. Or next to it, anyway. Their teppanyaki bars are made from Afzelia tropical hardwood, which is protected with Hybrid Wood Protector. Whether they pass the test? Definitely! Read more
  • Project of the month - May 2022
    Celebrating an event in (Rubio Monocoat) style
    A stylish event location? That is Felix Oostende. Not only the historical aspect of the building and the successful furnishing make the location cosy, the finish with Rubio Moncoat completes the decor! Read more
  • Project of the month - April 2022
    All in one thanks to the learning tower with chalkboard, chair, steps, table, …
    A learning tower is convenient for every family. This way children can learn from their parents independently by simply climbing onto the safe stool and watching along. Anna from Barcelona devised a version of the learning tower which allows it to be transformed into a chalkboard, chair, table, etc. She wanted to protect her creations with a childproof wood treatment. Considering the Food Contact Compliance and Toy Safety certificates, Rubio Monocoat Oil Plus 2C was the logical choice!
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  • Project of the month - March 2022
    A natural wood look in the showroom of Pan Parket
    The showroom of Pan Parket is one that invites thanks to the lounge bar, pool table and tasteful interior. Of course, the natural wood look with Rubio Monocoat products also has something to do with it. To keep the wood as natural as possible, the colours White 5% and Pure of the product Oil Plus 2C were chosen. Read more
  • Project of the month - February 2022
    Kündekari art in the Çamlıca mosque
    The Çamlıca mosque in Istanbul is the biggest mosque of Turkey and can be seen from everywhere in the metropolis. The impressive building contains a lot of wood that was manufactured according to the ancient art form of ‘Kündekari’. To protect the wood, a treatment with Rubio Monocoat was chosen. Read more
  • Project of the month - January 2022
    A triple threat: fun and inspiration at the Rubio Headquarters
    The head offices of Rubio Monocoat are expanding. We’re not only constructing a new building, we’re also adding some new meeting rooms. Of course, new tables were a must and it goes without saying that we wanted to make them ourselves. So on our very first Wood Makers Day we went to work, with this beautiful outcome as a result. With a little imagination, you could even recognise the Belgian flag! Read more
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