Boiled Linseed Oil for Wood Furniture Polish

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Product description: Penetrates wood to form a tough & slightly glossy finish. Our Boiled Linseed Oil gives a professional finish to all woods.

Boiled Linseed Oil

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Penetrates wood to form a tough & slightly glossy finish.

Ideal for;

  • All types of wood (except exterior oak)
  • Table tops and food preparation surfaces
  • Cricket bats, snooker cues & musical instruments
  • Front doors & outside furniture
  • Terracotta tiles, concrete and other stone items

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About the product

Similar to linseed oil, our Boiled Linseed Oil is a superior quality oil that has been treated with hot air so it dries quicker forming a tough, hard wearing & slightly glossy finish. 


Treated Wooden Table & Chairs


Suitable for use on almost all wooden surfaces, terracotta tiles and all porous stone, the oil penetrates and seals the surface providing protection for interior and exterior surfaces.


Suitable For:

Our Boiled Linseed oil is completely safe to use on all types of wood, apart from exterior items made from oak.

Suitable for sealing and protecting wood situated both in the home and externally it can be used for an endless variety of wooden surfaces including;

Kitchen & dining room furniture

Coffee tables

Occasional pieces

Fire surrounds

Bedroom furniture

Garden Furniture

Coverage & Shelf Life:

250ml will cover roughly 5m2

500ml will cover roughly 10m2

1 Litre will cover roughly 20m2

5 Litres will cover roughly 100m2

If kept in a cool, dry place, in the original container and with the lid tightly closed Boiled Linseed Oil has a shelf life of many years.

Instructions

Step 1.

Ensure the surface is clean and dry before application.

Step 2.

Apply onto a lint free cotton cloth and wipe over the wooden surface following the direction of the grain, leave for 20 minutes and wipe off any surplus oil with the same cloth.

Step 3.

Leave for 24 hours for the oil to dry and apply a second coat wiping off any excess after 20 minutes.
 
The surface can be gently rubbed with fine steel wool in between coats to improve final results.

Step 4.

Apply a final coat of oil and leave for 48 hours before use. Additional coats can be applied depending on your requirements. For maintenance, re-apply once a year or more frequently for heavily used surfaces.

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