Application: Indoors. All kinds of wooden surfaces – furniture, walls, ceilings, etc. For uncoated surfaces as well as for previously oiled surfaces. Also can be used as a primer for concrete, metal, plaster, etc, and for diluting boiled linseed oil stains and paints. Widely used in restoration projects.
Drying time: 24 hours at average temperature of +20 (± 2) ̊C. Low temperature, high humidity and wood moisture content can result in extended drying time.
Preparation of the surface:
- surface must be dry and clean, free from dust and with no rosin residue
- moisture content of wood cannot exceed 18%
- product can be used only if the surface has been cleaned of previous coat(s) of chemical coating
- it is recommended to use the product in average temperatures between +10 ̊C. – +25 ̊C. Do not use on a sun heated surface.
Consumption: 1 liter in a single coat covers
- rough sawn timber ~5-8 m2
- planed timber ~8-12 m2
- hardwood ~30-36 m2
These consumption parameters are merely indicative; your consumption might differ from these parameters.
Course of work:
! Previous layer(s) of chemical coating must be removed.
Recommended to apply in one layer.
- for application use short bristle brushes, rollers and spray; cotton cloth or paper towels for wiping
- product must be applied evenly, layer has to be as thin as possible
- allow the product to soak for 20-30 min. after applying to planed timber or hardwood, thoroughly wipe excess product with a clean cloth or paper towels
- there is no need to wipe excess oil from unprocessed wood, distribute excess product across the surface.
Packaging: 100 g, 1l, 3l, 10l.
It is recommended to clean used tools with natural turpentine or soapy water.
Store the product away from children in thoroughly sealed packaging. Opened products must be thoroughly sealed after each use. Store in room temperature, away from sunlight. Do not store near food. In storage room avoid any ignition hazards – smoking near product is forbidden.
Expiration date: 3 years
Materials soaked with boiled linseed oil are under the risk of self-ignition! Immediately after use, paper towels or cloth must be burned or soaked in water and disposed. Avoid spilling into surrounding environment, ground water and oil.