Boiled Linseed Oil LRC43

Boiled Linseed Oil LRC43
Boiled Linseed Oil LRC43

Boiled Linseed Oil LRC43

Regular price ₹ 770.00
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  • Carbon neutral
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  • Superior Quality: Double boiled and treated with hot air, the oil ensures faster drying and harder coating. 
  •  Protective Barrier: Offers waterproof protection and enhances the natural grain pattern.
  •  Diverse Use: Ideal for both interior and exterior wood surfaces, compliant with articles in contact with food regulations.
  • Perfect Finish: Forms a tough, durable, premium satin sheen finish.

Note :

Suitable for every type of wood except exterior oak.

Caution :

Keep the product away from sources of ignition. Lay used rags flat to dry thoroughly before disposal. Dispose of used rags separately, avoiding bundling. Do not leave rags in direct sunlight as they can combust. 

  • Furniture 
  • Home interiors
  • Wooden sports equipments
  • Musical Instruments
  • Children's toys 
  • Stone
  • Brick
  • Terracotta
  • Porous Stones
  • Step 1: Ensure all surfaces are thoroughly cleaned and dried before application. 
  • Step 2: Shake the bottle well and apply the Boiled Linseed Oil.
  • Step 3: Allow the oil to soak and wipe off the excess.
  • Step 4: Let it cure completely.
  • Clean and dry the surface to be treated. For natural stone, use a dedicated stone cleaner. 
  • Brush off any debris and allow them to dry thoroughly after cleaning with a water and soap solution, for timber.
  • Then, apply the boiled linseed oil to a brush or lint-free cloth and rub it onto the surface in the direction of the grain.
  • The first application can be diluted with turpentine up to 25% for increased penetration into the pores and grain pattern.
  • Wait 15 to 30 minutes for the oil to soak and clear any excess oil.
  • Allow it to fully cure for 24 hours. 
  • For best results, sand gently between applications using ultra-fine steel wool 0000 or a 2000 grit sandpaper foam pad to smooth out any flaws.
  • After the initial curing period, apply extra coats to improve the patina and protection. 
  • Keep surfaces protected with annual application. 

 

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