Boiled Linseed Oil - 8.5 Fl. Oz. (250ml)
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- Boiled Linseed Oil is a superior quality oil, forming a tough, hard wearing finish
- Suitable for all types of wood (with the exception of exterior oak)
- Also ideal for terracotta tiles, concrete and other stone items
- Forms an attractive, subtle, glossy finish
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Similar to linseed oil, 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. 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. Our Boiled Linseed oil is completely safe to use on all types of wood, apart from exterior items made from oak.
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|Color||—||Yellow||Clear||Butcher Block Conditioner|
|Item Dimensions||—||3.25 x 2 x 8.62 in||2 x 2 x 6.5 in||3 x 1.85 x 7.88 in|
|Item Weight||—||1 lb||0.5 lb||1 lb|
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Top Customer Reviews
One bottle lasts a long time & I believe that it is worth the cost and minimal effort to apply on the handles of your wooden tools. This way they can last as long as possible therefore ensuring you get your money's worth out of it.
I recommend this product.
Be aware that this stuff is combustible (spontaneously) so you must take due care with rags afterwards. Once you use the rag to apply it rinse it off, flatten it out, and do not stack multiple rags together.