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Furniture Clinic Boiled Linseed Oil for Wood Furniture & More | 17 oz Refined Oil | Glossy Finish for furniture, table tops, stone & metal
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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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SUPERIOR QUALITY OIL FOR ALL TYPES OF WOOD
Our Boiled Linseed Oil is the key to forming the slightly glossy finish that showcases wood perfection. How does it work? This oil has been treated with hot air, allowing it to dry quickly as it is applied. The oil gently penetrates wood, effectively forming a tough finish to seal and protect the wood’s surface.
It wouldn’t be a Furniture Clinic product if it didn’t have multiple applications, so it’s important to note that our Boiled Linseed Oil is completely safe to use on all types of wood, apart from exterior items made from oak. Here are a few common applications for this oil:
Kitchen and Dining Room Furniture
Our Boiled Linseed Oil is completely safe to use on all types of wood, making it a must have item for a variety of applications!
COVERAGE & SHELF LIFE
250ml will cover roughly 50 square feet
500ml will cover roughly 100 square feet
1 Litre will cover roughly 200 square feet
5 Litres will cover roughly 1000 square feet
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.
Easy to Use
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.
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.
Years of Use - From a Brand You Can Trust
When you partner with Furniture Clinic for your leather, fabric, and wood needs, you receive more than the great service and quick shipping. You also receive unmatched product value: not only are each of our products tested and held to a high standard, they also arrive at your home with the assurance of an above-average shelf life for more than one use. This product, for example, will last for many years following its arrival at your home, if kept in a cool, dry place with the lid tightly closed.
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First used it on my hammer's wood handle and it has restored the beauty of the wood. Had this hammer for nearly 20 years and got a LOT of use out of it. The wood was in good shape but visibly used & old. Putting about 10-15 coats of this oil on it has made it look almost brand new again.
Now I'm currently using it on the Hickory handle of my Council Tools Woodcraft 24" Axe.
I've put on about 10 coats (out of 20 planned) and it has already begun to show a beautiful finish on the axe handle. It was already a beautiful and smooth piece of wood, but after applying this oil it has really brought out the wood grain and has already created a very nice lustre as well. Can't wait to see what it looks like after the full job is done.
The only thing I would advise other users is to be mindful of how they dispose of any rags, gloves, etc...that are used for application of the oil. It's certainly not dangerous in and of itself, but in some cases it has been known to become unstable and possibly catch fire/blow if you dispose of carelessly, crumble up oil-soaked rags in the garbage with no breathing room or without washing them. Extremely easy to avoid any of these issues, though.
Me personally I apply with a disposable glove - sometimes in tandem with a paper towel or small hand-rag. Once finished, I rinse the glove & rags with warm water and either Palmolive or Dawn dish soap prior to throwing in the trash. Dawn works best for oil/grease but Palmolive has also been good for this. I've done it this way daily and had absolutely NO problems. Doing your clean-up this way simultaneously creates peace of mind and minimizes any lingering smell from permeating the garbage bag/trash can. I have never had any problems this way.
Overall I definitely recommend this product for any wood treatments you have around the house. It's great.
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.
When I used the oil, I put down a layer, maybe two, and then two layers of Rejuvenate over that to help restore the wood until we get it refinished.
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.