|Part Number||Odie's Oxi Oil 9oz.|
|Item Weight||14.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.8 x 2.9 x 3.7 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Odie's Oxi Oil 9oz
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Odie’s Oxi Oil is a proprietary blend of oils and waxes, born out of inspiration, hard work and a driving need to solve problems specific to the woodworker. The culmination of 30+ years of research, development and field testing in the most extreme environments produced a revolutionary product that outperforms the competition. Oxi Oil contains natural oxidizing oils that darken wood as it ages, adding contrast and patina with age. It’s easy to use either alone or with other Odie’s Oil Finish products to add polish and sheen. And just like Odie’s Oil Clear, it’s a food-safe, solvent free, nontoxic wood finish and stabilizer. Odie’s Oxi Oil is great for interior applications – doors, floors, furniture, bowls, cutting boards, kitchen implements, and toys – and also works well as a friction polish for woodturners. Made in the USA.
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What I can say, is that I've applied Odie's oxi oil on recommendation from a local Rocker woodworking employee to a live edge piece of furniture I built from jobillo wood. Jobillo wood is impressively hard stuff (concerned about it's ability to absorb), which I finished with a random orbital sander with a 600 grit finish. I was targeting ~300, but was able to continue to see swirl marks, so went a few steps further.
I tried the oil at garage temperature (Seattle, ~50's), and it was a little harder to work with. Inside, the product's viscosity lessened, and it was a lot easer to work with. I applied a thin layer using a microfiber cloth, and let it sit for ~2 hours. I then proceeded to "buff" it using a microfiber cloth attached to my random orbital sander (on low, ~1000 rpm). The end result is brilliant, colours popped, and the wood took on a high gloss shine. I have noticed that it takes a few days for the oil to really set. After about the 3rd day it seems to have cured fully, and is a lot less susceptible to smudges & scratches.
In short, I love it, and look forward to using it again. Did I mention, it smells great too?
Using it on dark wood works fine and the finish is nice. The heart wood of elm and ash does stain but you have to look for it.
Neither the lids of the wax or oil gives a satisfying seal. The wax is close to useless as it has harden.
Considering the price and the hype that it is "the best" oil I'm not satisfied with the product.