|Manufacturer||TV Non-Branded Items (Home Improvement)|
|Item Weight||2.12 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.39 x 4.59 x 7.44 inches|
|Item model number||87232S|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Color||Boiled Linseed Oil|
|Style||Boiled Linseed Oil|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||(1) Quart|
Sunnyside Corporation 87232S Boiled Linseed Oil, Quart
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- Penetrates and protects wood creating a quality finish for wood furniture and antiques
- Enhances natural wood tones and grain patterns of wood
- Extends and fortifies oil-based paints and coatings
- Apply to unfinished wood only
- Fast drying, usually within 12-18 hours depending on conditions
- Derived From The Seed Of The Flax Plant
- Assure A Uniformly, Tough, Elastic And Glossy Film
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From the manufacturer
Pure Raw Linseed Oil versus Boiled Linseed Oil
Both are fantastic options for:
- Protecting and sealing unfinished wood
- Reviving faded, weathered wood
- Sealing wood from water marks and nicks
- Extends and fortifies oil-based paints & stains to offer a beautiful, protective gloss finish
- Pure Raw Linseed Oil is in it's purest form so it takes a long time to dry, 2-4 hours.
- Boiled Linseed Oil has been formulated to dry faster, 12-18 hours. It's not for use on projects that will be food related such as vegetable gardens, butcher block countertops & cutting boards.
With both Pure Raw and Boiled Linseed Oil: read all precautions, ventilate your work area well, and dispose of application rags immediately after each use in a sealed water-filled metal container to prevent spontaneous combustion & fire.
Natural Wood Protector
Pure Raw Linseed Oil delivers natural protection to wood from water, weather and wear.
Extend the Lifespan
Apply onto unfinished wood or mix into oil-based paints and stains to extend and fortify the life of your wood.
Breathe New Life
Wood exposed to the elements can fade and look tired. Bring it back to life drawing out the natural wood grain and shine.
Seal Metal from Rust & More
Pure Raw Linseed Oil protects more than just wood. Use on metal tools to stop rust in its tracks.
|Boiled Linseed Oil||Pure Raw Linseed Oil||Pure Odorless Paint Thinner||Low Odor Mineral Spirits|
|Ideal For:||Wood protection & sealant at a faster speed||Natural wood protection & sealant||Thinning paints, especially interior work in areas sensitive to smells & toxins||Refined solvent for thinning & cleaning|
|Other Uses:||Revives aged wood, protects metal from rust||Safe for use on vegetable gardens & butcher blocks, protects metal from rust||Dissolving grease, grime & oil||Cleaning paint rollers & brushes, dissolving sticky residue|
|Evaporation Speed:||Slow, 12-18 Hours||Very Slow, 2-4 Days||Medium-Fast||Medium|
|Sizes Available:||Quart, Gallons & Bulk Packs||Quart, Gallons & Bulk Packs||Quart, Gallons & Bulk Packs||Quart, Gallons & Bulk Packs|
Boiled Linseed Oil extends and fortifies oil-based paints and coatings creating a quality finish on fine wood and antiques. Boiled Linseed Oil brings out the natural wood tones and grain patterns of wood. Boiled linseed oil penetrates and seals unfinished wood surfaces protecting against scratches, nicks, and watermarks. Boiled Linseed Oil improves the flow, leveling and durability of oil-based paints and adds a nice gloss to the final finish.
From the Manufacturer
Founded in 1893, Sunnyside Corporation manufactures paint solvents, safer paint removers, paint additives and cleaners for home center, hardware and paint retailers nationwide. Quality has been our hallmark for over 125 years. Under the fourth generation of family leadership, Sunnyside has provided trusted home improvement products for the professional and the do-it yourselfer. “Innovative Products for Today and Tomorrow.”
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Though, not according to my cat. He used to love spending his mornings stalking the garage until breakfast. Now, he hates the way the garage smells as much as the dryer running or the washing machine on the spin cycle.
Listen, if the cat doesn't like the garage now, I'm okay with that. I don't have to worry about him lurking in some dark corner trying to decide if the spider he's found looks friendly or might cost me my savings.
Needless to say, the bench was dehydrated and drank up all the linseed oil I gave it. It went from looking sun bleached to resembling teak wood, and Dad didn't make me anything out of teak wood.
By Laurie A. Williams on May 23, 2020