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INTERIOR TIMBER FINISHES

Doors &
Windows
Joinery
& Panels
Exposed
Beams
Timber Furniture
Children's
Cots & Toys
Cladding
Furniture
         

Ecowoodoil's Danish Style Oil is a pure, natural plant oil product formulated to better reflect the original, heavy-oil mixes that gave the traditional “Danish Oil” its renown.

It is a clear penetrative finishing oil for all internal timbers with the exception of wet areas, benchtops and flooring. It has been designed to highlight and finish your timber with a warm enhancement to obtain traditional patina results.

Being made from only natural Plant Oils and therefore "food safe", it is also ideal for woodworking and Children's Toys. The natural ingerdients will also ensure that the oil will not solidify in the can after opening.

   
COLOURS:

Clear - Danish Oil comes in Clear only as standard. Should you be seeking staining options, please contact Technical Support.

 
   
SIZES:

500ml, 1litre and 4 litre cans, 10 litre drums

   

APPLICATION:

KEY PREPARATION TIP: The remains of any prior, (non Ecowoodoil or Organoil) finishes, must be removed entirely by sanding the surface back to raw timber. A higher standard of finishing will be achieved by fine preparatory sanding.

KEY APPLICATION TIP: Apply 2 coats to raw timber and 1 coat when reappapplying. Aways rub in/rub off excess oil after every application.

WAXING AND POLISHING: Should you be wax-finishing over this product one coat of oil would suffice, though permit application of oil to cure a min. 14 days before waxing or polishing.

WET AREAS: Danish Style Oil is not suitable for internal wet areas (Bathrooms and Laundrys) - Ecowoodoil's Garden Furniture Oil with it's anti-fungal oils and beeswax additives would best address timbers in these locations.

MAINTENANCE: Prior to re-application, wipe over surfaces with solution of warm water and wood alcohol (methylated spirits) – use with synthetic scourer for difficult to remove grime. Re-oil (ONE coat) as necessary.

CLEAN UP: with warm soapy water or Gum Turpentine.

COVERAGE: These estimates are quoted in square metres per litre. Actual Coverage will depend on the type of timber and its preparation. Bear in mind that unnecessarily using too much oil not only costs you more but could also lead to a tacky finish and possible whitening when moisture contacts excess oil residues.

Timber Type
Condition
1st Coat
2nd or Recoat
SOFTWOOD
Dressed
9
12
Rough Sawn
5
8
   
HARDWOOD
Dressed
12
20
Rough Sawn
10
18

OTHER: Always refer to the can's label for comprehensive instructions. See our "How to Guides" for preparing Brand New Timbers and Weathered Timbers prior to Oiling.