Barrettine Danish Oil 500ml
£7.00 (inc. VAT)
A high quality, clear danish Oil for interior and exterior wood. Ideal for doors, woodturning, oak timbers and much more.
Perfect for doors, panelling, woodturning, oak timbers and more
Can also be used on non-food preparation kitchen surfaces
Restores the look and lustre of the wood
Will not crack, flake or peel
Very High VOC
No. of coats: 2-3
coverage to: 10m² per litre
Drying time:6 hrs
Barrettine Danish Oil - Safety Information
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Ensure wood to be oiled is clean, smooth, dry and free from wax, dust and any other surface contaminants.
New or Bare Timber
Bare wood may be stained or dyed with either a water-based or solvent-based wood stain or dye before finishing with Barrettine Danish Oil
Do not apply a knotting agent or sanding sealer
Remove any mould or algae with Barrettine Mould and Mildew Cleaner
Any existing instances of woodworm can be treated with Barrettine Premier Woodworm Killer
Fill any gaps or splits in the wood with a suitable wood filler
Previously Coated Timber
Ensure that all previous paints and varnishes are removed by sanding back to bare wood or using a suitable paint and varnish remover
Previously waxed surfaces should be thoroughly scrubbed with white spirit
Wipe away the dissolved wax or polish with a clean lint-free cloth
Wipe the surface with water to test that all of the wax has been removed
Repeat the process if the water continues to bead on the surface of the wood
Always do a small test area to confirm performance and compatibility before starting any project and follow the manufacturer's instructions on the container at all times.
Barrettine Danish Oil should be applied at a room temperature of between 15°C - 25°C Do not apply below 5°C. Stir/shake well before use.
Apply the Danish Oil liberally with a clean, lint-free cloth or natural bristle brush, and wipe off any surplus oil after a few minutes
For a superior smooth danish oil finish, the final coat may be applied using a plastic scouring pad, rubbing in the direction of the grain and wiping away any surplus with a soft, lint-free cloth
For a smooth, silky finish, lightly sand the danish Oil between coats with fantastic sandpaper or wire wool
Re-coat once the previous coat is dry, approximately 6 hours in normal drying conditions
New or bare wood should be oiled three times initially
Exterior wood requires a minimum of 3 coats applied liberally and not wiped off
To improve the penetration and durability dilute the first coat with up to 20% white spirit
Please Note: If using Danish Oil to veneered doors, it is advisable to check with the door manufacturer before proceeding.
For regular cleaning, use a slightly dampened, lint-free cloth and wipe over gently.
Wooden surfaces can be periodically re-oiled if the body becomes tired looking, dry or scuffed. Wipe surfaces with a lint-free cloth or rag slightly dampened with white spirit before finishing wood with Barrettine Danish Oil.
Please Note: Oiled surfaces should never be cleaned with household detergents and cleaners as these can degrade or eventually strip the Oil from the wood. Always use a specifically formulated wood cleaner.
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