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Danish Oil

Danish Oil

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Danish Oil is one of the most popular woodfinishes on the market. Made with a blend of different oils, it enhances the grain slightly (not as much as Finishing Oil or Tung Oil) but offers great protection and a subtle satin/matt finish. Recoat time is 9-12 hours and it is white spirit based. It can be applied by both brush or cloth.

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Danish Oil Lemon

Danish Oil Lemon

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This is the same product as above except it contains a lemon fragrance making it much more popular to those applying it in domestic environments. It makes an unpleasant product very pleasant to apply.



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2. Shellac Sanding Sealer
3. Clear Methylated Spirit (CDA 94%)

Worktop Finish

Worktop Finish

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Designed specifically for all wooden worktops it is made from a blend of high quality oil. A deep penetrating oil that feeds the timber as well as protects it. Offering excellent durability, Worktop Finish produces a desirable natural matt finish.

Coverage is approximately 12m2 per litre and a minimum of 3 coats are recommended.

Decking Oil

Decking Oil

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This marine formula protects against UV and chlorine even though it is clear. Highly water resistant it blocks water on the surface and protects against stains and grease marks.Suitable for decking, fences, sheds and hot tubs.

S&R Recommendation: We have received excellent comments from those that have used this product.

Teak Oil

Teak Oil

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Boiled Linseed Oil

Boiled Linseed Oil

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Boiled Linseed oil is a deep penetrating woodfinish that soaks into the pores, leaving a shiny but not glossy surface that shows off the grain. Wood treated with linseed oil is resistant to denting and scratches are easily repaired, but the wood and oil surface is not as hard as a modern varnish.

Bolied Linseed Oil is thicker and takes less time to dry that it's Raw counterpart. Coverage 15m2/L

Raw Linseed Oil

Raw Linseed Oil

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Raw linseed Oil is most commonly used to finish gun stocks, but a very fine finish may require months to obtain. Several coats of linseed oil is the traditional protective coating for the raw willow wood of cricket bats, and thus has a special cultural place in cricket-playing countries.

Coverage is 15m2/L, it is worth remembering that Raw Linseed Oil never really dries properly.





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