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Danish Oil Tins (1 Litre)

Danish Oil Skirting Board Shop Danish Oil penetrates and nourishes wood, before sealing and providing a long lasting water resistant barrier. It has a pale natural tint from Pure Tung Oil, and has a low-sheen finish. Coverage 10- 15 m2 per litre per coat, depending upon porosity, surface texture and thickness applied.
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Description
Skirting Board Shop Danish Oil is naturally water, food and alcohol resistant. It is safe for food contact when dry and can be used for workshops, salad bowls and chopping boards. It is EN71 part 3 toy safe. Danish Oil is extremely versatile and can be used on almost any wooden surface, including interior and exterior furniture, skirting boards, gates, children's play areas, kitchen worktops and food preparation areas etc. Danish Oil is easy to maintain. Re-application of one or two thin coats once or twice a year will keep wood looking naturally ‘fresh’. Damaged or scratched areas can easily be maintained by reapplication. Allergy Advice Contains tung oil, nut extract, may cause allergic reaction. Product contains: Dearomatized White Spirit. UN1268. Keep out of reach of children. Flammable Harmful: May cause lung damage if swallowed. Requested exposure may cause skin dryness or cracking. Product Care: Keep container tightly sealed. Store in a cool place, away from direct sunlight.
Specification
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Allow Size Instructions Yes
Fitting Instruction Application Surface Preparation: Ensure surfaces are clean and dry and free of dirt, dust, wax, and/or polish. Remove all dirt and grease before application of Danish Oil. For aged wood sand back to a clean ‘bright’ surface and wipe with white spirit to remove all dust and debris. Not suitable for use on sealed, varnished or painted wood. Best applied with a lint-free cloth (e.g. T-shirt material). May also be applied with a good quality brush. Danish Oil should be applied evenly. When using a cloth, use a circular or figure of eight pattern to work into the wood, and apply until the wood stops absorbing. Allow to penetrate for 20 – 30 minutes before wiping dry with a lint – free cloth. Do not allow excess to dry on the surface of the wood, as this may result in a tacky or gummy finish. For new wood 3 – 4 coats may be applied. Allow to dry overnight between coats. Repeated application might bring a slight gloss to the finish. Coverage 10- 15 m2 per litre per coat, depending upon porosity, surface texture and thickness applied. Important Danish Oil will bring out the natural colour of the wood. Always test the product on an inconspicuous area to ensure satisfaction.
Thickness 0.1mm
Profile /Pattern Danish Oil
Finish Natural Matt / Low Sheen Finish
Product Name Danish Oil Tins (1 Litre)
Special Offer No
Product Sash DANISH OIL
Product Questions

Question Written by Admin SBS (Admin) • 20 Sep 2021

What is mdf?

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Can you varnish a piece of veneered piece of skirting/architrave?

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Are all the materials moisture resistant?

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What's the longest length of skirting board that you can offer?

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What's the most commonly used/purchased thickness for skirting and architrave?

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Do you have a minimum order value for orders?

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Do you offer free shipping?

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Any Health & Safety Tips when cutting MDF?

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Can I have a sample of the skirting or architrave? How do I order a sample?

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Do you send out someone who can fit the skirting boards for us?

Question Written by Admin SBS (Admin) • 20 Sep 2021

Do offer anything other than skirting and architrave?
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