Blackfriar Boiled Linseed Oil
Blackfriar Boiled Linseed Oil Penetrates deep into wood, providing an attractive ruby tint with a light gloss finish. Blackfriar Boiled Linseed Oil can be used inside and outside and is ideal for bare woods except oak, and is also useful for softening metal glazing putty.
- Interior and exterior use.
- Nourishes and protects wood.
- Penetrates deep into wood.
- Light gloss.
- Water resistant.
- Suitable for most woods
Blackfriar Boiled Linseed Oil penetrates deep into wood, providing an attractive ruby tint with a light gloss finish. Blackfriar Boiled Linseed Oil can be used inside and outside and is ideal for bare woods except oak, and is also useful for softening metal glazing putty.
Features & Benefits
- Restores and seals wood
- For soft and hard woods
- Light gloss
- Water resistant
- Interior and exterior use
Ensure surface to be oiled is smooth, clean, dry and free of contamination. For surfaces previously treated with oils or waxes clean back the surface to bare timber with fine wire wool and white spirit, working along the grain.
Ensure the product is thoroughly shaken prior to use. Apply oil liberally by brush or rag. Leave for a few minutes for the oil to absorb into the wood then wipe off any surplus. Allow the oil to dry overnight before using or recoating. When applying to new wood thin the first coat with 10% white spirit.
Maximum 10% white spirit.
If used on exterior projects regular maintenance will be required to keep the wood nourished. On previously sealed surfaces some oils may dry to a slight gloss. This can be reduced by gently rubbing the surface with fine wire wool and wax polish, working with the grain. Not suitable for use on oak.
Up to 10m² per litre per coat. Will depend upon porosity of the wood.
12 hours. Drying times are based on an ambient temperature of 20°C and 50% relative humidity. Lower temperatures or higher humidity will prolong the drying and overcoating times.
Take extra care as application cloths and soiled cleaning rags may self ignite without warning. Lay cloths out flat in single layers to dry, or wash out thoroughly in warm soapy water before disposal. Remove as much product from application equipment as possible before washing with white spirit. Do not empty into drains or water courses. Some local authorities have special facilities for the disposal of waste coatings.
Store in a dry, safe place. Do not store in environments where extreme temperatures may occur. Keep within 5-30°C. Do not store in direct sunlight.
Please contact Rawlins Paints' Technical Support Team on 0113 2455450 for more information.
It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.
- Blackfriar Professional
- Base Type
- Solvent Based
- Interior/Exterior Use
- Suitable Substrates
- 10m² per litre
- Recommended Thinner/Cleaner
- White Spirit
- Touch Dry
- 12 Hours
- Light Gloss
- UN Number
|Ruthanne Free on 2018-12-07 23:33:01|| |
what do i use on oak, if not blo? I have indoor windowsills that need to be treated. They have been stained and previously treated with mineral oil, but I am looking for something longer lasting.
Blackfriar Boiled Linseed Oil is not suitable for use on oak, the acidity of oak will react with the oil causing it to darken significantly. We're not sure what is meant by mineral oil, previously used, if this is a non drying oil it may react with any type of coating applied over the top. Blackfriar Danish Oil may be an option however a test area will be necessary over the oil coating. Wipe the surface thoroughly with white spirits to remove oil residues then apply 1 coat of the Danish Oil. Check to ensure the Danish Oil dries to a tack free finish. There is the possibility of any residual oil reacting with the Danish Oil preventing it from drying. Provided the coating dries OK a second coat of the Danish Oil can be applied.