Teamac Danish Oil


Teamac Danish Oil, is hard, durable, water resistant seal for the enhancement of interior and exterior wood containing tung oil.


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Teamac Danish Oil, is hard, durable, water resistant seal for the enhancement of interior and exterior wood containing tung oil.

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Features & Benefits


Product Specification

Technical Data
Volume Solids 47.5%
VOC Content 433 g/litre
SG 0.9 @ 20°C
Viscostity 124s sec . B3 cup @ 25°C
Flash Point Above 32°C (closed cup)

Film Thickness Range And Coverage

Product Data
  Dry Film Thickness Wet Film Thickness Theoretical Coverage
Maximum 35 µm 70 µm 14 m2/litre at 35 microns D.F.T
The practical spreading rate may be lower as this depends on factors such as the porosity and roughness of the surface to be painted and material losses during application.

Drying Times

Drying Times At 20°C/RH 50%
Touch Dry: 4 Hours
Dry To Handle: 8 Hours
Dry To Recoat: 12 hours / overnight
Fully Cured: 5 - 7 Days

Low temperature and high humidity will adversely affect application, drying and performance of any coating.

Surface Preparation

Ensure the surface is clean, dry and free from wax, oil, grease and dirt. Use sandpaper to remove any unwanted old coatings and paints.

Preceeding Coat

Teamac Danish Oil direct to prepared wood.


Mix well before use.

Application Conditions

  • As dictated by normal good painting practice.
  • In confined spaces, provide adequate ventilation during application and drying.<M/li>

Application Methods

Method Airless Spray Conventional Spray Brush Roller
  No No Yes No

Health & Safety

See safety data sheet - SDS 11369 in the attachment section above.

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Product Details

Data sheet

Interior / Exterior Use
Interior & Exterior use
Interior / Exterior Use
Interior and Exterior
Water / Solvent Based
For Use On
Mahogany, Teak, Prepared, Unprepared
Application Method
Brush, Cloth
Single, Two or Three Pack
Single, Two or Three Pack
Pack Size
Touch Dry (at 20°C)
4 Hours
Dry to Handle (at 20°C)
8 Hours
Dry to Recoat (at 20°C)
12 hours / overnight
Fully Cured (at 20°C)
5 - 7 Days
14 m2/litre at 35 microns D.F.T
Recommended Thinner/Cleaner
Thinners 14
Solids by Volume
433 g/litre
Recommended Dry Film Thickness
35 µm
Recommended Wet Film Thickness
70 µm
UN Number
Base Type
Exterior / Interior Use
Interior Use
Suitable For Use On
Suitable For Use On
Application Method
Application Method
Product Type
Type of Wood Finish
Wood Oil
Suitable For
Walls & Ceilings
Colour Family

Customer agrees that before placing an Order, Customer has read and understood the most up to date Product Data Sheet for the Product. Where we have access to the Product Data Sheet from the manufacturer, we will either provide a copy on request, or include a link to the Product Data Sheet available on the manufacturer’s website. Customer further agrees that we have no liability for any errors or omissions contained within the Product Data Sheets. For more information, please see our Terms & Conditions of Sale.

questions Sarah on 2021-12-26 22:20:43

I have a 3m slice of beech which were putting on our kitchen ceiling and handing lights from it. What oil is best for a natural look but protecting it from a kitchen atmosphere but also enhancing the grain?

Answer from Rawlins’ Technical Team: 

Yes this product is suitable for external or internal applications to timber, such as in kitchens and will provide a natural appearance on the timber.

questions Joy on 2019-11-30 12:48:30

I have two sizeable slices of very recently felled beech wood and hope to preserve them for decoration. They are entirely fresh and haven’t been treated with anything. What would you recommend for treating them and preventing them from splitting? Thank you.

Answer from Rawlins’ Technical Team: 

We would suggest keeping the timber oiled with either the Teamac Teak Oil or Teamac Danish oil. It will keep the beech wood looking natural and oiled rather than a varnish, it will also give you water resistance.

questions Vanessa Brimmell on 2019-08-31 16:58:13

Hi we are currently building an oak conservatory , we are not sure whether it’s green oak or English oak , it has been open to the elements already , we are looking to maintain its natural colour and bring out the grain and weather proof it to protect it from slivering . I don’t like the idea of making it glossy , what would you suggest please

Answer from Rawlins’ Technical Team: 

We would suggest considering Timberex Timberguard for this application. Nothing will stop the greying process completely but with maintenance over the years this would slow it. We would suggest trying a small area first to ensure appearance and sheen is acceptable before application to the full area.

questions JOHN AEDY on 2019-07-23 09:57:35

good morning, i want to protect a new pine stair case, keeping the light colour of the pine will this danish oil with tung oikl be suitable also there is the alternative of danish oil without tung oil, what is the effect of having the tung oil in the danish oil

Answer from Rawlins’ Technical Team: 

The advantage of tung oil is that it hardens on contact with the air – it polymerises and forms a hard “wet-look” finish.

In Danish oil – this too dries to a hard shell but has a satin finish that is not slippery or glossy.

The shell provides additional impact protection to the surface in addition to the water resistance from the other oils.

It would be ideal for a staircase.

questions don murray on 2019-04-05 16:08:32

We are restoring ornate oak benches within an Historic Landscape setting. The Iron bench endings are from the late 1800's. We are ready to treat the new oak bench slats however we are uncertain about which oil to go for. We want the oak to look as natural as possible and to silver up over time. Thinking Teamac Danish Oil?

Answer from Rawlins’ Technical Team: 

Teamac Danish Oil will provide protection for timber while leaving it looking natural and will not prevent silvering of timbers

questions Azita Hariri on 2018-05-13 14:48:19

Hi. I am currently sanding down five wooden planks made of I am which sit above radiators at the floor level in each room. They are close to the doors terraces and balcony and will be exposed to sun and some foot traffic. With so does open they will be exposed to differing weather conditions. I would like to use Danish oil but am worried about the warmth in winter months below even though the wood is a good half inch think. Is Danish oil a fire hazard after it fully cures? Is it advisable to use this close to windows and doors outside? Can it be used over a Matt outdoor water based tint? Please advise.

Answer from Rawlins’ Technical Team: 

Where tannin rich woods are likely to get wet and exposed to sunlight, we recommend Teamac Teak Oil. It can also be applied over / to water based stains.


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