Liberon Superior Danish Oil
- Our Price
- £15.00+VAT each (£18.00)
(£18.00 inc. VAT)
The Liberon Superior Danish Oil is a blend of pure, high quality Tung oil and natural oils. Danish oil will feed, enhance and protect both hard and soft woods – penetrating the wood bringing out the natural grain of the timber. Once finished, the wood will be left with a satin to gloss sheen.
Suitable for both interior and exterior use, its added UV filters help to prevent discolouration from the sun, as well as being water, heat and alcohol resistant.
Ensure that the surface of the wood is bare. Any wax finishes should be removed with wax and polish remover and any varnish finishes with fine wood stripper. The surface should be clean, dry and dust free.
Apply the Danish Oil with a brush or lint-free cotton cloth and allow to penetrate for 5-10 minutes before wiping off the excess with a clean lint-free cloth. A minimum of 5 hours should be left for the finish to dry. More coats can be applied as required. A minimum of 3 coats are recommended. For best results gently rub with Ultra Fine Steel Wool between coats.
In damp areas to ensure adequate protection (such as kitchens and bathrooms) more coats with be required.
The surface should be clean, dry and free from decaying timber. Surface greying or mould should also be removed as this may cause blackening of the timber.
The Liberon Danish Oil should be applied as above. Applying atleast four coats will provide minimum protection. Exposed areas will require more coats. Sufficient amount of coats should be applied initially to give maximum protection. For sawn timber, it is not necessary to remove the excess – any runs should be wiped off.
The surface can be cleaned with a damp cloth and spills should be wiped up immediately.
For more stubborn stains a mild detergent can be used.
Depending on usage, the surface needs to be re-oiled at least once a year.
Any surface grime, moulds etc. should be cleaned off before re-oiling (sand if required). Exterior timber requires maintenance on a regular basis (at least twice a year).