Bleached boiled linseed oil (WBLO)
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- Manufacturer: PaintEco
- Net Price: €13.20 €16.24
Preventing yellowing linseed oil for wood preservation
Bleached Boiled Linseed Oil is a classic wood finish and a natural protective coating produced from cold-pressed oil, heated using advanced technology without the addition of chemical components, with zero VOC content. Bleached Boiled Linseed Oil is a natural product that prevents yellowing of wood.
This technology makes it possible to protect wood with one layer.
Suitable for indoor use for all types of wooden surfaces - saunas, walls, ceilings, balustrades, etc. for renovation - doors, stairs, window frames, etc.
If the surface is covered with chemical products, the original coating must be removed before using PAINT ECO. The wood must be clean, dry, free from resin residues and dust. Cracks and defects must be filled before using the product.
Planed wood ≈ 12-15 sq.m. / 1 L
Hard wood ≈ 36 sq.m. / 1 L
The given values are approximate. It should be remembered that the results depend on the type of wood and the method of preparation. It is always recommended to run a test to calculate the exact performance.
Boiled linseed oil can be easily applied by brush, roller or spray. Do not use on surfaces heated by the sun and mix well before use. Rub the boiled linseed oil into the wood surface and allow to absorb. Excess oil should be removed with a clean, dry cloth or paper towel after 20-30 minutes, depending on the absorption properties of the wood. It is recommended to use the temperature range + 10C0 - + 25C0. Lower temperature, damp wood and high humidity increases the drying time. For best results, apply 1-2 thin layers, leaving each to dry for 24 hours. Surfaces protected with PAINT ECO oil can be preserved with any product from the PAINT ECO range.
Tools can be cleaned with natural turpentine or warm water with soap.
NOTE! Materials soaked in boiled linseed oil are exposed to self-ignition! Immediately after use, paper towels or rags must be burnt or soaked in water and discarded. Packaging can be treated as household waste and recycled. The original, factory-sealed packaging can be stored for 3 years from the date of production. The unused product should be stored in a closed package.