New timber should be clean, non-oily and thoroughly dry. Remove all old coatings to bare wood. If the timber is not pressure treated apply an appropriate wood preservative. Instructions in the technical data sheet must be followed. Stir thoroughly.
For best results use a clean, lint free cloth. Apply a thin even coat in the direction of the grain, work the oil into the grain of the wood ensuring complete saturation of the timber. When dry (minimum 12 hours), apply a second coat. Do not apply below 5° C.
Always apply to a test area before starting work. Do not apply when rain is imminent. Timbers containing high natural oils, e.g. Teak and Iroko, may inhibit drying and cause impaired adhesion. Wiping surface with methylated spirit will assist penetration. Application rollers, sponges and pads, or clothes soaked in this product, may spontaneously combust if left. Dispose of after soaking in water. Wear a suitable face mask if dry sanding.
Protect from extremes of temperature during storage and application.
health, safety and the environment
Keep out the reach of children. If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately and show this container or label. Use only in well ventilated areas.
Do not empty into drains, dispose of this material and its container at hazardous or special waste collection point.
Polyvine Wood Oil Clear
£25.99 – £59.99 Inc. VAT
a unique clear, UV resistant, solvent free, deep penetrating oil protective finish
A unique, clear, UV resistant, microporous oil protection for exterior and interior wood that is ultra low in VOCs.
A blend of resins and oils gives a silky sheen finish and highlights the natural grain of the wood and has no added solvents.
It is suitable for exterior and interior softwood and hardwood timber applications, giving deep penetration for waterproofing and preservation.
Polyvine Wood Oil is not a surface coating, its place is in the wood not on the surface and protects by penetrating the wood, providing a rich oil finish.