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Danish Oil

Grimes & Sons Danish Oil is a penetrating clear sealer which hardens and stabilises timber. It contains oil and polyurethane resins, to produce a soft, lustrous, hand rubbed effect, for wall panelling, doors, architraves, cupboards, et al.. If staining is desired, apply 1 coat of Grimes & Sons Interior Stain or H₂O Interior Stain and allow to dry for 12 hours before application of Danish Oil. On new timber, ensure surface is completely dry and free from wax, grease, dust, etc. On previously coated surfaces, all loose and flaking areas should be completely removed by sanding or stripping. Ensure each section is completed without interruption to avoid lap marks. All paint contaminated cloths are prone to spontaneous combustion. Therefore, we recommend that all cloths should be laid out flat to dry. Dispose of carefully.

Do not apply in temperatures below 10℃, or above 30℃. Coverage is ≈ 10 -14 m²/L, depending on timber porosity and method of application. Stir thoroughly before and during use with a flat paddle. Keep lid closed when not in use. Provide adequate ventilation during use. Apply with a clean brush or roller. Allow DanishOil to set for approximately 10 minutes after application, then wipe off excess with a soft cloth, following the direction of the grain. During application, if tallowed to set too long, it may become tacky. If this occurs, treat the surface with another coat and wipe off immediately. If thinning is required, use mineral turpentine. All tools should be cleaned throughly with mineral turpentine.



H226: Flammable liquid and vapour.

H302: Harmful if swallowed.

H317: May cause an allergic skin reaction.

H332: Harmful if inhaled.