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Rich Wood Oil

Grimes & Sons Rich Wood Oil is a preserving and nourishing blend of oils and resins, which penetrate deeply into the timber giving it a natural oiled glow. Suitable for use on all interior and exterior raw timbers. Rich Wood Oil Is very easy to use and maintain, there is no stripping or sanding required for re-coating. We recommend that you make your own test on part of the job which does not show to determine suitability for your specific use. 

Do not apply in temperatures below 10℃, above 30℃, or when rain is imminent. Coverage is ≈ 12 - 16 m²/L, depending on timber porosity and method of application. Ensure surface is completely dry and free from wax, grease, dust, etc. Provide adequate ventilation during use. Stir thoroughly before and during use with a flat paddle. Keep lid closed when not in use. Apply with a clean brush, roller, or spray gun. 2 coats are recommended and allow 24 hours between coats, though if possible, 1 week. On hardwoods, Rich Wood Oil may need to be thinned up to 30% with Timber Preservative or Mineral Turpentine; or after 5 minutes, wiped back to remove any excess with a clean, dry rag. All tools should be cleaned thoroughly with mineral turpentine.

Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, seek medical advice. Timber has natural faults and features. Neither the manufacturer nor his agent will accept responsibility for colour variation. All paint contaminated cloths are prone to spontaneous combustion. Therefore we recommend that all cloths should be laid flat to dry, or soaked in a bucket of water. Dispose of carefully.

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Available in:

1 L, 5L, 10L.




H227: Combustible liquid and vapour.

H315: Causes skin irritation.

H335: May cause respiratory irritation.