Sadolin Wood Oil can be used on most bare and previously oiled interior wooden surfaces, including doors, skirting, banisters, tables, furniture and panelling. However, it is not suitable for wooden flooring or worktops.
Timber surfaces must be suitably prepared, clean, sound and dry. The moisture content should not exceed 14% prior to coating. Sadolin Wood Oil should ideally be applied onto bare timber or previously oiled surfaces.
Sadolin Wood Oil can be used on previously oiled surfaces, but is not suitable for use where a higher build finish has been used previously.
Always do a small test area before beginning any project to assess consistency and compatibility of the final finish. Follow the manufacturer's instructions on the tin at all times. Sadolin Wood Oil is supplied ready for use and should not be thinned. Shake can thoroughly before use. During use the Wood Oil should be at room temperature.
Do not apply when air / substrate temperatures are below 8℃ or above 25℃ or if the relative humidity is above 80% during application or drying periods. Failure to meet these requirements may adversely affect the absorption, visual quality and durability of the finish. Protect adjacent areas and walls against splashes and spillage.
Please Note: The number of coats necessary depends on how much oil the wooden surface will absorb. The best result is obtained with several thinner coats.
The figures below are intended as a guide.
Remove as much product as possible from tools before cleaning. Clean brushes and equipment with a proprietary brush cleaner immediately after use. If spilled, Sadolin Wood Oil should be removed immediately while still wet, using a warm detergent solution.
After the initial treatment, a maintenance coat of Sadolin Wood Oil may be applied once or twice a year, depending on the frequency of cleaning, or when the surface looks dull or worn. Regular maintenance will restore the natural lustre of the wood.