UPDATE CART  |  CHECK OUT
Find us on Facebook
 

50 Year Paint Made from Organic Flax Seeds. 100% Chemical Free. The Way Paint Used to Be! An "acrylic-free" website.


(585) 924-8070
 


 
  Home
  Zero Waste Paint
  Linseed Oil Paint
  Zinc White
  Interior Flat Paint
  Interior/Exterior Primer
  Luslack Spackle
  Falun Red Exterior Paint
  Purified Linseed Oil
  Linseed Oil Putty
  Linseed Oil Soap
  Linseed Oil Wax
  Linseed Oil Varnish
  Pine Tar
  Fireplace Paint
  Vehicle Rust Proofing
  Paint Brushes
  Tools & Accessories
  Case Studies
  Product Information
  FAQ
  Speak to the Painter
  Workshops
  Customer Service
   
 

Other Products You Can Feel Good About:

  The Silent Paint Remover™
  Paint Brushes & Rollers
  Organic Cleaning Products
  HEPA Vacuum Cleaners
  Solid Teak Windows
 

Purified Organic Linseed Oil

Purified linseed oil made from cold pressed linseed oil is used as a binding agent in Allback linseed oil paints. The raw oil is used for the glazing putty. Both raw and boiled linseed oil can be stored indefinitely.

Purified Boiled Linseed Oil - 1,141KB Video
Purified Raw Linseed Oil - 2,838KB Video
(QuickTime Player
required.)

Click to Enlarge Images Below

     

Purified Boiled Linseed Oil   100% Organic. Purified boiled linseed oil from Allback.

 

1.05 Qt / 1 Liter: # 50093
Price: $21.50

 

1.33 Gallon/ 5 Liters: # 50345
Price: $99.50

  View Larger Image
     

Purified Raw Linseed Oil  100% Organic. Raw linseed oil from Allback.

 

# 50017 1.05 Qt / 1 Liter
Price: $16.95

 

# 50347 1.33 Gallon/ 5 Liter
Price: $79.75

  View Larger Image

A dusty, woodworm infested yet beautiful beam in a renovated cottage is rejuvenated with a coat of raw linseed oil.

This is an example of the penetration power of organic linseed oil. It soaks deep into the wood protecting the wood from absorbing and trapping water and moisture. This is a feature that can not be reproduced with any wood preservative made from petroleum products today. In addition, organic linseed oil is not dangerous to work with and is completely safe for the environment.

Organic purified linseed oil has been taking care of the Teak wood in the cockpit of this boat for three years. This is the only solution that is nourishing the wood this well. It looks very nice. The surface is cleaned with the organic linseed oil soap yearly and then wiped down with a very thin coat of the Organic Raw Linseed Oil.

About Allback Purified Organic Linseed Oil

People have known about the unique properties of linseed oil for several thousand years. Linseed oil penetrates into wood, protecting it from moisture and rot.

Linseed oil is cold pressed from the seeds of the flax flower. This is done "cold" to prevent impurities getting into the oil.

The raw linseed oil is purified and refined through the addition of oxygen to produce boiled or "cooked" linseed oil. This process eliminates protein and improves aspects such as the drying time, shine and purity. Allback purified linseed oil is mold and mildew-free.

Uses:

  1. Thinning the Linseed Oil Paint.
  2. Maintenance of old Linseed Oil Painted surfaces.
  3. May be used as a first coat on extremely dried out wood.
  4. Add a few ounces of paint to the boiled linseed oil to create a stain.
  5. Purified Raw Linseed Oil is excellent for long term storage of paint brushes.

Tip: You can heat with gentle, infrared heat (we recommend the Silent Paint Remover) to boost surface penetration.

NOTE: Rags soaked in linseed oil may self-ignite. Soak them in water and dispose of them.

 

 
Home  |  About Viking Sales  |  Zero Waste Paint  |  Linseed Oil Paint  |  Interior Flat Paint |  Interior Primer |  Falun Red Paint  |  Purified Linseed Oil  |  Linseed Oil Putty  |  Linseed Oil Soap  |  Linseed Oil Wax  |  Linseed Oil Varnish  |  Pine Tar  |  Paint Brushes  |  Tools & Accessories  |  Case Studies  |  Product Information  |  FAQ  |  Speak to the Painter  |  Workshops  |  Update Shopping Cart  | Check Out





Web Site design by Alexa Castle