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Linseed Oil Paint Colors:
NOTE ABOUT MILDEW: Although we purify our linseed oil to the best
possible level to prevent mildew, it is still possible to develop
mildew or dirt on linseed oil paint. Mildew flourish with time, temperature
nutrients, moisture. Removing one component will make it much harder
for dirt and mildew to flourish. Never clean with chlorine or TSP
as this will promote mildew tremendously over time. TSP is a fertilizer
but used in cleaning. We do not use any dangerous chemicals to prevent
growth. This is a safe product to work with and safe for the environment.
Mildew spores can be present in the wood. Spores will migrate right
through the linseed oil paint and will breath out over time. Spores
can feed of organic material from the air. Much of the dirt on painted
surface today come from industry and vehicles. There is more carbon
suspended in the air now compared to any time in history. Linseed
oil paint will dry to a relatively soft surface that can easily move
with the wood during seasonal changes over time and will not crack,
peel or cause wood to decay. Always add 10-20% of the zinc
white to any exterior surface. Apply thin coats. Clean with the
linseed oil soap. Preventing mildew by applying the linseed oil soap
EXTRA solution on clean wood and on top of the linseed oil paint can
Opening your Can of Organic Linseed Paint: 3 Liter Linseed
Paint cans are a little different from your traditional American-style
paint can. Opening the 3 Liter paint can is easy. Watch this video
to learn how. Visit
our video library to see more
tips and techniques!
Oil Paint with An Ancient History. Never peels, cracks or traps
moisture that causes wood to decay: Long-lasting, solvent-free
Linseed oil paint has been used in Scandinavia since the 18th century.
Penetrates and protects wood like no other modern paint does. Semi-gloss
finish. We recommend rejuvenating Linseed Oil Painted surfaces with
a coat of Purified Organic Raw
Linseed Oil after 5-10 years.
FOR WET AND HUMID AREAS: Mix 10-20% zinc
white into the linseed oil paint. Note: Our Linseed Oil Paint is
NOTE: No chemical driers or mildewcides.
Actual Linseed Oil Paint colors may vary. 7 oz color samples are
Our Linseed Oil Paint is made from Purified Organic Boiled Linseed
Oil. This organic paint is 100% free of any solvent and can be thinned
out with boiled linseed oil. The white paint contains Zinc Oxide
and Titanium Dioxide. The colored paint contains Metal Oxide and
natural pigment. You may apply this paint to any clean and dry surface
including wood, concrete,
plastic and old painted surfaces indoors and outdoors. For a high-gloss
finish add Linseed Oil Varnish.
Viking Sales is the sole distributor
of Allback Organic Linseed Oil Paints in the United States. This paint
is not available in stores.
Allback Project Paint: This Linseed
Oil Paint is made from a mixture of colors leftover as part of the
Allback manufacturing process. This paint makes an excellent base
coat at half the price of our other Linseed Oil Paints. Limited