Linseed Oil Wax
Maintaining Linseed Oil Painted Surfaces with Linseed Oil Wax is Easy
Linseed oil wax is made from linseed oil and bees wax. The wax
is used as a surface protector on unpainted, varnished or painted
wooden surfaces. We recommend rejuvenating Linseed Oil Paint surfaces
with a coat of maintenance wax after 5-10 years.
Ideal for protecting exterior hardwoods.
The wax is easy to apply with a sponge or cloth. The surface should
be clean and dry. 1 liter of wax covers approximately 538 square
feet depending on the dryness of the surface.
again! These oak doors were restored using Raw Linseed Oil
& Linseed Oil Wax.
Linseed Oil Wax
gives outstanding protection for exterior Linseed Oil Painted
surfaces. May be used on all surfaces from floors to carpentry.
This door demonstrates how you may bring the color back to
a surface painted 10 years ago.
Suitable for use on wooden work surfaces, furniture, garden
furniture, wooden decks, windows and doors.
- Clean the wood surface with linseed oil soap and rinse with
water. Allow the surface to dry. If necessary, remove paint or
varnish with infrared heat. (Silent
Paint Remover™). Buff with medium steel-wool to get a smooth
- Apply a coat of heated, cleaned, boiled Linseed Oil. lukewarm
is sufficient. Allow the surface to dry. Heated linseed oil has
a thinner viscosity and will penetrate into the wood deeper and
faster. Allow the surface to dry a few days.
- Apply the Linseed Maintenance Wax with a green pad, natural
brush or lint free cloth.
- Wait approximately 2 hours.
- Polish the surface with a cloth. Repeat the application after
a few days if you desire.
- NOTE: As rags and paper soaked with Linseed Oil can spontaneously
combust please dispose of them carefully after first soaking in
For better protection we recommend two coats of wax on items subject
to the weather. Please allow at least a week between coats to give
the wax a chance to cure. The result is a rich and saturated
wood surface that will shield the wood and provide protection for
a long time.
Binder: Cold pressed, oxidized Swedish linseed oil and beeswax.
Drier: Manganese Siccative.
Old Wood Floors: Using the linseed oil wax to preserve old
wood floors is an important application for this product. Instructions:
Clean the floors with Linseed Oil Soap EXTRA.
Rinse with water and let the surface dry. Apply the clear or the
colored linseed oil wax. Very strong and easy to maintain without
chemicals. No odor and fast drying.
Protecting Car/Truck Tires: Organic Linseed oil
wax is ideal for protecting
car and truck tires. It will preserve the color and maintain
the rubber like no other product. Most chemical products from an
auto store for maintaining your tires actually destroy rubber and
ultimately shorten the life of your tires. Go Green for your car
and truck and protect the environment. Read
the full case study.