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The history of linseed oil dates back to the 17th century, the good qualities of the oil were discovered and it began to be used both as a varnish and as a base in oil paint.
To this day linseed oil is still popular much in thanks to its non-toxicity and it´s environmentally friendly characteristics, treat your everyday objects in wood or varnish your furniture with highly refined linseed oil for protection and a satin finish that really brings out the color and grain of the wood. Remember to choose the right oil depending on what you are treating, in this guide we are referring to GRUNDOLJA!
Provides a superficial protection perfect for your everyday wooden objects!
1. Start by making sure that the surface you want to treat is free from previous varnish. With smaller objects, it is usually sufficient to sand by hand with a suitable sandpaper, we recommend grain size 120 for removing old treatment and 240 for a smoother surface.
2. When the surface is even, it is time to apply plenty of linseed oil, preferably with a brush. Be sure to saturate the surface and let it soak for about 1-2 hours.
3. After the surface has been given a chance to absorb the linseed oil, wipe off the excess with a cloth and you´re good to go!
Provides deeper protection and works as a treatment for example, worktops and furniture.
1. The first step is again to make sure that the surface to be treated is free from any previous varnishes for an even result. We would recommend using a proper sander for this. Again grain size 120 for removing old treatment and 240 - 320 for a smoother surface.
2. Heat up the oil to 130 degrees celsius for better saturation, preferably in a fryer. Apply the oil with a brush with natural bristles, repeat until the surface is saturated.
3. Now it's time to work in the oil with the sander using grain size 320 for this.
4. After working in the oil, wipe off the excess with a cloth.
5. Day two, you can choose to polish the surface with an buffer and FERNISSA , then start with a grain size of 500 and finish with 1000. Wait another day to let the surface harden before using it!