Wood Oil For Thermally Modified Wood taroil contains linseed oil, pine tar and pine turpentine.
Expenditure for lumber 9-16 ft2/ l , plane surfaces 16-32 ft2/l .
Delivering Time For Wood Oil For Thermally Modified Wood: 5 days
- Pine turpentine
- Pine tar
- Linseed oil
Places to use
- Hot tubs and saunas
- Boats and jetties
- Log houses
- Garden furniture
- Terraces and garden houses
- Thermally finished wood
Wooden surfaces, which are going to be finished must be dry, maximum wood humidity under 15%, and air relative humidity under 80%.
Old wooden surfaces must be cleaned from dirt, fungus and other removable substances (for example with sandpaper).
No need for any dilution.
- Shake well before use and while using.
- Apply thin layer of Taroil to the surface with a brush or a cloth and let it absorb.
- Remove all unabsorbed oil from the surface.
- Let it dry and polish the surface before applying the next layer.
- Finish the ends of the wooden surface with special care.
The amount of layers is 1 – 4 depending on the quality and the purpose of use of the surface.
Taroil can be toned with paint pigments. Maintenance treatment can be done in a year if necessary.
NB! Taroil is not suitable for varnished or painted surfaces. Usage for other purposes and against the directions is not recommended.
Time for Drying
Applied in thin layers 1- 7 days depending on the weather conditions and the material, which was finished.
Woodchips and cloths which have adjoined with the product can self combust, so therefore before destroying them, they must be held moistened with water in a closed canister or they must be burned immediately.
Product must be kept away from soil, canalisation and water. Leaked fluid must be gathered with sand or other not burning and absorbent material. Empty and dry packages can be destroyed with other domestic garbage. Liquid leavings must be taken to dangerous substance collecting point.