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Barrettine Danish Oil

(1 customer review)

A blend of oils and resin that provide an attractive lustre finish to all woods. Danish oil is deal for Scandinavian furnishings, doors, panelling, wood turning, worktops and more! Can also act as an excellent treatment for kitchen surfaces (non-food prep) and for use on non-green oak timbers due to its water-repellency. Predominately for internal use; can be used externally but recommended only in more sheltered locations.

Food/Toy safe when dry, certified by EN 1186:2002 & EN71:3.

Food & Toy Safe   ghs-flammable  gh07 logo  GHS08 Label

Please allow 1-2 working days for next day delivery of 25L items. This is due to the operation times of the hazardous goods vehicles of the external couriers.

£5.13£132.10

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Barrettine Danish wood oil is a blend of oils and resin which provide an attractive lustre finish to all woods. Made by wood treatment experts, Barrettine and ideal for Scandinavian furnishings, doors, panelling, wood turning and more! Danish Oil is also an excellent treatment for kitchen surfaces and worktops (non-food prep) and ideal for use on non-green oak timbers due to its water repellence.

Barrettine Danish oil is predominately for internal use; can be used externally but recommended only in more sheltered locations. If used outside we recommend applying wood preservative, allowing to fully dry and then applying Danish Oil.

  • A high quality, clear Danish oil for interior and exterior wood
  • Perfect for doors, panelling, wood turning and more
  • Restores the look and lustre of wood
  • Will not crack, flake or peel
  • Application: Brush or lint-free cloth
  • Coverage: 1 litre to 6-10 square metres
  • Sizes: 250 ml, 500 ml, 1 Litre, 2.5 Litre, 5 Litre, 25 Litre

Barrettine Danish oil Conforms to EN 1186:2002 and EN71:3 as below

BSEN1186:2002 Overall migration using Parts 1,3 and 14 to support council directive 1935/2004EC as amended, materials and articles in contact with food regulations, as requested
EN71 Part 3:2019+A1:2021, Migration of certain elements from toys and their materials, (Chromium (VI) and Organic Tin as first action, category III)

Previously oiled wood can be partially sealed, especially if a slight gloss if evident that prevents any fresh application penetrating. Prepare the wood using fine stainless steel wool rubbing in the direction of the grain and remove all dust

Apply 2- 3 thin coats leaving 6-10 hours between each coat and avoiding water contact. For exterior wood, a minimum of 4 applications is recommended and will require regular re-oiling. Thoroughly treat end grain. Leave a minimum of 1- 2 days after the final coat before using treated item

When used outside we recommend a prior application of wood preservative treatment that must be allowed to dry before applying Danish Oil.

Wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) such as chemical resistant gloves, overalls and eye/face protection to protect against splashes. If in doubt speak, to your PPE supplier and show them this label/product, or call us for further advice.
Shake well before use.
Carry out a small test patch first to determine an acceptable finish on an off-cut or unseen area.

Application: Brush or lint free cloth
Coverage: 1 litre to 8-10 sq metres

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1 review for Barrettine Danish Oil

  1. John Powell (verified owner)

    Excellent product.
    As good as, if not better than popular branded products.

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