Linseed Oil, Varnish and Wood Tar
Here you will find our honey yellow cold-pressed linseed oil, the slightly darker linseed oil varnish, our smoky wood tar and the glossy tonkin varnish for the surface treatment of wood.
Cold pressed linseed oil is ideally suited for priming wood. Our linseed oil of northern origin of (Sweden) is free of mucilage and of the highest quality on the market.
Boiled linseed oil to mix our linseed oil paste to a spreadable paint. Boiled linseed oil is linseed oil that was mixed with a desiccant. It is added to linseed oil pastes to form a spreadable linseed oil paint. For this purpose, it is stirred in equal parts of boiled linseed oil and linseed oil paste including the desiccant. The amount of desiccant varies from colour to colour.
Good boiled linseed oil has a bright clear color. It's a little thicker than cold-pressed linseed oil but without being viscous or too oily.
Boiled linseed oil usually dries within 16-18 hours, in some cases 24 hours.
Kiln Burned Pine Tar with boiled linseed oil for impregnating raw, weathered or heavily leached wooden surfaces. Wood tar oil is used for timber framing, wood cladding, wooden gables, shingled roofs, etc. outdoors as well as for wooden boats.
The ingredients are 50% wood tar, 50% boiled linseed oil.
Shellac saves for extruding resin. This product is free of wax. We recommend to treat knotholes with two coatings of shellack after priming with cold pressed linseed oil and before painting with linseed oil paints.
The Shellac gives a shiny and durable coating and is physiologically harmless, biodegradable, and odorless. It is also a traditional finish for interior furniture.
Ingredients: shellac, denatured Alcohol.