WOODEX AQUA WOOD OIL
Directions for use
Remove from the surface all loose matter, dirt and dust. Use RENSA TERRACE deck cleaner on surfaces to be treated, when needed. Rinse the surfaces thoroughly with water and allow to dry. We recommend that furniture made of exotic wood is subjected to weathering for at least 2 weeks before they are protected. We recommend that untreated wood is primed with WOODEX AQUA BASE . Remove old paint or varnish layers before the treatment.
Stir well before application. Tinted product must also be stirred during the application, if needed. Apply WOODEX AQUA WOOD OIL by brush, sponge or spray. The recommended airless spray nozzle size is 0,013 - 0,017". Dipping can also be used. The wood oil can be diluted by 10 - 30% to improve the absorption. Depending on the quality of the wood, the treatment is renewed until the surface no longer absorbs any oil. Oil that has not been absorbed into the wood is wiped off after about 10 minutes from the application.
The surface to be treated must be dry. The relative moisture of the wood must be below 20% of the weight of the wood. During the application and drying period the temperature of the ambient air, the surface and the product shall be above +5 °C and the relative air humidity below 80%. Painting in strong sunlight or in moist weather is to be avoided.
Must not freeze.
|Solids||abt. 10 % by volume|
|Volatile organic compound (VOC)||The product is not included in the EU VOC directive.|
|Density||abt. 1 g/ml|
|Drying time – dust free||after 4 hours|
|Drying time – dry to use||after 16 hours|
|Clean up||Wash the equipment immediately after use with detergent and warm water.|
|Weather resistance||For surfaces that are continuously exposed to weathering a renewed treatment is done yearly, or whenever required.|
|Packages||Clear, brown and grey: 0,9 L, 2,7 L, 9 L|
|Safety markings||See Safety Data Sheet. NOTE! Because of the danger of self-ignition, any waste from the product, spray mist and soiled rags etc. are to be kept in a fire-proof place in air-tight containers. Immersion in water is also recommended.|