WOOD OIL, Outdoors
1. Prepare the surface so that it is firm, clean and dry.
2. If necessary, use Skovgaard & Frydensberg Special Primer if the surface is dirty, or Skovgaard & Frydensberg Wall and Facade cleaner if discolouration with mold or green algae occurs
3. Grind if necessary. surface until it is smooth and firm, remove sanding dust.
4. Apply the oil with cloth or brush. Spraying is NOT recommended.
5. The oil is applied to the absorbent base.
6.Excess oil is wiped off with dry and lint-free cloths for 20 min. after application.
7. Without wiping, the surface can become greasy and sticky.
8. If a finer surface is desired, water sanding paper (grit 400-1000) can be used with a sanding block. Sand in the lengthwise direction of the wood with plenty of oil and dry thoroughly afterwards with a clean, dry cloth. This method is also used if the surface has become greasy/sticky.
9. When applied to unplaned surfaces, wiping is often unnecessary.
10. The drying time is approx. 4-5 hours at 20°C, 50% RH, depending on the surface of the wood.
11. Maintenance with wood oil depends on wind and weather, as well as whether a pigmented or natural oil has been used. Nature has a shorter shelf life and therefore needs to be treated more often. On top
pigmented oil can be used naturally when the desired color has been achieved.
12. Oil-saturated cloths can spontaneously ignite. The cloth is saturated with water or destroyed after use.