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Coldpressed Linseed Oil, Boiled Linseed Oil and Wood Tar

Linseed oil is obtained from the seeds of the flax plant. Cold-pressed linseed oil is an excellent solution for pre-priming windows and doors. Crystal glaze varnish, cold-pressed or boiled linseed oil, are typically used to mix our pastes to a spreadable “ready-to-paint” linseed oil paint. Here are the different oils to choose from.

Siccative accelerates the drying process of linseed oil paint.

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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.

Cold-pressed linseed oil dries much slower than linseed oil varnish, thus it needs less time to penetrate the subsoil, without forming a film on the surface. It is, therefore, safe to say that after allowing only one day to elapse following treatment, any excess oil should be wiped with a cloth. Highly absorbent areas should be treated with multiple coats of linseed oil. When the wood is dry, the next layer can be applied, even if the oil is not yet cured.

Linseed oil hardens naturally by absorbing oxygen. Through this process, it gains about 15-20% in volume. The crude linseed oil penetrates deeply into the wood pores making it water repellant.

Important: Cloth that has been soaked in this particular oil cloth are self-inflammable.

8,95 EUR
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Basic price: 17,90 EUR / Liter
cold pressed linseed oil for priming
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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 color to color.

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.

Boiled linseed oil should be stored filled to the top of its container and closed shut air tight before storing. If not stored properly, it gradually becomes thicker and more vicious or compound, and subsequently loses its good quick drying properties.

Important: Cloth that has been soaked in this particular oil cloth are self-inflammable

9,95 EUR
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Basic price: 19,90 EUR / Liter
boiled linseed oil to mix our linseed oil paste to a spreadable paint
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4,95 EUR
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Basic price: 49,50 EUR / Liter
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115,00 EUR
Incl. 19 % TAX plus shipping
Basic price: 46,00 EUR / Liter
Kiln Burned Pine Tar
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115,00 EUR
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Basic price: 38,33 EUR / Liter
Kiln Burned Pine Tar with boiled linseed oil
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