Linseed Soap Brush Cleaner

Linseed oil soap is an universal soap and ideal for hands, kitchen, bathroom, tiled and wooden floors. The soap is perfect to clean brushes and leaning of metal before applying a coat of paint.

Linseed Oil Soap for cleaning brushes

Linseed Oil Soap is the ideal cleanser for brushes. After use, you should clean the brush well and place it for about an hour in pure linseed oil soap. Then rinse it thoroughly with hot water and repeat the process if necessary. Even a dried brush can be cleaned with linseed oil soap, in this case, the brush should be left in linseed oil soap for a few days, and then thoroughly rinsed.

Dosage: 100 ml soap per 1 l water. The exact dosage depends on the hardness of the water. Soft water = less soap. If foaming water appears in the cloth or sponge, there is enough soap in the water.

Treatment of wooden floors

Wash your wooden floor with linseed oil soap in order to repair blemishes on the surface. Hereby, the temperature of the water is very important. Lukewarm water is best suited. Wood absorbs excessive amounts of water when it is too warm and causes the wood fibers to raise. Cold water, on the other hand, opens the pores of the wood. Linseed oil soap removes dirt effectively. In addition, it has a bleaching effect on untreated wood. Wash the wood floor always in the direction of the wood grain and work the soapy water thoroughly through. Ideal would be to use a “good old mop”. Please be sure to rid the mop of any excess water. Opening a window allows the floor to dry best. The soap treatment may be reiterated or repeated once a month. The floor will become lighter with every treatment and easier to maintain. The more the soil is saturated with soap, the more stain-resistant and more robust it will become.

Treatment of stone flooring and tiles

Linseed oil soap will give stone stairs and floors, tiles, bricks, slate floors a deep shine. The wooden floor will automatically form a thin dirt-repellent layer after treatment.

Linseed oil soap is also effective in removing linseed oil paint stains in textiles. To do this, simply rub it in pure directly to the stained area and wash as usual. Repeat as necessary. If the stain is a little older, then you should moisten it with water beforehand and then proceed as described above.

The soap is also suitable for the cleaning and maintenance of clinker and stone floors. The vegetable oils in the soap form a dirt repellent finish.


Organically grown linseed oil.

PH concentrate: 11,5

PH in 1% working solution: 8.5

(Incl. 16% tax)
Baseprice: 15.90 / l
Brand reine Leinölfarben