UPDATE CART  |  CHECK OUT
Find us on Facebook
 

50 Year Paint Made from Organic Flax Seeds. 100% Chemical Free. The Way Paint Used to Be! An "acrylic-free" website.  


(585) 924-8070
 


 
  Home
  Zero Waste Paint
  Linseed Oil Paint
  Zinc White
  Interior Flat Paint
  Interior/Exterior Primer
  Luslack Spackle
  Falun Red Exterior Paint
  Purified Linseed Oil
  Linseed Oil Putty
  Linseed Oil Soap
  Linseed Oil Wax
  Linseed Oil Varnish
  Pine Tar
  Fireplace Paint
  Vehicle Rust Proofing
  Wholesale Products
  Paint Brushes
  Painting Accessories
  Case Studies
  Product Information
  FAQ
  Speak to the Painter
  Workshops
  Customer Service
   
 

Other Products You Can Feel Good About:

  The Silent Paint Remover™
  Paint Brushes & Rollers
  Organic Cleaning Products
  HEPA Vacuum Cleaners
  Solid Teak Windows


Wholesale Linseed Oil Products: Swedish Linseed Oil Paint | Purified Raw Linseed Oil | Glazing Putty

NOTE: Our wholesale products are not related to the Allback product line.

 

General Instructions: Contractor Grade Swedish Linseed Oil Paint

Painting with linseed oil paint on porous wood:

Linseed oil has a great capillary ability to penetrate deep into the wood grain. This makes it an excellent application to saturate the entire thickness of the wood grain to prevent any moisture from absorbing and becoming stagnant that would feed any mildew spores.

When you are painting with linseed oil paint, you will experience that the linseed oil paint will penetrate into the wood grain until the wood grain is saturated. It is therefore very important to apply multiple thin coats before the final top coat is applied. The last coat is the wear coat that will create the most durable finish.

On new wood ( cleaned and dry): Start by adding 20% boiled linseed oil to the linseed oil paint to building up linseed oil inside the wood grain. This first coat will be your primer coat.

If the wood grain is very absorbing, repeat the primer coat to satisfy the wood. Make sure the primer coat is completely dry before applying the top coat.

Finish by applying 2 coats of undiluted linseed oil paint. Make sure the linseed oil paint is completely dry between coats. The linseed oil paint should not stick to you hand when you touch it.

Linseed oil paint will dry by absorbing oxygen in the air. Temperatures around 65 degrees F is when the drying process is best. Access to oxygen is also important. Make sure you spread the paint well with a stiff natural paint brush to avoid an ”orange peel” effect. This is important for all top coats. The primer coats can be applied more generously as you are saturating the wood grain as deep as possible

Best weather condition for painting with linseed oil paint will be around (64-68 Degrees F).

Dry time: Expect dry time approximately 1 ½ to 2 days between coats.

Rain, high humidity and wide temperature swings will increase dry time.

Avoid applying the linseed oil paint in direct peak sunlight.

Always keep in mind to soak any rags containing linseed oil in water, this include vacuum bags. Suck water into the vacuum to eliminate risk of fire.

Clean brushes and tools in linseed oil soap or any natural soap depending on the situation.


Wholesale Product Information:

 

 

 
Home  |  About Viking Sales  |  Zero Waste Paint  |  Linseed Oil Paint  |  Interior Flat Paint |  Interior Primer |  Falun Red Paint  |  Purified Linseed Oil  |  Linseed Oil Putty  |  Linseed Oil Soap  |  Linseed Oil Wax  |  Linseed Oil Varnish  |  Pine Tar  |  Paint Brushes  |  Tools & Accessories  |  Case Studies  |  Product Information  |  FAQ  |  Speak to the Painter  |  Workshops  |  Update Shopping Cart  | Check Out





Web Site design by Alexa Castle