Quick Instructions: Contractor Grade
Swedish Linseed Oil Paint
- Remove all old failing paint using the Silent Paint Remover.
Heat and scrape. Learn more about the Silent Paint Remover. www.silentpaintremover.com
- Repair wood damage with a splice / dutchman. Wood on wood only. Avoid epoxy repairs and acrylic coatings. Never mix with any petrochemical oil coatings. Never use Japan driers, TSP or chlorine in combination with this product.
- If complete paint removing is unrealistic, remove all loose paint and scrub the surface with a linseed oil soap or a PH neutral natural soap.
- On a dry and clean surface, Mix 20% organic linseed oil to some linseed oil paint. Apply this linseed oil / linseed oil paint mixture as a primer coat.
- Follow up with at least 2 coats of the linseed oil paint as top coats.
- Make sure the primer coat and the linseed oil paint is completely dry between coats.
- Clean over time using a pH neutral natural soap on light to medium dirty surface. Use the linseed oil soap or linseed oil soap flakes for removing heavy dirt.
- Clean hands and tools with linseed oil soap or a natural dish soap.
- Avoid using tack cloths from a paint store as it can contain silicone residue. Also avoid disposable plastic containers for all linseed oil paints as chemicals ( BPA ) from the plastic can cause adhesion issues. Avoid dust spray in the vicinity of the paint project as this can cause adhesion issues.
- Linseed oil in rags and vacuum bags should be soaked in water to prevent combustion.
Wholesale Linseed Products: Linseed Oil
Paint | Purified Raw Linseed
Oil | Glazing Putty
NOTE: Our wholesale products are not related to the Allback
Wholesale Product Information: