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Door Oil

£30.31 inc. VAT

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*Single Coat depending on substrate

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Product Description

A blend of quick drying, durable natural oils & resins specifically formulated to provide a tough, clear satin finish on interior doors and joinery.

To maintain / renovate, simply wash, buff or re-apply, following the guidelines below.

Suitable for application onto children’s toys – EN 71-Toy Safety Certification

Resistant to liquids: Tested in accordance with BS 3900 G5

Resistant to wear: Tested in accordance with BS3900 E15

Additional Information

Application

Ensure all areas to be coated are extremely well ventilated during and after application. Always test on a small area prior to initial application. No primer required. Maximum 2 coats recommended. Apply at room temperature. Fiddes Door Oil is formulated for application directly, and does not require thinning.

First Coat

Stir contents thoroughly before and during use, and apply in a warm, well ventilated room. Apply THINLY using a good quality bristle or synthetic brush and lay EVENLY, following the direction of the grain. Remove any surplus material immediately with a cloth, carefully checking all areas for any excess application. Leave to dry 4-6 hours in warm, dry well ventilated conditions, or preferably overnight.

Second Coat

Apply as first coat, THINLY, allowing good ventilation. Leave to dry 4-6 hours in warm, dry well ventilated conditions, or preferably overnight. Clean applicator with White Spirit.

Renovation

To renovate previous application of Fiddes Door Oil, lightly sand area with 150 grit sandpaper, and re-apply sparingly.

Maintenance

For regular light maintenance, clean with a damp cloth and wipe dry. Re-application may be necessary where soiling or staining is apparent, following the application details above.

Coverage

A single application will cover approximately 20-24 square meters per litre,depending on the density of the substrate.

Packaging

1 Lt