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LACQ HARDWOODOIL

 

Hardwoodoil is a traditional recipe of blended vegetable oils to protect and maintain wooden garden furniture, ramps or teak decks annually.

 

This hardwoodoil has a very high solids content (98%), which means that a very high coverage is achieved with the first layer. Provides long-term protection from dirt or ageing for, among others, teakwood and bankirai. This hardwoodoil is very easy to apply.

 

Available in can sizes: 1L, 2,5L, 5L & 20L

Technical data

Download the technical data sheet here.

Safety data

Download the Material Safety Data sheet here.

What do I use Lacq Hardwood Oil for?

Lacq Hardwood Oil is used to treat your exterior wood against the adverse effects of the weather.
Treat the wood once a year. It is eminently suitable for use on garden furniture and decking.

What is the advantage of a high solid content?

High solid content means that Lacq Hardwood Oil is comprised of 98% high-quality vegetable oils .

These oils nourish and protect the wood.

The remainder will ensure ease of application of the Lacq Hardwood Oil.

What are the wood types I can use Lacq Hardwood Oil for?

Lacq Hardwood Oil can be applied to all types of wood.

Recommended application methods

Before applying:
Make sure the surface is dry, dust-free and free from any surface contamination i.e. oil or grease.

Remove any algae and moss growth and weathered spots from the wood using Lacq Turbogel.

 

Application
Apply using a flat brush or roller. Leave for twenty minutes and remove any excess oil using a lint free cloth. Avoid building layer thickness on the surface.

 

Wood is a natural product and might not absorb the product evenly across the surface. If ‘chapped’ areas remain visible in the wood after complete drying (15 hours at 20°C) repeat the treatment.