Rust-Oleum Watco Danish Oil Stains, Seals and Protect Wood In One Step
Rust-Oleum Watco Danish Oil is the best penetrating oil varnish for wooden surfaces when someone wants to give color (stain) to wood without disturbing its beauty in one step. This liquid solution performance three activities at a time; it goes into to the wooden pores properly and protect the surface, it seals the wood, and creates beautiful warm glow look. Watco Danish Oil Finish is available in several good-looking stains such as red mahogany, golden oak, dark walnut, black walnut, and more. Also, this unique finish helps wood grains to come out. It is very easy to apply the solution; it can be applied with help of brush or clean lint free rag. As it is easy to apply, many projects can be finished in a short period of time. Consequently, it has become a good choice of woodworkers.
Features of Watco Danish Oil
Creates hand rubbed warm glow.
Fine for interior wooden projects.
Won’t crack, chip or peel.
NOTE: it is not suggest use this product for wooden floors.
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How to Use Rust-Oleum Watco Danish Oil
Remove any existing finishes with sandpaper or stripper. Prepare bare wood for staining by sanding in the direction of the grain. Begin with 120 grit sandpaper and progress though 150, 180 and 220 grits. Before staining, remove all sanding dust and dirt with a vacuum, tack cloth, or rag dampened with mineral spirits. For grease and glue, remove with a rag dampened with mineral spirits.
Use only when air (ambient) temperature is between 60-90°F (16-32°C) and relative humidity is below 85%. Allow for longer dry times during damp and humid conditions. Mix or shake material thoroughly to ensure that any settled pigment is redispersed before application. Stir occasionally during use. Apply a test sample on a small inconspicuous area before proceeding with the entire job. Apply one coat of stain liberally with a brush or clean lint free rag. Allow to penetrate for 5-10 minutes then remove excess by wiping with a rag in the direction of the grain. Removal of all excess material is essential to ensure proper dry time and proper adhesion of topcoat