Linseed Oil Wood Finish
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Using Boiled Linseed Oil - Glen Peterson - 03-20-2011 06:26 PM lumberjocks.com forum
Allback Linseed Oil Paints U.S. Distributor
Our Linseed Oil Paint is made from Purified Organic Boiled Linseed Oil. This organic paint is 100% free of any solvent and can be thinned out with boiled linseed oil. The white paint contains Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide. The colored paint contains Metal Oxide and Earth Pigment. You may apply this paint to any clean and dry surface including wood, concrete, corrugate steel/aluminum, plastic and old painted surfaces indoors and outdoors. For a high-gloss finish add Linseed Oil Varnish.
Viking Sales is the sole distributor of Allback Organic Linseed Oil Paints in the United States. This paint is not available in stores.
How To: Use Boiled Linseed Oil thecraftsmanblog.com article
Boiled Linseed Oil & Metal
A lesser known use for BLO is to protect metal from oxidation. You can apply a thin coat to non-moving parts and once dry it will protect and beautify the surface. Thick coats can get gummy which is another reason you don’t want to use this in moving parts which get stuck together.
I use it mainly for chisels, screwdrivers, heirloom tools, block planes, and more specifically cast iron tops of my “Big-Boy” tools in the shop like the table saw, mortiser, and band saw.
Sand off the rust and polish the metal with some 0000 steel wool then wipe on a thin coat of BLO and you’re good to go.
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crazy idea- linseed oil for concrete sealer??
09-27-2005, 8:33 PM #7 - Larry Copas - Linseed oil has been used for years to seal concrete. Mix it 50/50 with kerosene or mineral spirits and slosh it on with sprayer or roller. It’s not the best or longest lasting…expect to re-apply it to concrete outside every year or two. Will darken the concrete at first but lightens after a while.
And the smell does linger for a while.
rightpointe.com - Linseed Oil Anti-spall 50/50
LINSEED OIL ANTI-SPALL 50/50 is a half and half solution of mineral spirits and boiled linseed oil that functions as a fast drying, penetrating concrete sealer.
LINSEED OIL ANTI-SPALL 50/50 is designed to prevent the spalling and scaling of concrete, especially those structures that are exposed to the destructive effects of de-icing salts, freeze-thaw cycles, and ponding surface water. LINSEED OIL ANTI-SPALL 50/50 penetrates into the surface of concrete to seal and protect the material, extending its service life and protecting it from harsh winters.
- Will cause an amber coloration on applied surfaces
- Meets USEPA VOC regulations with a maximum 400 g/l VOC content
- Penetrates into the concrete prolonging the service life
- Prevents scaling and spalling
- Can also be used on wood structures to preserve and seal
- Ready to Use
mightyseal.com concrete sealer info.
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