Cold Pressed Linseed Oil

Cold Pressed Linseed Oil

55.20 kr

Cold Pressed Linseed Oil

Sikkativ (desiccant)
For indoor or outdoor use


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Cold-pressed linseed oil


Cold-pressed linseed oil is extracted by pressing linseed without chemical processes of any kind. Cold-pressed linseed oil has the finest molecular structure and thus the best penetration ability of all known oils. The oil penetrates and expands in the woodwork and is optimal for basic protection of woodwork before further treatment. It is also widely used for the treatment of e.g. kitchen worktops and the like. The oil nourishes and gives new life and glow to dry and worn-out woodwork.


If you want a more durable surface, you can finish it with wax.


For outdoor use, you will typically choose to either add a fungicide (fungicide) or to prime the woodwork with a linoleum varnish before treatment with linoleum paint.


The oil contains no solvents.



The cold-pressed linseed oil can be applied in several ways. The most important thing is that it is worked completely into the substrate before drying. The oil can be applied in very thin layers with a brush with approx. 1-3 days drying time per layer. You can also apply it in a thicker layer with a brush or a rubber spatula, let the wood soak for ½ hour, then remove excess oil with a lint-free cloth. Be aware that cloths containing linseed oil can spontaneously combust!!!!!



The wood must be raw, clean, dry and absorbent. Can possibly thoroughly cleaned with wood cleaner before treatment.


Range capability

10-20 m2/litre depending on the absorbency of the wood.


Drying time

1-3 days depending on the absorbency of the wood and application technique.



Tools used during work are cleaned in liquid brown soap and washed in lukewarm water.


Shelf life

Cold-pressed linseed oil can last a very long time, as long as it is stored airtight and frost-free.



The product can be added with siccative, fungicide & pigments.



Rags used during work can be self-igniting!!! They must therefore either be packed airtight, spread out so that the heat can escape during drying, or destroyed. Linseed oil dries by absorbing oxygen. In that process, heat is developed. If the heat cannot escape, such as from a crumpled cloth, it can spontaneously ignite.


Paint code: 00-1

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