Kitchen Timber Oil
Rich Tung Oil Designed For Kitchen Timber
Kitchen Timber Oil contains clear natural tung oil for nourishing and protecting timber benches, cutting boards, salad bowls and all interior timber. When Kitchen Timber Oil is dry, it gives a natural matt finish that is resistant to water and spills.
Kitchen Timber Oil can be easily maintained as the timber starts to show signs of drying out; there’s no need to sand the surface, maintenance coats can just be wiped on once surface is clean and dry.
The surface must be clean, dry, and free from dirt, grease, oil, wax and mould. Sand to a smooth surface and clean to remove dust. If the timber has been previously coated, ensure the surface is thoroughly stripped and sanded back to bare timber
Stir thoroughly before and during application with a flat blade stirrer taking care not to introduce bubbles.
Apply a liberal coat of Kitchen Timber Oil to the timber with a brush, roller or clean cloth. Ensure the surface is evenly covered.
Leave the Kitchen Timber Oil to soak into timber for approximately 45 to 60 minutes and then wipe off any excess product with a clean cloth. Allow approximately 24 hours to dry between coats.
Apply a second coat of Kitchen Timber Oil following the application process outlined above. Allow a minimum of 24 hours to dry.
For a wax finish use Feast Watson Mastertouch Canauba Wax.Allow 7 days before waxing.
Seal soft porous timbers with one coat of Kitchen Timber Oil first for even absorption rate of stain. Add up to a maximum of 10% Feast Watson Prooftint to Kitchen Timber Oil and follow directions for use outlined above
Clean using Feast Watson Floorclaen. To rejuvenate, ensure that the surface to be treated is dry and free from dirt, oil, wax and grease. Apply one light coat of Kitchen Timber Oil and buff.