Scan Design's Teak & Walnut Wood Oil is for the maintenance of untreated or oiled furniture made from hardwoods such as Teak, Walnut, Mahogany, Beech, Ash, Oak, and the like. This turpentine-free oil is based on the finest and cleanest oils, is water resistant and protects the wood from desiccation.
Bring back and maintain the luster of your wood furniture with the regular use of Teak & Walnut Wood Oil. Teak & Walnut Wood Oil is highly recommended in the care and maintenance of wood furniture - to help make it last a lifetime.
Apply the oil evenly on new or newly cleaned wood. Use a brush, soft sponge or a lint free cloth. Always work in the direction of the grain. When treating table tops, remember to treat both sides. Drying time: Approx. 3 hours.
Completely dry after 24 hours.
Take advantage of Wood Cleaner before treatment with Teak & Walnut Wood Oil.
Shake the product well before use. Test always the product on a non-visible spot. Keep out of reach of children.
Risk of spontaneous ignition:
Oil-soaked cloths, abrasive dust etc. can spontaneous ignite. Soak cloth etc. in water and dispose or keep in a fireproof container.
Per bottle: 20 fl oz (591ml)
(price pr. oz: $1.45)
Standard Shipping: $8 /bottle
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