INTERGRAIN Nature's Timber Oil
A natural penetrating oil for exterior timber - consists of 98% naturally derived and sustainable raw materials.
- Blend of penetrating natural oils
- Formulated to nourish timber
- Environmentally responsible
- Easy application and maintenance
- UV, mould and water resistant
- Will not crack, peel or blister
- Fast drying
- Consists of 98% naturally derived and sustainable raw materials
- Contains Tung oil for excellent durability
|VOC Properties||< 665g/L|
|Weatherability||Formulated for exterior use|
|Heat Resistance||Up to 120C. Prolonged exposure to this temperature will cause yellowing|
|Water Resistance||Very good water repellancy on exposed surfaces|
|Abrasion Resistance||Moderate resistance to abrasion|
|Solvent Resistance||Resists mineral turpentine and similar solvents|
|Salt Resistance||Unaffected by splash or spillage|
Brush, Applicator or Spray
New Bare Timber: Allow timber to weather for approximately 4-6 weeks until leaching of the tannins and oils has ceased. After this time, clean timber with Intergrain Reviva, closely following label instructions. Previously Painted, Stained or Oiled Timber: All paints and coatings that seal the surface must be thoroughly removed back to bare timber. For previously oiled or stained coatings that do not seal the surface, clean timber with Intergrain Reviva, closely following label instructions. Weathered, Grey or Mould Affected Timber: For best results, sand timber back to a fresh surface. Remove sanding dust, and clean timber with Intergrain Reviva, closely following label instructions. Clean all timber with Intergrain Reviva Timber Cleaner, closely following label instructions. Ensure surface is rinsed clean and allowed to thoroughly dry. Test if the surface is ready for coating by sprinkling water on the timber. If the water beads on the surface, repeat the application of Reviva. If the water is absorbed into the timber, it is ready for coating. In humid, tropical or mould susceptible areas, new and cleaned timber should be treated with Intergrain TSS Timber Sterilising Solution before coating. TSS should be left for 24 hours before overcoated. Fill nail holes and surface defects with Intergrain Woodblend Wood Filler after applying the first coat of Nature's Timber Oil. APPLICATION Do not apply by roller. Stir thoroughly before and during use with a flat blade stirrer. Do not thin. If project requires more than one can of tinted Nature's Timber Oil, mix cans together in one large container to achieve colour uniformity. Apply TWO coats Nature's Timber Oil with a brush or flat pad applicator. Allow the first coat to dry for 4 hours. Apply the second coat and wipe off excess oil after 15-30 minutes. Do not allow the second coat to become tacky before wiping off excess. MAINTENANCE When timber starts to show signs of dryness and loses its colour, clean timber with Reviva and recoat with another coat of Nature''s Timber Oil as described above.
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Use on all exterior timber including decking, walkways, railings, garden furniture, rough sawn weatherboards, shingles and fences. It can also be used for interior flooring where a continuous and harmonious appearance between the interior floor and external decking is desired.
10L, 4L, 1L
Matt to Low Sheen, available in Natural, Jarrah or Merbau
Use and typical specification
Intergrain Nature's Timber Oil is a natural, transparent, penetrating oil for timber decking, garden furniture, fences and other exterior timber. Nature's Timber Oil has water, UV, mould and fungus resistant properties and is fast drying, allowing two coats to be applied in one day. Nature's Timber Oil will not crack, peel or blister as it weathers and contains Tung Oil, a natural oil, which penetrates deeply into the timber providing excellent durability. Intergrain Nature's Timber Oil consists of 98% naturally derived and sustainable raw materials from renewable resources, so it is an environmentally responsible option compared to products that contain synthetic and petrochemical based ingredients.