A very low build near matt finish based on lemongrass oil which imparts a subtle lemon aroma to your project. Providing a clean fresh smell it is particularly suitable for the inside of boxes and drawers. This oil is also an excellent finish for turned work and interior timber projects that require a natural look. Further enhancement of the finish can be achieved with a good furniture wax such as Wood Wax 22. Apply with brush or cloth. Coverage: 1litre to 6 - 8m². Drying: approximately 2 - 24 hours.
|Application Method||Brush \ Rag or Cloth|
|Clean Up||White Spirit|
|Coverage||6 m² to 8 m² per litre|
|Drying Time||2 - 24 hours|
14 March 2016
Excellent productLemon oil is an excellent product which leaves the wood looking as it should (natural) with the added bonus of the lemon fragrance.
29 April 2013
The best oil finish I've foundAfter using mainly Danish Oil on my projects I really liked the initial look that the first few coats gave to my Oak projects, however wasn't a fan of the smell or the orange hue that would eventually emerge, this has fixed both of those problems, the Lemon Oil is very thin, colourless and soaks in well, leaving a totally natural finish that brings out the grain beautifully, especially in Oak, aswell as leaving a fresh lemon aroma in the room, which is strong when first applied but is certainly not overpowering after its had time to settle in, thoroughly recommended
15 November 2010
Useful low build finishAn excellent low build finish which, unlike danish oil, does not really create a surface finish/gloss at all, so leaves a very matt finish which retains all the narural characteristics of the wood ... bringing out a good depth of colour ( which is why many of us like oil ) without creating an actual surface finish which needs to be cut down or matted down to look natural. This is a very thin, non-viscous oil which soaks, almost entirely, into the surface of the timber even after multiple applications. Creates a very satisfactory water-resistance finish, even though it does not build to a gloss ... so good for hardwood bread boards, or pine panelling in bathrooms, etc.
Mr Andy Dingley
16 March 2007
Smelly!It's just too overpowering. I used it for a chest, had to leave the thing out in the sun for two days then fill it with lavender before delivery! Never again.