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Liberon Teak Oil with UV Filter

Liberon Teak Oil with UV Filter


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Use Liberon Teak Oil to enhance and nourish hard, exotic or oily wood such as teak, iroko, rosewood and many more.

Liberon Teak Oil is a combination of pure tung oil and linseed oil, together with added UV filters to help reduce discolouration from the sun.

Suitable for interior and exterior use. Liberon Teak Oil achieves a professional cabinet maker's finish on hard wood, producing a hard wearing satin finish.

Please see the INFO tab above for Preparation and Application advice.

Please also see our full range of alternative wood Oils including Liberon Finishing Oil, Danish Oil or Tung Oil.

Drying Time upto 24 hours IconDrying Time upto 24 hours

Brush or Cloth applied IconBrush or Cloth applied

Coverage 10-12 SqMtrs per Litre per Coat IconCoverage 10-12 SqMtrs per Litre per Coat

3 coats required Icon3 coats required

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Liberon Teak Oil with UV Filter Reviews

Feedback for Liberon Teak Oil with UV Filter - 500ml has been compiled from 1 reviews.

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Liberon Teak Oil - 5 litre

Customer Comment:

Excellent service arrived promptly and good price.

Delivery Information

 UK Mainland
 Standard Delivery

2-3 Days 1

FREE - Orders over 40
 Express DeliveryNext Working Day 1
£2.50 - Orders over £40
 Premium AMMon-Fri Pre 12
Mon-Fri Pre 10.30AM
 Premium Saturday Saturday 9:00-17:00 £9.95

 Scottish Highlands, Islands, Isle of Wight, Isle of Man

 Standard Delivery 3-4 Days £6.95
 Northern Ireland
 Standard Delivery3-4 Days £9.95
 Republic of Ireland and Channel Islands
 Standard Delivery 3-4 Days£14.95

1 Order online before 5pm Monday - Friday for same day dispatch.

Highland Postcodes:
AB30-38, AB44-56, FK17-21, G83, IV (all), KW0-14, PH17-32, PH34-48
Aberdeenshire, Angus, Argyllshire, Ayrshire, Caithness, Highland, Invernes-shire, Perthshire, Ross-shire, Stirlingshire

Offshore Postcodes:
BT (all), HS1-9, IM (all), KA27-28, KW15-99, PA20-99, PH33, PH49-99, PO30-41, ZE (all)
Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Channel Islands and Scottish Islands

Liberon Teak Oil with UV Filters:

Preparation: Remove any prior finishes with Liberon Wax and Polish Remover, or remove varnish with Liberon Fine Wood Stripper to leave bare wood. Ensure surface is clean, dry and dust-free.

Application: Liberon Teak Oil can be applied by a quality brush such as Mako Woodcare Brush or a Liberon Lint-free Cloth. Apply oil and leave to soak in for up to 15 minutes, then remove any excess remaining with a clean lint-free cloth, to prevent a sticky surface appearing. Apply additional coats as above.

Depending on how dry or damaged the wood is, will ascertain how many applications are required. Leave a 24 hour time lapse between coats, allowing the last coat to fully harden before use.

Liberon recommend at least three coats on both internal and external wood. For a professional finish, gently rub with Liberon Ultra Fine Steel Wool (0000) between coats. Use sand paper when oiling outdoor furniture.

Please note: As oil finishes bring out the natural colours of the wood and a wet surface is an indication of the final colour, always test Liberon Teak Oil on a discreet area to establish finished result.

Maintenance: Clean surfaces using a damp cloth and any spillages should be wiped up immediately. If a stubborn stain occurs, a mild detergent can be used. Re-oil once or twice per year to maintain protection.

Do not use Liberon Teak Oil on External Oak, Liberon Pure Tung Oil is the best product for external oak.

Available in: 250ml, 500ml, 1 Litre, 5 Litre containers.

Coverage: 1 Litre - 10-12 SqMtrs

      Liberon Product Selection Guide for Exterior Treatments

      Liberon Product Selection Guide for Oil Finishes

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