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Pure hemp oil – Homestead House

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Hemp oil is used for finishing wood. It is a solvent-free product that creates a durable, waterproof surface with a antique look. Use hemp oil on new, tinted, finished with milk paint or to revive the look of a tarnished wood already painted or dyed. It seals the pores of the wood to protect it and leaves no film that could eventually scratch. Hemp oil is 100% pure and safe for food. It can be applied in the kitchen on the wood (cutting boards, bowls or utensils) or on the stone. Hemp oil can restore old oil-based paint or stain, or protect and shine surfaces such as wrought iron and natural stone. Hemp oil doesn’t go rancid overtime because it has already been oxidized and processed.

  • No VOC;
  • Hazelnut smell that fades quickly;
  • Can be used indoors;
  • Our hemp oil is 100% natural;
  • Contains no petroleum or chemical products;
  • Hardens on contact with air by evaporation and oxidation;
  • Shape a satin finish and a waterproof layer while allowing the wood to breathe;
  • Reasonable resistance to water, abrasion, alcohol and acids;
  • Easy to maintain,
  • Do not darken the wood over time as does linseed oil;
  • On a very pale wood it leaves a greenish tint that fades after 30 day;
  • May be diluted with a citrus solvent to improve penetration.

Preparation:

The first layer of hemp oil can be colored with our natural earth pigments or bitumen of Judea. The following layers should not be tinted.

*** Tip ***

To improve the process of penetration and drying. it is recommended to dilute the oil with ISO-thinner or even better with our citrus solvent

** Use pure oil for surfaces in contact with food.

Maintenance:

For the maintenance of oiled wood we recommend the use of Evo black soap an ecological soap based on black olive oil.

Finished:

Matte satin

Covered area:

120 to 230 sq. ft. / ​​Liter depending in the specie of wood.

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