Treatex Hardwax Oil Colour Tone 11083 – Dark Oak 1ltr







Treatex Hardwax Oil Colour Tone 11083 – Dark Oak 1ltr


Treatex Hardwax Oil Colour Tone 11083 – Dark Oak 1ltr

Introduction

Wood doesn’t always match the other colours in our home. Don’t fret, change the colour of interior timbers with our range of colour tones. Brush or roller on one coat to unfinished timber. Remove any excess product immediately with a lint-free cloth. Allow to dry then seal with two coats of Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear, or for a whiter white seal Spruce with Treatex Hardwax Oil Natural. Different timbers will take colours differently, we advise doing a sample before finishing the whole area. All Treatex Colour Tones can be mixed.

Main Features

  • Easy to apply
  • Quick drying
  • No sanding required between coats
  • Low odour
  • Water resistant
  • Withstands high temperatures
  • Very durable
  • Easy to clean with Treatex Floor Care or Treatex Surface Cleaner
  • Easy to maintain with Treatex Wax Polish
  • Spot repairable
  • R10 slip resistance certified and slip-resistant certified for commercial use

Preparation

Various timbers will take colour differently, we strongly recommend a trial application. If the surface to be treated is rough, sand smooth with 80-120 grit sandpaper (no sanding is required between coats). If a previous surface coating finish is present e.g. varnish, lacquer, hard wax oil, etc., sand back to bare wood, again using 80-120 grit sandpaper. Most previously oiled surfaces can be overcoated without sanding. Remove any dust, dirt, and make sure the surface to be treated is clean, free of contaminants, and thoroughly dry. Surfaces can be cleaned using Treatex Refreshment Cleaner. Stir tins and ensure the product is at room temperature before use. We strongly recommend following the instructions provided by the manufacturer.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can Treatex Hardwax Oil be used on all types of wood?

Yes, Treatex Hardwax Oil is suitable for all types of internal joinery including floors, stairs, doors, furniture, and kitchen worktops.

How many coats of Treatex Hardwax Oil Colour Tone should I apply?

One coat of Treatex Hardwax Oil Colour Tone is usually sufficient. However, if you desire a darker or more intense color, you can apply additional coats.

How long does Treatex Hardwax Oil take to dry?

Treatex Hardwax Oil dries quickly, usually within 4-6 hours. However, it is recommended to wait at least 24 hours before subjecting the treated surface to heavy use or placing furniture on it.

How do I maintain the treated surface?

Treatex Hardwax Oil is easy to maintain. Regular cleaning with Treatex Floor Care or Treatex Surface Cleaner is recommended. Additionally, you can use Treatex Wax Polish to keep the surface looking fresh and polished.

Is Treatex Hardwax Oil slip-resistant?

Yes, Treatex Hardwax Oil is R10 slip resistance certified and slip-resistant certified for commercial use, ensuring safety in various environments.

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