Ronseal Hardwood Cedar Light Tinted Finish Furniture Oil 1L

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5010214867127

£16.72 per LTR

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This cedar furniture oil has been specially designed to give a durable and long-lasting finish, ideal for use on all quality hardwoods including teak, oak, mahogany and iroko. Its durable formulation means it is ideal for use on high wear areas such as tables and chairs.. Simply apply with a cloth and leave for 2 hours to dry.

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  • Suitable for bare or previously oiled wood

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Technical specification of Ronseal Hardwood Cedar Light Tinted Finish Furniture Oil 1L
Brand Ronseal
Range Hardwood
Colour description Cedar
Surface Finish Light tinted finish
Durability long lasting protection against the elements.
Drying time 2hours
Recoat time 6hours
Location External
Protection Replace oils lost through weathering
VOC description Low
Application Cloth
Application surface All quality hardwoods including Teak, Oak, Mahogany and Iroko. Its durable formulation means it is ideal for use on high wear areas such as tables and chairs.

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