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WOCA DK Natural Satin Worktop oil, 750ml
- Treatment and maintenance of wooden worktops and furniture
- Suitable for Wood
Features and benefits
WOCA worktop oil is an air hardening treatment that penetrates deep into the wood and leaves a tough water and stain resistant surface. The satin finish will highlight the wood’s natural glow and give the surface a natural, fresh appearance. WOCA worktop oil can be used on wooden surfaces that are untreated, previously oil-treated or sanded.
- Provides a dirt and water-resistant surface
- Enhances the woods natural glow, appearance and grain structure
- Suitable for all wood varieties
- Safe for food contact
|Application method||Brush or cloth|
|Drying time||24 h|
Tmm - 3 months ago
Wish I'd read the other reviews here before using this. Applied it as I have done with previous oils for my wooden worktop and 3 days later it's still tacky and patchy. Given the other reviews here I'm not looking forward to sanding it back and starting again with a different product. A complete waste of time.
Mark197888 - 3 months ago
This is a fantastic product! The only problem is people which cant read and write so dont read bad reviews! FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS!!!
easy to use
zara19985 - 5 months ago
I bought this to make a feature around fire setting
easy to use
did 3 coats on some oak and it looks lovely. just waiting for it to completely dry to fix into place no issues upto now
Britt H - 8 months ago
Got the maintenance fit with our new kitchen and worktops from B&Q.
I was rather nervous to use it after seeing so many bad reviews, however it worked perfectly.
I applied thinly with a paintbrush, left for 20 minutes and then wiped away excess with a lint free cloth. Did not leave any sticky residue.
I will definitely continue to use this product.
A great professional product
Newport P - 9 months ago
This came with our kitchen . Following the instructions, applying as required has left our worktops as good as new every time . Absolutely believe the issue is with the application not the product .