Packing size 0,5 l Range - Consumption per m² - Exact application rate values must be determined on site.
Special primer for highly absorbent wood, in particular end grains, beam heads and cutting edges, in indoor and outdoor areas. To be applied before Kreidezeit Wood Lazure or Stand Oil Paint. Also suitable as raw material for mixing oil varnishes and oil paints according to own recipes.
KREIDEZEIT Resin Oil consists of glycerol ester of wood rosin dissolved in balsamic turpentine. In our region, wood rosin is traditionally used to produce natural paints. It is extracted from living pine trees and is a renewable raw materials. If professionally tapped, a large pine tree can supply up to 4 kg of resin a year. This amount of resin can be extracted for up to ten consecutive years. The resin is separated by distillation into the volatile Balsamic Turpentine and the remaining solid part of the wood rosin. To improve the water resistance and hardness of the wood rosin, it is boiled with glycerin.
Physically dries as the solvent evaporates
Greatly reduces absorbency
Solvent-based, very economical
Transparent, honey-toned and colour-deepening
Cobalt, lead and barium-free
Balsamic turpentine and glycerol ester of wood rosin (approx. 40%)
Warning! There is a risk of self-ignition when working materials are soaked with product.
Application Remove any resin pockets and old synthetic resin-based coats. Sand down new or weathered wood (grit P80-100), rounding the edges. Do not use a finer sandpaper as this will make the wood too dense and unable to absorb enough oil. New, smooth, planed or finely pre-sanded wood should be rough sanded to ensure the oil can be absorbed. Dust down thoroughly after sanding. Soak absorbent cutting edges and end grain areas with Resin Oil and allow to dry for at least 24 hours.
Subsequent Coats For outdoor use, KREIDEZEIT Wood Lazure or Stand Oil Paint must be applied after the Resin Oil.
Drying Time Dust-dry after approx. 8 hours. Dry, sand and re-coat at 20°C and 60% relative humidy after approx. 24 hours. High humidity and cold temperatures significantly extend the drying time.