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Linseed oil varnish is a versatile product that has been used for centuries for various purposes. It is made from linseed oil, which is extracted from the seeds of the flax plant. Linseed oil is known for its high drying ability, which makes it an ideal binder for paints and varnishes.
One of the outstanding properties of linseed oil varnish is its ability to penetrate and seal materials. This creates a protective barrier against moisture, dirt and other harmful elements. This makes linseed oil varnish a popular choice for preserving and restoring wooden furniture, sculptures and antiques.
Another positive aspect is its natural origin and environmental friendliness. Compared to many modern varnishes and coatings, linseed oil varnish does not contain harmful chemicals or solvents. It is also biodegradable and non-toxic, making it a safe alternative for indoor use.
Wash hands and other exposed body parts with mild soap and water before eating, drinking or smoking and when leaving the work area. Provide process area with good ventilation and exhaust to prevent formation of vapors.
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The production of linseed oil varnish is relatively simple. First, linseed oil is refined and then by heating , to make it more stable. This produces a sticky, transparent product, called varnish. Linseed varnish, as the product is also called, is commonly used as a protective coating for wood, metal and other surfaces.
Store only in the original container in a cool, well-ventilated place. Keep container closed when not in use. Avoid direct exposure to sunlight.