Boiled Linseed Oil - Gallon

QLO45 – Quart
GLO45 – Gallon
CLO45 – 5 Gallon


Helpful Tip

Boiled Linseed Oil must penetrate the surface of the wood in order to completely dry. An excessive buildup of Boiled Linseed Oil will cause a gummy residue or blotchy finish to form on the surface of the wood.


OTHER Solvents And Thinners PRODUCTS

Boiled Linseed Oil

Klean-Strip® Boiled Linseed Oil is both a thinner for oil-based paints and a coating that creates a beautiful hand-rubbed finish on fine wood and antiques.

As a coating, Klean-Strip® Boiled Linseed Oil helps bring out the attractive tones and grain patterns of natural wood —penetrating, sealing and protecting unfinished wood surfaces against damage from watermarks, scratches and warping.

As a thinner, Klean-Strip® Boiled Linseed Oil improves the flow, leveling and durability of oil-based paints and adds a nice gloss to the final finish.

Produced from the seed of the flax plant, Klean-Strip® Boiled Linseed Oil is processed to dry faster than raw linseed oil.

   

Paint Additive: A small amount of Boiled Linseed Oil may be added to oil-based paint to improve flow, lessen brush drag, and increase both the gloss and durability of the dried paint. Follow the coating manufacturer’s instructions for the addition of Boiled Linseed Oil. Do not use more than the recommended amount.

Furniture: Boiled Linseed Oil can be used to develop the full warmth and richness of unfinished wood and increase its resistance to water-marks, scratches and warping. Rub Boiled Linseed Oil into the surface and allow 5 to 10 minutes to penetrate the wood. Remove excess oil with a clean, dry cloth.

Gunstocks: Rub Boiled Linseed Oil into unfinished gunstocks to bring out their natural beauty and protect the wood. Remove any excess oil with a clean, dry cloth.

Other Uses: Apply Boiled Linseed Oil to condition farm and garden implements and to help protect metal surfaces from rust.

​IMPORTANT: Carefully read all directions, notes and cautions prior to use. Only use this product as directed on the label. Protect eyes with chemical splash goggles and avoid prolonged skin contact.

CLEAN-UP: Clean tools and equipment with Mineral Spirits or Turpentine.

STORAGE: Do not use or store this product near any source of heat or open flame, furnace areas, pilot lights, stoves, etc. Keep it in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight, at temperatures below 120°. Keep container closed when not in use. Do not reuse this container.

DISPOSAL: If container is corroded, rusted or shows other signs of deterioration, dispose of product. Dispose of empty cans and leftover product at your local household hazardous waste collection facility. If one is not available, dispose of in accordance with federal, state and local regulations.

CAUTION! CAN CAUSE SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION. Boiled Linseed Oil generates heat as it dries, which can cause the spontaneous combustion of materials contacted by this product. Oily rags, waste, and other oily materials contacted by Boiled Linseed Oil can cause spontaneous combustion fires if not handled properly. USE EXTREME CAUTION. Immediately after use and before disposal or storage, you MUST:

  1. Handwash rags thoroughly with water and detergent outside in a bucket and rinse. Repeat washing and rinsing until you have removed all oil from all cloths, tools, rags, paper, clothing, mops and any other materials contacted during use or as a result of an accidental spill.
  2. Spread all rinsed materials outside to dry by flattening them out to their full size in an airy spot for at least 24 hours at temperatures above 40°F until completely dry.

CAUTION! Contains Linseed Oil.

FIRST AID - IF SWALLOWED, immediately call your poison control center, hospital emergency room or physician immediately for instructions.

IN CASE OF EYE CONTACT, immediately flush with water, remove any contact lens, continue flushing with water for at least 15 minutes, then get immediate medical attention.

IN CASE OF SKIN CONTACT, immediately wash with soap and water. If irritation persists, get medical attention.

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

MAX V.O.C. - 0%

What do you do if a surface becomes sticky after using boiled linseed oil?
Rub the surface with a clean cloth dipped in paint thinner.

Is Klean Strip® Boiled Linseed Oil flammable?
No, but the product does put off heat as it dries. All rags used must be washed with soap and water and dried flat outside prior to disposal to prevent spontaneous combustion.

How do I store Klean Strip® Boiled Linseed Oil?
Store in a cool dry area, and keep lid closed tightly.

Can I use Klean Strip® Boiled Linseed Oil on a gun stock?
Yes, as long as the wood is bare so the Linseed Oil can penetrate into the grain.

What is the shelf life of Klean Strip® Boiled Linseed Oil?
The shelf life is three years unopened and six months after opening.

The “Directions for Use” are included to help you better understand our product. However, they do not provide you with all of the information needed to use the product safely and effectively. Prior to using any of our products, you should always read the entire label including all cautions. A copy of the current label is linked to this webpage.