Treatex Hardwax Oil Ultra Clear

£17.00£70.50

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Treatex Hardwax Oil Ultra Clear is a next generation Hardwax Oil, designed to enhance and protect the natural beauty of all your interior timber surfaces. Hardwax Oil Ultra follows the success of the current Treatex formulas benefits of being user friendly, easy to apply and quick drying, all whilst improving ease of application and the durability of the finish.

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Treatex Hardwax Oil Ultra Clear is a next generation Hardwax Oil, designed to enhance and protect the natural beauty of all your interior timber surfaces. Hardwax Oil Ultra follows the success of the current Treatex formulas benefits of being user friendly, easy to apply and quick drying, all whilst improving ease of application and the durability of the finish.

The end result is a hard wearing and attractive finish in any situation including; floors, doors, stairs, furniture and kitchen worktops that is easy to maintain with maintenance products from our range, and is spot repairable if the surface is damaged.

Treatex Hardwax Oil Ultra is based on our formulation of sustainable raw materials that include Bees wax, Carnauba wax, Candilla wax, Linseed oil, sunflower oil, Jojoba oil. It contains no biocides or preservatives.

Additional information

Size

0.5L, 1L, 2.5L, 10L

Finish

Flat Matt, Gloss, Matt, Satin

Product Features

  • Has a “warming” effect on lighter coloured timbers (this can be prevented by first applying Treatex Hardwax Oil Ultra Natural is desired)

  • Usually no sanding required between coats (the timber grain may sometimes raise, which can be solved by a light sanding)

  • Withstands high temperatures

  • Easy to maintain with Treatex Wax Polish

  • Spot repairable

  • Slip resistance test BS 7976-2PTV certified. Suitable for domestic, commercial and wet areas.

  • Complies with regulation DIN 68861-1B: Resistance to spills of water, wine, beer, coffee, tea, fizzy drinks etc.

  • Safe for use on children’s toys: DIN EN 71-3

  • Meets with VOC emissions regulations

  • Recommended for those with dust allergies; dirt and dust can be removed easily

  • Contains no biocides, preservatives or carcinogens

  • Slip resistance further increased with the addition of Treatex R12 Anti-Slip additive

  • Easy to apply – buffed, brushed or rolled on

  • Quick drying – usually dry within 3-6 hours – dry in 1 hour when buffed

  • Low odour

  • Water resistant

  • Very durable – further strengthened with Treatex hardener

  • Easy to clean with Treatex Floor Care or Treatex Spray on Floor and Surface Clean

  • Food safe: BS EN 1186-3:2002 Overall migration in Aqueous stimulant by total immersion

Usage/Coverage

Suitable for: Internal use
Recommended timbers: All (dense/oily timbers may require Treatex Thinner). Has a warming effect on some timbers.
Applications: Floors, doors, stairs, worktops, woodturning, skirting, furniture, instruments etc.

Please Note!
Clear Hardwax Oil must always be used as the final coat when Natural Hardwax Oil or Colour Tones are applied*

Coverage

0.5L will cover approximately 10m² in one coat / 6m² in two coats depending on the timber and method of application.
1L will cover approximately 20m² in one coat / 12m² in two coats depending on the timber and method of application.
2.5L will cover approximately 50m² in one coat / 30m² in two coats depending on the timber and method of application.
10L will cover approximately 200m² in one coat / 120m² in two coats depending in the timber and method of application.
1L will cover approximately 3 doors in two coats depending on the timber and method of application.

*Natural can be used as a top coat with Spruce Colour Tone to achieve a pure bright white (see: Hardwax Oil Natural).

Application

Application Method 1 – when buffing the first coat with a machine

  • Sand 120-150 grit – Hardwax Oil should always be applied to bare timber or over a previous coat of Hardwax Oil

  • Apply a thin coat of ULTRA using a good quality roller

  • Leave for 10 minutes

  • Slow buff with a soft pad to remove excess

  • Finish using a lint free cloth under the buffer

  • Leave for 45 minutes to dry with good ventilation

  • Apply the final coat with best quality microfibre roller – do not buff this coat as there won’t be enough product left on the timber to protect properly

  • Usually ready for use after 8 hours

  • Usually ready for furniture after 18 hours

Application Method 2 – when applying with a brush or roller

  • Sand 100-150 grit – Hardwax Oil should always be applied to bare timber or over a previous coat of Hardwax Oil

  • Apply the first coat using a good quality brush or roller – do not apply thickly – this will result in extended drying times

  • First coat will usually be dry within 3-6 hours with good ventilation and airflow

  • Apply the second coat using a good quality brush or roller

  • Usually ready for use after 8 hours

  • Usually ready for furniture after 18 hours

Advice

  • If Treatex Hardwax Oil is applied too thickly, drying time can be considerably increased. To speed up drying time, raise the room temperature and increase air flow by opening doors and windows or using a fan.

  • Treatex brushes and rollers are available. Alternatively, use a high quality microfibre roller or good quality brush. Tightly wrap a plastic bag around wet rollers and brushes to stop them drying out between coats. Wet brushes and rollers can be cleaned using white spirit or Treatex Thinners. If you are using hardener then wet rollers and brushes will dry even if they are wrapped in a plastic bag and it will not be possible to clean them.

Self combustion

Treatex , like other natural oil based products contains Linseed oil. If you use a mechanical sander to remove any freshly applied linseed oil based product, you should empty the sawdust out of the machine on a regular basis as there is a small but possible risk of self combustion.