Linseed Oil,Soya Oil
- Company Name:Aptika.Ltd
- Membership:Free Member
- Registration Date:2016. 09.22
- City: Kyiv
- Related Keywords:Smoking Oil, Grape Seed Oil
Linseed oil, extracted from flax seed, is one of the most useful natural oils. It is used as a preservative for wood, concrete, and an ingredient in paints, varnishes, and stains. As if that wasn't enough, it is also used in soaps, inks, and in the production of linoleum! Note that the first three letters of linoleum are lin... for linseed! (graphic left of flax flowers courtesy Martin C. Michener, Ph.D., Faculty, Landscape Institute, Boston Architectural College).
But for home repair purposes (the reason you are probably reading this article) the preservative qualities of linseed oil are our focus. It preserves and prevents deterioration of woods and/or concrete surfaces in products that we rely in all the places we live, work, shop, and entertain ourselves... ensuring their quality and longevity is something linseed oil has been doing for years. Let's take some time to talk about this "stealth" maintenance product most people will never use alone, but we all depend on (in its various forms) every day!
Linseed oil is a slow-drying liquid with good preservative properties and water resistance.
Before the advent of modern preservatives and synthetics, it was commonly used as a stand-alone preservative for wood, natural (hemp) rope, and masonry, as a conditioner for natural boar's hair paint brushes, and as an additive for oil paints. It was also valuable inside as a furniture finish and for wood floors.
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