How do I use it?

Areas of use: Indoors
Wooden Floors
Drying time
30 Minutes

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Perfect finish. by Jus

I'd used teak oil on a very old Pine floor, but wasn't happy with the scruffy, matt finish. I washed it with sugar soap, brushed 3 coats of floor oil ON, and it now looks properly finished. It's glossy, and has brought the beautiful colour out. I'm very pleased with the product. However, it took longer to dry than the tin suggested.

Date submitted by: 02 August 2016

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Ronseal Floor Oil

If you're looking to nourish your floor while you protect it, our Floor Oil is perfect. It soaks into the wood to bring out its natural beauty. 

Before You Start

Choose a day which is warm and dry (above 10°c).  

Prep - Bare Floor
Give the floor a quick sand using 120 grit sandpaper. The best way to do this is by using a floor sander. Make sure you're wearing a face mask to do this as there will be a lot of dust. Vacuum the floor to get rid of any dust, then wipe down with white spirit. Leave to dry before oiling.

Prep – Previously Oiled Floor
Give the floor a good vacuum to get rid of any dirt and dust, then give it a wipe with white spirit. Leave to dry before oiling.

Using Your Floor Oil

Get loads of oil on your brush and apply it in the direction of the grain. Coat 3-4 floor boards at a time to avoid any crossover marks. 
Allow 15 minutes for the oil to penetrate the wood and remove any excess with a lint free cloth. 
Apply 3 coats, once the final coat has dried buff the surface with a lint free cloth to get a nice sheen.

Usage Areas: All interior wooden floors.
Compatibility: Bare and previously oiled floors. 
Clean Up: Clean all brushes with white spirit or brush cleaner.