- Most exotic woods (particularly iroko, merbau, ipe and teak) and certain European resinous woods (such as olive) have a pronounced drying retardant character, which can delay the drying time of an oil, causing surface defects, uneven appearance, etc. An application of Prim’Oil will prevent this delay from happening to the oil.
- Prim’Oil does not block the pores of the wood and increases the dust protection of the oil (or hard waxoil) applied on top.
- Prim’Oil is also water-repellent which makes it ideal to be used in areas subject to high levels of humidity: kitchens worktops and bathrooms for instance.
- It makes the maintenance of the oil easier afterwards
- Prim’Oil is also recommended on wood floors with "boat deck" joints. It can be overcoated with any Blanchon Oils.
- Quick-drying time.
- Colourless finish: Prim’Oil is invisible after application of the oil.
- Prim’Oil should only be used inside on parquets, wood floors, cross-grained wood flooring and interior woodwork before oiling (not suitable for exterior applications).
For further information and application methods, health and the environment see the technical data sheets in the attachment tab above.