Minwax 47000 Antique Oil Finish, Clear, 1 Pt
Minwax Antique Oil Finish is an oil-based protective finish that gives wood a soft, hand-rubbed lustre. It’s durable, easily maintained, and highly resistant to staining. May may be used over finished and unfinished wood. Great for interior wood surfaces such as cabinets, tables, paneling, doors and trim. It works by penetrating the wood.
- Size: 1 Qt
- Produces a soft lustre that is durable
- Easily maintained & highly resistant to staining
- Fast & easy way to obtain a professional, hand rubbed-look on wood
- May be used over finished and unfinished wood
- Great for interior wood surfaces such as cabinets, tables, paneling, doors and trim. It works by penetrating the wood.
- Application Tool: Cloth or brush
- Recoat: After 24 hours
- Dry Time: 5-10 minutes prior to buffing
- Cleanup: Mineral spirits or paint thinner following the manufacturer’s safety instructions
- Coverage: 125-150 sqaure feet per quart
- Coats: 2 or 3
- Recommended Uses: Furniture, antiques, woodwork, cabinets, doors, paneling, accessories.
- Sand to obtain a smooth, uniform surface. Remove all dust with a cloth dampened with mineral spirits.
- Apply Minwax® Wood Finish™ Stain, if desired, following the label directions. Be sure the stain has dried completely before applying the finish
- Wipe or brush on a generous coat of Minwax® Antique Oil Finish. Apply in the direction of the wood grain
- Let sit on wood for approximately 5-10 minutes, then buff evenly with a clean, lint-free cloth
- Wait 24 hours and apply a second coat. Two coats are recommended
- For additional gloss, apply another coat of Minwax® Antique Oil Finish, 24 hours from application of previous coat. With Minwax® Antique Oil Finish you can control the brightness of the finish because the surface gains more gloss with each coat you apply. Note: If buffing is difficult, recoat surface immediately and buff.
- Use mineral spirits or paint thinner following manufacturer’s safety instructions.
- Approximately 125-150 square feet per quart.
- Removal of old paint by sanding, scraping or other means may generate dust or fumes that contain lead. Exposure to lead dust or fumes may cause brain damage or other adverse health effects, especially in children or pregnant women. Controlling exposure to lead or other hazardous substances requires the use of proper protective equipment such as a properly fitted respirator (NIOSH approved) and proper containment and cleanup. For more information, call the National Lead Information Center at 1-800-424-LEAD (in US) or contact your local health authority.