Hardwax Oil

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  • Treatex Hardener 0.1lt

    For high traffic floors Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear can be mix
    Quick Overview

    For high traffic floors Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear can be mixed in the ratio 10:1 to Treatex Hardener to increase the mechanical resistance of the finished surface. Treatex Hardener can be used in one or both coats of Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear. Adding Treatex Hardener to Treatex Hardwax Oil starts a chemical reaction which can’t be stopped, the mixture will set in the tin even with the lid on! The mixture remains usable for up to three hours, so only mix enough for one coat at a time.

  • Treatex Hardener 0.25lt

    For high traffic floors Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear can be mix
    Quick Overview

    For high traffic floors Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear can be mixed in the ratio 10:1 to Treatex Hardener to increase the mechanical resistance of the finished surface. Treatex Hardener can be used in one or both coats of Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear. Adding Treatex Hardener to Treatex Hardwax Oil starts a chemical reaction which can’t be stopped, the mixture will set in the tin even with the lid on! The mixture remains usable for up to three hours, so only mix enough for one coat at a time.

  • Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear 1lt

    Protect and enhance the natural beauty of wood with Treatex
    Quick Overview

    Protect and enhance the natural beauty of wood with Treatex Hardwax Oil. Suitable for all types of internal joinery including floors, stairs, doors and worktops.
    Available in three different sheen levels Matt (least shiny), Satin or Gloss (most shiny). Apply two coats with a brush or roller. For oily or dense timbers thin the first coat by mixing in 10% Treatex Thinner (Isoparaffin). Treatex Hardener can be added to Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear to increase the mechanical resistance of the finished surface. One coat of Treatex Hardwax Oil Natural or Treatex Colour Tone can be applied underneath Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear.

  • Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear 2.5 lt

    Protect and enhance the natural beauty of wood with Treatex
    Quick Overview

    Protect and enhance the natural beauty of wood with Treatex Hardwax Oil. Suitable for all types of internal joinery including floors, stairs, doors and worktops.
    Available in three different sheen levels Matt (least shiny), Satin or Gloss (most shiny). Apply two coats with a brush or roller. For oily or dense timbers thin the first coat by mixing in 10% Treatex Thinner (Isoparaffin). Treatex Hardener can be added to Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear to increase the mechanical resistance of the finished surface. One coat of Treatex Hardwax Oil Natural or Treatex Colour Tone can be applied underneath Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear.

  • Treatex Hardwax Oil Coloured 1lt

    Wood doesn’t always match the other colours in our home. D
    Quick Overview

    Wood doesn’t always match the other colours in our home. Don’t fret, change the colour of interior timbers with our range of colour tones. Brush or roller on one coat to unfinished timber. Remove any excess product immediately with a lint free cloth. Allow to dry then seal with two coats of Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear, or for a whiter white seal Spruce with Treatex Hardwax Oil Natural. Different timbers will take colours differently, we advise to do a sample before finishing the whole area. All Treatex Colour Tones can be mixed.

  • Treatex Hardwax Oil Coloured 2.5lt

    Wood doesn’t always match the other colours in our home. D
    Quick Overview

    Wood doesn’t always match the other colours in our home. Don’t fret, change the colour of interior timbers with our range of colour tones. Brush or roller on one coat to unfinished timber. Remove any excess product immediately with a lint free cloth. Allow to dry then seal with two coats of Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear, or for a whiter white seal Spruce with Treatex Hardwax Oil Natural. Different timbers will take colours differently, we advise to do a sample before finishing the whole area. All Treatex Colour Tones can be mixed.

  • Treatex Hardwax Oil Natural – 1lt

    Treatex Hardwax Oil Natural can be used in two different way
    Quick Overview

    Treatex Hardwax Oil Natural can be used in two different ways:
    1) as a base coat which is designed to neutralise the colour change caused by applying Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear. To change the appearance of light coloured timbers such as oak as little as possible, brush (not roller) on a thin coat of Treatex Hardwax Oil Natural on to unfinished timber, before sealing with clear Treatex Hardwax Oil. Treatex Hardwax Oil Natural should not be used as a base coat on darker coloured timbers.

    2) as a top coat on top of our Spruce Colour Tone. For a whiter white seal our Spruce Colour Tone with two coats of Treatex Hardwax Oil Natural.

  • Treatex Hardwax Oil Natural – 2.5lt

    Treatex Hardwax Oil Natural can be used in two different way
    Quick Overview

    Treatex Hardwax Oil Natural can be used in two different ways:
    1) as a base coat which is designed to neutralise the colour change caused by applying Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear. To change the appearance of light coloured timbers such as oak as little as possible, brush (not roller) on a thin coat of Treatex Hardwax Oil Natural on to unfinished timber, before sealing with clear Treatex Hardwax Oil. Treatex Hardwax Oil Natural should not be used as a base coat on darker coloured timbers.

    2) as a top coat on top of our Spruce Colour Tone. For a whiter white seal our Spruce Colour Tone with two coats of Treatex Hardwax Oil Natural.

  • Treatex Thinner (Isoparaffin) 1lt

    When treating oily or dense timbers e.g. iroko, sovaldi ipe
    Quick Overview

    When treating oily or dense timbers e.g. iroko, ipe, teak, jarrah, merbau etc. thin the first coat of Treatex Hardwax Oil Clear with approximately 10% Treatex Thinner (Isoparaffin). This allows the product to properly penetrate into these type of timbers.