Rated 5 out of 5Â by Spenser Easy to use - looks great
I've never used Danish Oil before but it was recommended by the manufacturers of my (solid beech) worktops... and by a lot of other kitchen experts it seems. It's more like a varnish than an oil but MUCH easier to get a great finish. You can apply it with a rag but I used a good quality brush which worked extremely well and (I felt) was probably more economical than rags. I used 3 coats as recommended (2 on day 1 - and the third on day 2). The final coat needs 24 hours before use - it looks absolutely fabulous.
When you apply the first coat it seems you are going to use a LOT of product (especially on end-grain where it disappears instantly) but the second coat is much more economical and the third can be really thin. 500ml did a full 3 metre worktop (less a sink cutout). I treated both sides. Very pleased with the result. The product REALLY penetrates the wood and should give an extremely lasting finish. Water droplets just sit there.
Would recommend and will use again.
12 Aug 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by CharlieG Refined Oil
Not much to say about this, goes on easy and looks great. Mixed it with a little stain as it is very light when used on light wood. Nice finish
18 Jul 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by DMLesh Good quality Danish Oil
Purchased Oak Veneer interior doors which we wanted to treat without altering the colour too much. This oil does a good job, applies well using a cloth (a little goes a long way) and provides a gentle sheen whilst slightly darkening the veneer. Overall a good product and will be using again.
1 Jul 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by DIY63Joe Good stuff
Easy to use -no mess -competitive price.
Applied the oil & a couple of hours later enjoying the furniture in The sun
having a great BBQ .
24 Jun 2014