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Gilly's Pure Hemp Oil For Timber 250ml

Gilly's Pure Hemp Oil For Timber 250ml

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  • Made in Australia
This Gilly's Pure Hemp Oil For Timber is ideal to keep your timber looking fresh and happy. Made in Australia from 100% natural ingredients with no nasties included. Food safe and suitable to be used in skin care products too. Versatile and natural, amazing! Bottle: 250ml

Features

100% natural ingredient.

Ideal for use on Timber finishes, chalk paint seal, or in skin care products.

Food safe product. 

No nasties included - Zero VOC, No additives, No petro-chemicals.

Australian grown, pressed and packaged.

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250ml volume

250

Made from

Pure hemp seed oil (cold pressed from cannabis sativa spp.)

Care & Use

Applying to raw timber:

Surface Preparation:
Before you begin, make sure your surface is clean and dust free. If you’re applying hemp oil over a piece painted with chalk paint, ensure you give the paint about 12 hours to dry before you apply the oil.

Hemp oil is a deep green colour but as a natural oil, will vary somewhat between batches. When first applied, it will deepen the colour of your finish (as if it were wet) but it will slowly lighten over time as the oil soaks in and cures.

How to Apply:
Use a lint-free rag, or a paintbrush to apply hemp oil; sponges are also effective. Use sparingly - wipe one thin coat over the surface and let it soak into the finish for 12 hours.

Apply up to three coats for areas of higher wear (for example, timber chair seats, handrails, table tops etc.) Can be buffed to impart a gentle lustre.

For general maintenance and wear, simply re-apply as the surface becomes faded or dry. Normally only required every 2 years.

Clean up: Use warm, soapy water or a solvent. Hang out rags to dry, or soak in water. Don’t leave scrunched up.

Circular life

Reuse, refill or recycle the container.

Made in

Australia

Brand story

All Gilly's products stocked at Biome contain no petrochemicals.  They are made from plant oils, a natural solvent made from crushed orange peels, and some have beeswax.

Do I need an oil or a wax?

Oiling is the easy go-to, particularly if you don't require any sort of sheen or mechanical protection. Oiling moisturises the timber to stop cracking and warping. It is brilliant for wooden and bamboo chopping boards and grazing platters, or rougher timber as waxes tend to get caught in rogue fibres.   

Use Liquid Beeswax (a rich blend of plant based oils, citrus solvent and beeswax with a subtle citrus aroma), or the vegan Chopping board oil

Waxing is a more involved process, that gives an extra layer of protection to seal in the nourishing oils. First you oil to hydrate, allowing the wood to dry thoroughly, and then apply fine layers of the Food Safe Wax buffing and drying in between.

Use the two step process of oiling then waxing, to nourish and protect wooden and bamboo cleaning brushes and children's toys.

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