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Ronseal Natural Soft sheen Wood oil, 2.5L
You can apply this floor oil from Ronseal to , using a brush, to provide protection. It takes 30 minutes to dry and will cover up to 16 m² per litre on average.
- Nourishes & protects wooden floors, bringing out the natural beauty of wood.
- Suitable for Wood
- Water resistant
Features and benefits
If you want a product that nourishes your wooden floor whilst protecting it, look no further this floor oil is perfect. It soaks into the wood to bring out its natural beauty and protects it from water spillage.
- Dries in just 30 minutes
- Water resistant
- Beautiful natural sheen finish
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Drying time||30 min|
|Minimum touch dry time||30min|
|Number of coats||3|
|Recoat time||30 minutes|
|VOC level||Very high|
This worked for me!
Kate can do it - 1 year ago
After renovation of my Georgian flooring which involved replacing some boards with similar age but not exactly the same flooring I wanted to put some nourishment back into the wood but to also add some richness and to even out the wood colour. I loved the result however can understand the negative reviews. If you like the pale stripped look you have achieved and this probably relates to Victorian flooring then don’t use this as it’s not clear and it does stain. However for the effect that I wanted it’s perfect and would use again and recommend as it’s easy to use and has brought the floor back to life!
Anonymous - 2 year ago
A week of sanding the floors back to a beautiful soft beachy looking finish it was now time to preserve what I had achieved over a week & £400 of sanding.
Colron clear for the dipped & stripped doors but there was too much floor to do with it. A last min decision in B&Q was Ronseal ‘clear’ floor oil. It came out red, absolutely gutted. Costly too for how pathetic a product it is.
Not an oil finish
Saintangel - 2 year ago
Wish I had read the reviews here before using this product. I would say it is a varnish, not an oil. Was hoping for a natural look on our floor boards,. Even after buffing it has a very shiny finish. Very disappointed.
Care when using on already oiled floor
Gregnut - 3 year ago
I used this product to maintain an oak floor which had previously been treated with a traditional 'Danish' Oil (Woca Oil). The Ronseal product produces a sheen finish, whereas the Danish oil is a matt finish. After the first coat, the result was very patchy, with shiny areas and matt areas. A second coat improved this, and it could probably do with a third coat to achieve an overall sheen. If you have previously used Danish oil, it's probably best to use the same oil when maintaining it.
The Ronseal has a big advantage in that it dries very quickly, in less than an hour, which helps a lot with a room that is in constant use - Danish oil takes at least 12 hours to dry.
A couple of hints - when using as a maintenance oil, don't wait 15 minutes before wiping off the excess oil, as it says on the tin, do it straight away, as it becomes tacky very quickly. And make sure you have plenty of cloths to wipe off the excess- the cloths very quickly become saturated and don't work to remove the excess oil, which is important to achieve a smooth finish.
Apply with mop
Dohanut - 3 year ago
I have applied this to my solid oak floor about 5 times now. It doesn't darken my wood. Takes much longer to dry maybe 6 hours. I do it before bed! I apply it with one of those giant flat mops after brushing it then cleaning it then mopping with meths. I sprinkle and mop. I may waste a little and you need to be careful to go back and forth over an area at a time.
A lovely waterproof seal which can be a little slippy to start with.
Got to get all the dirt and hair or it will be immortalised but once dry a little fine sanding and a precision brush pretty much cures it.