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Minwax

Model # 67500

Internet # 100178851

Store SKU # 459704

1 qt. Tung Oil Finish

$19.87 /each

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The Minwax 1 qt. Tung Oil Finish penetrates wood pores and revitalizes dry interior wood surfaces such as furniture, antiques, woodwork, cabinets, doors and paneling. The finish provides a hand-rubbed luster that is easy to maintain and it can be applied over stained and unstained wood. It is formulated for an application with a brush or cloth.

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  • Revitalizes dry, interior unstained and stained wood surfaces such as furniture, antiques, woodwork, cabinets, doors and paneling (not recommended for floors)
  • Apply with a cloth or brush
  • Ready for buffing 5-10 minutes after application; ready for normal use after 24 hours
  • Oil-based protestant penetrates wood pores
  • Hand-rubbed luster is easy to maintain
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Dimensions

Container Size 
1 QT-Quart 

Details

Dry to touch (min.) 
10 
Interior Paint & Stains Product Type 
Oil/Conditioner 
Interior/Exterior 
Interior 
Mildew Resistant 
No 
Paint Product Type 
Wood Primer 
Paint/Stain Clean Up 
Mineral Spirits 
Primer required 
No 
Transparency 
Transparent 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
NA 

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Can I spray it on and then spread it with a cloth applicator on a pole

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I have mixed it with mineral spirits before and sprayed it without any problems.
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I hadn't tried this, but the oil is a bit thick and can be sticky. Depending on the sprayer, it might clog. You could consider using a roller brush or something similar, perhaps.
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What type of oil do you use on a brazillian wood I believe partoa wood to keep it from cracking further

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If it has already started cracking from weathering (I am assuming), I would recommend drying it and filling/sealing the crack with a polyurethane product. Treating it with a tung oil or teak oil after. You will need to apply the oil at least twice a year if you do not intend on sealing it or covering with poly.
Most "experts" do not recommend applying poly to the wood but I always have and never had Read More
If it has already started cracking from weathering (I am assuming), I would recommend drying it and filling/sealing the crack with a polyurethane product. Treating it with a tung oil or teak oil after. You will need to apply the oil at least twice a year if you do not intend on sealing it or covering with poly.
Most "experts" do not recommend applying poly to the wood but I always have and never had an issue with peeling as I properly prep the wood prior to applying.
This wood has the ability to retain large amounts of moisture, so I dry it pretty good and replace the moisture with a good quality oil and then poly it to lock it in. Read Less
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Can i use this on a piece of sanded drift wood

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Minwax Tung Oil Finish can be used on sanded drift wood.
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Does Tung Oil work on pewter to prevent tarnishing?

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Does Tung Oil work on pewter to prevent tarnishing?
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No, this product will not work for that application.
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Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by First time use, went well I hadn't used Tung oil before. This is not the "pure" Tung Oil, but it worked beautifully for my needs. I used it on an old wooden door that had been left outside for some time. This product gave the door a beautiful color and finish that is rich and wows everyone that sees it. I did wonder if it would be possible to use a buffer to even out the application and feel. I intend to paint some details in the door and then spray polyurethane. I wasn't sure if that would be a good idea, so I hope I get opinions from real experts. I don't know what kind of wood the door is, but it is at least 50 years old. I might try real Tung Oil sometime, but I am not a professional or experienced. This product was right for me. March 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by THIS IS NOT TUNG OIL. This is NOT real tung oil... it is filled with chemicals. Do not use this near or around children. For sure do not use anywhere near your garden. Including planter boxes. April 12, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gives the user a lot of control and allows for future repair As others have said, this product is a mixture of a drying oil, varnish resins, and a solvent. Wiping varnish, on the other hand, is a mixture of varnish and a solvent, according to woodworking sites. This is not considered a wiping varnish. "Danish oil" is considered to be in the same category as this Minwax Tung Oil Finish. There is an issue with the industry creating confusion with their labeling of this type of product. In spite of the confusion, this product meets my needs and I am pleased with it. With this type of finish, you are building up several thin layers of product instead of a couple of thicker layers. The more layers you apply, the glossier the finish. There is an ambering effect, which of course increases with each layer. The incremental changes in gloss and ambering allow you to match surfaces that have different types of finish. It creates a very nice looking, drip-free finish. The rubbing off of the excess requires some pressure--more than, say, dusting your furniture. It's more work than simply brushing on varnish. One big "con" is that you have to wait a day between each coat. I tried this product because I was refinishing my kitchen cabinets in sections. I had already applied stain and a polyurethane top coat to most of the project. For the area under the breakfast counter, I may be removing some brackets later, when I can afford to have my countertop replaced. I wanted a finish there that can be easily repaired, and this type of finish can be more easily repaired than a thicker finish. The repaired areas can be blended into the older areas. I found that four layers of this tung oil finish closely matched two layers of semi-gloss polyurethane. One more thing I like is that there is very little odor. The difference is especially noticeable when you have recently been exposed to the fumes of stripping, staining, and polyurethane. I will use this product in the future on refinishing projects that will not be exposed to frequent splashing. April 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Min-wax "Tung Oil" Is an excellent product for finishing wood projects with ease. Correctly applied, this product will enhance the wood's grain with a smooth satin luster. I have used this product on many woodworking projects over the years and the finish it gives to the wood is fantastic. After it has fully cured I also apply a light coat of wax with a hand rubbed finish. If you are wondering what finish to use for your next woodworking project, I recommend this one. Of course you understand that this product has its limits as far as protection from the elements. That said, I've actually used it on some wood railing with the final wax application and it has held up very nicely after two years ! December 12, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Results Easy to rag on, wipe off. Application takes at least two coats (depending on how much of a sheen you're looking for) and 24 hours of dry time in between coats. Used this to finish an 1850's barn beam for a mantel. Only needed to wipe clean with mineral spirits to prep. This tung oil really brings out the color of the oak, without looking too finished. great to work with, love the results. August 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tung oil is a great, fun to use, durable, historic finish! Even though it has limits in its resistance to moisture, it was used for that on old wooden ships. It just had to be applied and reapplied. I have some water rings that need to be fixed on an old pine chest (that looks like a lot like cherry, with a rich look that's hard to get in pine), but in all, it's pretty moisture resistant. And there is more: give your item a hand-rubbed finish (that is, check to make sure any additional ingredients are safe for this): you will not believe what it does for your hands! No wonder those old sailors had such soft hands. January 30, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by easy to use, great results I've been using this product for years, and was nearly scared off by the hyperventilating labeling police. It still works as it has always promised. If you want to use tung oil, pay $70 a quart. If you want a reasonably priced, extremely easy to apply product that produces an excellent finish when you follow the simple directions, use this one. August 4, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by One star for deceptive labeling Like another reviewer, I also bought this product thinking it was pure tung oil. However it does say "Tung Oil Finish" so I should have figured it was more of a varnish product and not a pure product. Please note: A Tung Oil Finish product should not be used as a flooring finish, use only for woodworking projects. And if you have nut allergies (tung oil is made from nuts) - be careful when and where you use this. And if you need the real deal 100% Tung Oil - it will be labeled as such and Home Depot does not carry the pure Tung Oil. May 2, 2012
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