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Minwax 1 qt. Tung Oil Finish
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Minwax

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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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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Can it be used on cedar. As in cedar chest

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This item can be used on a cedar chest.
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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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1 qt. Tung Oil Finish is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WORKS GREAT!! Completely stripped down a cherry wood dresser and restained it using 2 very light coats of varathane cherry stair.....once completely dry, I finished the job with 5 light coats of this tung oil finish waiting 24 hours between coats.....each coat added a little more depth and gloss to the wood......the dresser came out beautiful!!! About every 4 months I put a very light coat on to maintain the beauty and richness of the wood.......DON'T OVER APPLY.......BUFF BETWEEN COATS..... I would not use this product on exposed exterior surfaces, however, for interior projects such as refinishing furniture, its excellent!
Date published: 2016-08-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Deception irritates me In researching oils finishes for wood, I discovered that "tung oil finish" products may contain a mixture of tung oil with other thinning/finishing agents. I learned this after I paid 20 bucks for this product, which I thought was 100 % "Tung Oil." After using this to finish 2 cane projects, I kept wondering why it smelled strongly of mineral spirits, so I looked on the can. It doesn't tell you the ingredients. I looked at the online MSDS sheet and it contains 65% mineral spirits. O.K. It does not show having any tung oil, at all. I did more research and wikipedia says: "It should be noted that many products labelled as "tung oil finishes" are deceptively labelled: polymerized oils, wiping varnishes, and oil/varnish blends have all been known to be sold as tung oil finishes (sometimes containing no tung oil at all)." More research tells me I can use boiled linseed oil as well as tung oil (more expensive) and make my own blend of "tung oil finish" product for a lot less. Marketing deception is very irritating--thus far, I cannot find anything that states this product has any tung oil in it. Such deception causes me to want to boycott all miniwax products. Regarding quality of product, I'll have to wait and compare it to use of real tung oil/linseed oil. My guess is, that when i create my own mixture it will far exceed this product, as my research also indicates the veteran experts on oil finishes create there own mix as oppossed to being duped by some marketing ploy. This product label should read: Tung oil "like" finish, and clearly state it does not contain tung oil. Wonder how that would effect sales. See my point.
Date published: 2012-02-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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 !
Date published: 2010-12-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2012-05-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DISOPINTED WITH INGREDIENTS I also thought this had at least a part tung oil mixed in with the minerial spirits. the coverage works but if you're doing regular finishing rethink your options.
Date published: 2012-05-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-03-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very dissapointing performance. If you want the performance of Tung Oil i.e. a solvent free, oxidizing oil wood finish then this is NOT the product for you. It is a deceptively labelled wiping varnish containing no tung oil but containing 65% mineral spirits. If you have experience with real tung oil you will be greatly disappointed with the fumes and poor results.
Date published: 2013-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2014-08-23
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