|Name||1 qt. Classic Water-Based Pre-Stain Wood Conditioner (2-Pack)||1 qt. Wood Conditioner (2-Pack)||1 qt. Tung Oil|
|Container Size||1 Quart||1 Quart||1 Quart|
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We appreciate your interest, Kathy! Rust-Oleum Watco Tung Oil is intended for use on interior surfaces. We do not recommend it for outdoor surfaces as it will not provide full protection. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 3
Thank you for reaching out, Debra! Our recommendation is to leave items in a well ventilated area for one week after coating with Rust-Oleum Watco Tung Oil. This allows for the most complete curing as well as maximum coating hardness. As with any coating product, care should be taken to ensure that accidental ingestion does not occur. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 3
Rust-Oleum Watco Tung Oil is not recommended for floors. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 4
Yes it can.
I used on new wood
On my acacia patio set, it did not darkened, but remained shiny & had a wet look.
I used a brush, but, on some areas of my floor where it needed a second application (different areas on my 60 year old wood floor absorb the oil differently), I just didnt feel like cleaning the paint thinner from the brush so I used paper towels that if folded a few sheets and wiped the oil with that. It made no difference. The paper towels applied the oil just as easily as the brush.
We appreciate your interest, Larry. Rust-Oleum Watco Tung Oil will restore and enhance the natural color and warmth of wood in only a few steps. It deeply penetrates into the surface of stained and unfinished wood to protect from moisture and provides the look of a hand-rubbed finish. It is a fast-drying ready to use formula that will not darken over time and can be reapplied as needed to bring back the luster and refresh the character of interior wood furniture, trim, molding, and more. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 5
Hi Cassie, once our Watco Tung Oil has dried on the surface, mineral spirits will not remove it from the wood. The best way to remove this finish from the wood is to sand using 220 grit sandpaper, or you can also use a varnish stripper alternately. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 2