Renaissance Lady - Connie S. Hill

ORIGINAL RETAILER of Unicorn SPiT Gel Stains; Real Milk Paint and Finishes; Southern Blenders & Pixie Dust Paint Company Non- Toxic, environmentally friendly paints, finishes, stains, gilding powders and paint additives that is ideal for your home and decor. Made from 100% organic material, paint is safe for the environment, and protects you from harmful fumes.

DARK HALF INSTANTLY ADD DEPTH TO YOUR GRAIN FOR AN AGED-ANTIQUE FINISH

This the same Dark Raw Tung oil but we have mixed the Citrus Solvent in for you! Mixed with natural Citrus Solvent and a naturally occurring resinous hydrocarbon for color. The resin is non-carcinogenic and does not contain any PCB’s.  Dark Half  Tung Oil and Citrus Solvent  by The Real Milk Paint Company is water and alkali resistant. It resists marring, penetrates well, elastic and unlikely to check. Dark Half penetrates deep into the wood pores filling them up, consolidates the wood surface and builds a dark matte wood finish. It should be kept in an airtight container with minimum air space.

COVERAGE

  • 8 oz. covers 25 sq. feet
  • 16 oz. covers 50 sq. feet
  • 32 oz. covers 100 sq. feet
  • Gallon covers 400 sq. feet one coat

HISTORY

Pure Tung Oil is a finishing product that provides a tough, flexible and highly water-resistant coating for a great wood finish when staining wood. It is classed as a drying oil along with linseed, poppy seed, safflower seed, walnut, soybean, oiticica and a few other oils. Although it is relatively new to the Western world, tung oil has been known for centuries to the Chinese, and until this century, China was the main source for the oil. It comes from the seed of the tung trees, Aleurites fordii and Aleurites montana, deciduous trees that are very susceptible to frost damage. This vulnerability has restricted the cultivation of the tung trees to China and South America. Tung oil received wide application in China: in the building trades as a treatment for both stone and wooden structures; in marine trades as a preservative and water repellant on wooden boats.

It is said to have been introduced to the West by Marco Polo. From the 13th to the 19th century, tung oil had only limited use in the West. In the 19th century it was adopted by the paint companies to become a major component in paints and varnishes. More recently, tung oil has gained favor over linseed oil for furniture finishing because it is faster drying and does not darken as much with age.

$ 17.99