Allback Linseed Soap Extra

Linseed Soap Extra strength solution, with borax and ethanol, for cleaning paintwork, metal, plastic & glass before painting. It can be used in place of 'sugar soap'.

Please Note: This product contains borax and ethanol. For more information please download the Material Safety Data Sheet available.

SKU: Allback-LSE
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$29.41

Sydney Paint Warehouse supply an extensive range of products using Linseed Oil.

Linseed oil soap is made from cold-pressed raw, purified linseed oil and water. It is a pure natural product, without any additives.


USES:

For paint brushes and hands: Mix soap with a little water. Work into brushes and rinse.

For wooden floors: Add about 1/2 cup of the soap to a bucket of water. Scrub and dry.

For other surfaces where dirt is ingrained (ovens, stoves, car, kitchen work surfaces, or stains on textiles): Apply undiluted soap with a little water. Rub the surface and leave. Rinse cloth with water or wash in washing machine.

For personal hygiene: Use on skin without triggering any chemical sensitivities.

For stain removal: Apply directly to stain, scrub lightly, and rinse clean.

 

 Download Material Safety Data Sheet for Allback Linseed Soap Extra

Sydney Paint Warehouse supply an extensive range of products using Linseed Oil.

Linseed oil soap is made from cold-pressed raw, purified linseed oil and water. It is a pure natural product, without any additives.


USES:

For paint brushes and hands: Mix soap with a little water. Work into brushes and rinse.

For wooden floors: Add about 1/2 cup of the soap to a bucket of water. Scrub and dry.

For other surfaces where dirt is ingrained (ovens, stoves, car, kitchen work surfaces, or stains on textiles): Apply undiluted soap with a little water. Rub the surface and leave. Rinse cloth with water or wash in washing machine.

For personal hygiene: Use on skin without triggering any chemical sensitivities.

For stain removal: Apply directly to stain, scrub lightly, and rinse clean.

 

 Download Material Safety Data Sheet for Allback Linseed Soap Extra

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Working with Linseed Oil Paint and Products

  1. Spread the paint well in several directions before the final long brushstroke.
  2. Use a stiff natural brush. Apart from shine variations, the paint should provide full coverage with one stroke. Paint at least two coats outdoors and at least three coats on very exposed areas.
  3. The paint can be used in sunshine.
  4. Use Allbäck Linseed Soap to clean brushes and hands.
  5. Store brushes hanging in a jar of raw linseed oil. This oil can be used for impregnation.
  6. The paint can be sprayed on undiluted. High pressure – small nozzle.
  7. Variations in shine can arise with uneven absorption or application. These will even out over time.
  8. The matt surface is the end result. One way of reducing variation is to impregnate with linseed oil or wipe the finished surface with linseed oil.

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