Briwax Teak Oil Review
From the always high quality manufacturer Briwax comes this amazing teak oil. This quality oil is expertly crafted from a blend of high-quality oils and it will penetrate, seal and add a glorious finish to a wide selection of wooden and veneered surfaces.
While the oil is specially formulated for teak woods (which is always a difficult wood to add a finish to). This Briwax Teak Oil can be safely used on other woods as well and on both outdoor and indoor furniture and furnishings.
Unlike many other types of oil and other oil based alternatives this quality Briwax Teak Oil is a hardening oil and once dry, it will be both durable and waterproof. It’s also easy to use and apply to wood just add it onto a dry surface with a dry cloth or paint brush.
It can be used on both old and new wooden furniture and the more coats you apply the more protected and better the final gloss finish will be. But for most cases two or three coats will usually be enough to do a high standard job. And while it can do a great job as a finish on its own it can also be over coated with Briwax wax for an even better finish.Find Cheapest Price
The Pros and Cons of Briwax Teak Oil
While you might be impressed with this Teak Oil already how do you know if it’s the right oil for you? There’s plenty of oils available after all and this one might not be the best for your individual circumstances. So let’s take a look at the pros and cons of this Briwax Teak Oil in more detail so you can better judge whether this oil is for you.
- Large Quantity – With 16 ounces per canister this oil is going to last a very long time and be useful for covering large areas or many small areas or furnishings. So if you have a larger job on your hand or simply want to insure you always have a supply of oil on hand then this tin will last a good long time.
- High Protection – Yeah I know all oils offer protection but many people have been reporting how impressed they are with this oils protective capabilities and strength and the more coats you add the stronger and more protected your wooden furnishings will be. So if extra protection is what you’re looking for then this oil is a great choice
- Long Drying Time – This Teak Oil takes a very long time to dry and can range from 4 to 8 hours in length. So it’s probably not the best oil to use if you have pets or young children because it’s certainly not fast drying.
Read: How to Apply teak Oil.
This quality oil is expertly crafted from a blend of high-quality oils and it will penetrate, seal and add a glorious finish to a wide selection of wooden and veneered surfaces.