Live Edge Slabs
*Applies to ipe & cumaru short lenght orders from 3-5 FT. Minium purchase pf $2,500 required. US mainland only. Other conditions may apply.
PENOFIN OIL FINISH IS THE BEST AND # 1 PRODUCT FOR DENSE HARDWOODS
Our Penofin Oil Finish has a unique formula that penetrates deep into the wood fibers and does not create a surface film.
Unlike high-solid wood stains that simply coat the surface, Penofin’s Hardwood Finish, using sustainably harvested Brazilian Rosewood Oil, is the choice of wood experts who know that wood penetration is key to longevity and beauty.
Penofin allows the wood to breathe, which is important when working with exotic hardwoods such as mahogany, teak, Ipe, Brazillian Redwood, and many other species.
Only Penofin Penetrating Oil Finish can meet the needs of hardwood flooring and decking in fiber protection, penetration, stabilizing, and nourishing.
Ipe: Rich, Lustrous Deep Brown Enhances the Natural Colors of Wood Like Ipe, Pau’d Arco & Ironwood
Tigerwood: A Perfect tone, Deep Rich Red with Black Undertones, for Tigerwood and Other African Walnut Species
Product Performance Warranty
PENOFIN® exterior finishes are warranted to perform when applied to wood surfaces according to label instructions. For Blue Label Penofin expect 2 – 5 years on vertical surfaces, 1 – 2 years on horizontal surfaces depending on use and weather exposure. We recommend preserving the beauty of your horizontal surfaces by staining every 9 – 24 months.
Coverage depends on application method, texture, and moisture content of wood. Coverage is less on rough surfaces, more on smooth surfaces. Average coverage is 175-300 sq. ft. per gallon.
According to the Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001, “Spontaneous combustion is a phenomenon in which a substance unexpectedly bursts into flame without apparent cause. In ordinary combustion, a substance is deliberately heated to its ignition point to make it burn. Many substances undergo a slow oxidation that, like the rapid oxidation of burning, releases heat. If the heat so released cannot escape the substance, the temperature of the substance rises until ignition takes place. Spontaneous combustion often occurs in piles of oily rags, green hay, leaves, or coal; it can constitute a serious fire hazard.”
Use a brush or sprayer. Brushing gives best results. Brush thoroughly and back brush Penofin into the wood leaving no excess. Wipe entire surface after 20-30 minutes with a nap-free cloth. Do not allow film to develop on wood surface. Apply when there is no chance of rain during the process or during the twelve-hour drying time. If rain occurs spots may develop on wood surfaces. Do not apply in direct hot sun! A minimum air temperature of 45° is required during application and drying time.
Repeat this application within 3-6 months and again within 10-12 months. Over time the wood fibers will become fully protected and maintenance will become less frequent. Product should be applied more often to horizontal areas and also areas with high ultra-violet exposure or heavy traffic. Store all oily cloths in water in a metal bucket until properly disposed.
400 square feet per gallon.
Avoid overapplication by following the instructions we just covered. In the event of an overapplication, use the following methods to resolve.
To Remove Excess
CAUTION COMBUSTIBLE! Keep this product away from heat, open flame, and sparks. Avoid prolonged contact with skin and breathing vapor or spray mist. Use only with adequate ventilation. Do not take it internally. Shelf life is limited once the factory seal is broken; secure the lid tightly after use. Avoid spontaneous combustion – make sure all rags and brushes are soaked in water, stored in an airtight container, or otherwise disposed of safely.
PRODUCT INFORMATION SHEET https://www.penofin.com/pdf/msds/MSDS-hardwood-550.pdf