DIY Solvent-based Penetrating Oil Using Odie’s Oil and Odie’s Safer Solvent
Would you like to cover a large area more easily? Or refresh greyed out patio furniture?
How about refreshing or restoring an old finish?
You Can! by mixing Odie’s Oil with Odie’s Safer Solvent.
Easy to Apply! Buff in, roll or brush on, then buff off. Top with the regular Odie's Oil for extra protection.
Here's the DIY recipe:
- 1 Mix one part Odie’s Oil with one part Odie’s Safer Solvent*.
- 2. Shake well.
It’s that simple! You can make a stronger or weaker dilution just by reducing or increasing the amount of the Odie’s Safer Solvent*. Adjust it to fit each type of application.
*DO NOT dilute Odie’s Oil with any other solvent.
Ways to Use your DIY Solvent-based Penetrating Oil
-Great For Large, Outdoor Surfaces
Because it spreads so easily, it is especially good for decks and large outdoor surfaces! Easy to Apply! Just buff, roll, or brush on.
-Use To Get Specific Results
It can be used in applications where a solvent-based finish is necessary.
it can be used in conjunction with other Odie's products to achieve specific results. For example: use over Odie's Wood Butter for a wet look (it levels out the previous coat of wax to achieve ultimate shine)
-Refresh and Restore
It is the a great way to restore and/or refresh an old Odie’s Oil finish.
-Use For All Woods
It is great for all species of wood, exotic and domestic. Formulated to work on even the oiliest of woods. Will actually get better with age, becoming more durable and more beautiful!
-Sunscreen For Your Wood
Because it contains natural UV inhibitors, it is great for both interior and exterior applications:
Boats, Brightwork, Doors, Decks, Gates, Log Homes, Siding, Patio Furniture
-Easy To Use
It is easy to use! No sanding or stripping in between coats or for retouching! Wipe, roll or brush on, Wait a while, Buff off if needed.