Excellent product. Application was super easy and the end result was a buttery smooth finish. Looks amazing on the Sapele Adirondack chairs I built. I have found a new favorite finish for my projects. This is from someone that seriously dislikes applying finishes of any kind.
Odie's Solvent-free Super Penetrating Oil
An Environmentally Friendly, Extraordinary Finish and Stabilizer.
A thinner version of Odie's.* Easy to apply formulation for difficult, large or rough surfaces.
Use on Wood, Stone, Concrete, Clay, Brick, Metal, Plastic, Leather.
Great for Automobiles to Log Cabins.
Waterproofs, Rustproofs, Rejuvenates, Restores, Beautifies, Seals and Protects.
Easy spray, brush, wipe or roll application!
The finish for every application! Non-toxic, No Heavy Metals
Comes in 32 oz. glass jars.
*When possible, for ultimate protection, use Odie's original formula.
I have now tried the original odies oil, the super pen oil, and the wood butter. They are all great and work great together. Odies oil is my go to now!
I used the Super Penetrating Oil, along with other Odie's products, on a series of wood samples to show customers. I started with walnut and WOW! did it make the grain pop! I love Odie's finishes, follow their instructions and you will be sold too.
Great! I used it on Australia fiddleback red gum and it brought out the burl swirls perfectly. Sanded to 240grit. It made it a satin finish
Using this to finish two farm house tables - this is my base coat and I use standard Odies Oil as top coat. This is thinner version, and it seems to pull into the wood fibers. Dry time is surprisingly fast, and the key is buffing all the oil off the surface that is present to the eye. It popped the grain very well on larch wood and it stabilized knots. It took more work to get it into oil based stain treated wood, but it does enter the stained wood with some work and circular movement of the application pad. A little goes a long way so this bottle lasts. I finished two tables and barely used 1/5 of the bottle. The idea is that this will enter into the wood fibers and link with the wood so your other coats of Odies Oil will not have to penetrate so deep and you use less. I'll be using this on many projects. Oh, can't forget - smells pleasant and these working hands feel like they got a spa treatment from the natural oils ( : I can't say enough about the great service from Bruce - thank you Bruce for helping with my questions!
Always love giving my bowls and charcuterie boards a coat or two of the Super penetrating before applying Odie's oil. Love this product!
Love this product--especially for wood items used outside.
Love this product--do alot of wood with the live edges & it is easier to coat edges, and use this on other products I build
As a construction waterproofing expert I was delighted to discover this product. The non-toxic nature of this excellent wood waterproofing product (even over finished wood) impressed me (after nearly 50 years in the workplace). I was also very impressed on how it works for leather.
Works and smells great and easy to apply.
Super penetrating oil is exactly that SUPER!!!! Going to try it in conjunction with oil and/or wood butter. Stunningly deep grain clarity.
Excellent!!! I am so happy that I discovered Odies Oil for my deck. First recommended by Sean Wilson http://swartisticexpressions.com I first applied Odies by hand using terry cloth rags. Hand rubbing and buffing all in one. I was very happy with the finish. So happy I decided I would do it again with an orbital buffer. Rather than rent, I decided to by an Oreck on Amazon. https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B008BPFK1U/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I reapplied Odies using the Oreck Orbital Floor Machine with a cloth bonnet and then buffed with a lambs wool bonnet. It went on like a dream. Smooth as silk and all done in an hour. It rained the next day and the water beads beautifully. I feel like I’ve found the perfect way to protect and maintain the beauty of our deck with minimal cost and effort. I only wish I had discovered Odies when we first built the deck and applied it to the virgin wood. No more sanding, no more sanding just an occasional application of Odies and we should be good for years and years to come. See my blog post for details: http://1thousandreasons2lovehendersonvillenc.blogspot.com