Oleofloor Classic

High performance water-based matt oil finish for wood flooring

At A Glance...

  • Excellent penetration – nourishes the wood from the inside and enhances the natural beauty
  • Easy to apply and quick drying with a pleasant odour
  • Non greasy and non-slip
  • Perfect for heavy traffic areas
  • Does not require buffing or heavy and expensive application equipment
Oleofloor Classic

Oleofloor Classic is a water based oil, enriched with vegetable oil and combined with polyurethane resins to give a hardwearing, wet look finish. Enhancing the natural beauty of the wood Oleofloor Classic with it’s wet look finish gives a deep, rich, warm feel to any wooden floor while it’s excellent penetrating qualities means Oleofloor Classic nourishes the wood and gives long lasting protection.

Having superior chemical and water resistance Oleofloor classic is the perfect solution for kitchens and bathrooms, while being ideal for staircases, lounges and other similar rooms, where a natural finish is desired.

Ideal uses for Oleofloor Classic

  • Protects and enhances all interior wood work (floors, stairs, panelling etc).
  • Quick drying and easy to apply, Oleofloor Classic is the solution, where the quick turn round of a room is needed.
  • Excellent resistance to abrasion and chemicals, including ammonia based products.
  • Water repellent.Ideal for use in areas with normal and heavy traffic.
  • Does not require buffing or heavy and expensive application equipment.

Always read the Oleofloor Classic Product Information before using and follow the instructions carefully.

Surface preparation

General Directions:

Surfaces must be dry, clean, free of dirt, grease and other surface contamination including previous coatings.
Oleofloor Classic can only be applied to bare wood surfaces or a wood surface that was previously finished with Oleofloor Classic. ALL other finishes MUST be completely and thoroughly removed.
Always clean meticulously with a vacuum cleaner after each sanding, including any dust traps (skirting, radiators, pipes, window sills, etc).
Sand floor back to bare wood using appropriate system and abrasive grades, depending on condition of surface and wood species.
Cracks of 2 mm wide or less should be filled with Lianfloor and sanding resumed with 80 or 100 grit paper depending on the last grit used.
Finish with finishing grade up to grit No. 120 or 150 depending on the wood species and thickness of wear layer.

Sanding grades

(change only one sanding grade at a time):

Course Grades – 24, 30, 36
Medium Grades – 40, 50, 60
Finishing Grades – 80, 100, 120, 150

New Wood Surfaces:

Degrease surface with denatured alcohol, acetone or similar solvent based product.
Sand surface as instructed in “General Directions” above.

Previously treated surfaces (oiled or polished):

Previously oiled or polished surfaces should be dry stripped with DSP 800.
If, after stripping with DSP 800, the surface is in good condition and does not require sanding, neutralise with denatured alcohol,
acetone, white (mineral) spirit or similar solvent based product before applying finish.
If sanding is required, proceed as instructed in ”General Directions“.

Previously treated surfaces (paint, stain, varnish etc):

Remove existing finish by sanding or stripping with DSP 800.
If, after stripping with DSP 800, the surface is in good condition and does not require sanding, neutralise with denatured alcohol,
acetone, white (mineral) spirit or similar solvent based product before applying finish.
If sanding is required after stripping with DSP 800 or removal of finish is done by sanding, proceed as instructed in “General
Directions”.

Application

• Apply 1 or 2 coats of Oleofloor Classic depending on type of wood and foot traffic.
• Facing the light and starting opposite the door so as to work towards it, apply a first even and generous coat of Oleofloor Classic.
• Start at the edge then do the entire surface, working in areas of 2 meters by 2 meters.
• Allow to dry for 4 hours depending on the ambient conditions.
• Apply 2nd coat if required.
• Do not leave more than 12 hours between application of the 1st and 2nd coat.
• Always maintain a wet edge to avoid overlaps.

Recommendations after application

• Wait at least 24 hours before replacing any furniture. Protect base of feet with soft pads.
• DO NOT cover oiled floors with carpets or protective covers for a minimum of 15 days after application of Oleofloor Classic.

Cleaning & maintenance

Cleaning:

• Regularly clean the floor with a brush or vacuum cleaner.
• For the first 15 days, Oleofloor Classic may be cleaned with Soapclean and a very well wrung out mop, there after clean with Soapclean in the normal manner.

Maintenance:

Total restoration:

• Clean floor meticulously with Soapclean.
• Sand the area with a fine grade abrasive (grit No 150).
• Clean meticulously with a vacuum cleaner.
• Apply a thin coat of Oleofloor Classic to protect and restore the look of the floor.

Patch repairs:

Depending on the level of wear and tear to the original coat, localised touch-ups are possible.
• Clean surface thoroughly. Ideally with Soapclean.
• Sand the area with a fine grade abrasive (grit No 150).
• Clean meticulously with a vacuum cleaner.
• Apply a thin coat of Oleofloor Classic blending in to areas which still have a good lustre.
• For badly worn areas a 2nd thin application may be required; this should be applied as directed under “Application” instructions above.
• Areas retaining a good finish do not need a maintenance application.

Clean up

Soap and water is all that is required for clean up.

Things to remember

  • Protect everything that does not have to be coated.
  • Remove all furniture and furnishings.
  • Compatible with wood that has previously been treated with DSP 800.
  • Mix carefully before application. Do not shake.
  • Use as is. Do not dilute.
  • Do not apply at an ambient air and wood temperature of less than 10°C or greater than 25°C.
  • Only apply Oleofloor Classic to wood surfaces whose moisture content is 15% or less.
  • If staining floor with Primafloor apply only one application.
  • Do not sand between staining and finishing coat.
  • In all cases, comply with the applicable standards.

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This coverage indication is only a guide and actual coverage is dependent on surface type, age, porosity etc.
Coverage:15-20m2 per litre per coat
Tools:Brush, Roller, Floor applicator pad, floor coater
Suitable for:Interior use
Clean up:Soap & Water
Drying Time:Dust dry: 30 mins, Touch dry: 1-2 hours, Sandable: 4-6 hours, Normal use: 24 hours, Intensive use: 2 weeks
Re-coating Time:4-12 hours
Suitable Surfaces:All types of wooden flooring