Furniture Butter, 16ozWalrus Oil
Walrus Oil's Furniture Butter penetrates and seals with plant-based polymerizing oils and hard waxes, pulling out natural wood colors and tones, and locking them in permanently. The hard waxes add sheen and provides water protection after fully cured. Furniture Butter can be used as a completely standalone product and "one n done" solution. It also can be used after our Furniture Finish or before our Furniture Wax. Handcrafted with Perilla Seed Oil, Polymerizing Safflower Oil, Hemp Seed Oil, Tung Oil, Carnauba Wax, Candelilla Wax, Pine Rosin, with a hint of Lime.
Matte to Satin Finish
100% Plant Based
Food Grade Ingredients
Tables, Chairs, Bookcases, Coffee Tables, Picture Frames, Wooden Boxes and more.
Use on hardwoods that are sanded between 220 - 400 grit. The lower the grit, the deeper the oil will soak. The higher the grit, the smoother the wood will feel. To prevent raised grain, always use the "sand, wet, sand" method. Apply thin layer of oil until entire surface is covered. Wipe away excess after 24 hrs. Repeat until desired number of coats and look is achieved. After final coat, allow 24 - 48 hrs for surface to become dry to touch. May take up to 1 week to be completely dry to touch and up to 4 weeks to be completely cured. While curing, it's ideal for the wood piece to be kept in a temperature controlled environment. Humidity and high heat can prolong cure time. Keep liquids off surface for up to 4 weeks.
For best results use by expiration date on bottle. Store at room temperature or in a cool and dry place. Keep bottle sealed when not in use.
Excellent product Smooth shiny not blotchy finish o er milk paint
Man this stuff is amazing, like all the walrus products. This stuff is butta!
Used after the Walrus Oil Furniture Oil. Created a perfect waterproof surface. Enhanced the grain on a cherry desk!
love this stuff, easy to apply, beautiful and doesn’t stink, what else could i ask for?
Super easy to use in both application and cleanup. Gave the red oak pieces I was working on a beautiful, deep honey color and made the grain pop. Gave the fir/pine (unsure which, it was sitting in the basement) a slightly more yellow, but very warm finish. The softwood had a red core and it toned it down a bit more than I would have liked, but made the knots and burls on each really stand out beautifully.