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Aglaia Interior Stand Oil Paint (Internal)

From£42.86 + VAT

Aglaia Interior Stand Oil Paint (Internal)

From£42.86 + VAT
Interior Natural Oil Paint in Historic Colours
Product Name
White 1L
Black 1L

Aglaia Interior Stand Oil Paint 

Old style abrasion resistant, water swelling free, linseed oil and hard resin lacquer. Preferably to be used for interior doors, wall and ceiling panelling. Also for the renovation of firmly adherent oil and alkyd resin lacquers. In a modern ambience as well as in listed building conservation, for example, for style and material compatible restoration of old oil paint coatings and for decorative painting. Try out on a test area of first for best results.

  • Wood
  • Ferrous Metals (Alloy steel, Carbon steel, Cast iron, and wrought iron)
  • Steel

Unsuitable For:

  • High wear areas (i.e.kitchens and furniture)
  • Tropical and Oak based woods
  • Non Ferrous Metals (copper and aluminium)
  • Arease of high risk corrosion


Apply Interior Stand Oil Paint with a round brush, flat brush, painting roller or a spraying method (low-pressure, high-pressure, air-mix).

  • Stir Interior Stand Oil Paint thoroughly before use.
  • Apply as a thin coating, smoothly seamlessly and uniformly in the direction of the grain or figure. You'll encounter delayed drying and gloss differences if applied too thickly and/or non-uniformly. Ensure you have good edge cover.
  • Avoid excessive coat thicknesses, spread out well including on rough substrates.
  • Paint topcoats in the same colour of Interior Stand Oil Paint and wait at least 24 hours between each coat.
  • In event of dust  allow a long long time between coats (> 1 week), finely wet sand the area to remove dust and paint over surfaces between coats.
  • Also avoid excessive coat thicknesses if using the spray coating method; carefully spread excess material on the surface with a brush. Do not allow any “lakes” fat edges or runs and sags to dry on the surface, especially on horizontal surfaces and in recesses. A sample application is advisable. Note the risk of auto-ignition in extractor filter mats in case of oily overspray.