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Minwax® Antique Oil Finish

Item #: 33402
$20.99
Quart In Stock
An oil-based protective finish that gives wood a soft, hand-rubbed sheen.
Shipping Restrictions: Ground Transportation Only

Overview

Oil-based protective finish gives wood a soft, hand-rubbed luster that is durable, easily maintained and highly resistant to staining. Recommended for interior wood surfaces such as cabinets, tables, paneling, doors and trim.

  • May be used over wood stains to protect and enhance the beauty of unfinished wood.
  • Allow 5-10 minute dry time prior to buffing.
  • Recoat after 24 hours.
  • Two or three coats recommended.
  • Apply with cloth or brush.
  • Clean up with mineral spirits.
  • Coverage: 125-150 square feet per quart.
  • Quart.

Please note that this item can only be shipped to addresses within the continental United States by UPS Ground only.

Tech Spec

Brand Minwax
Manufacturer Part Number 67000
Weight (lbs) 2.4800
Coverage 125-150 sq ft
Dry Time 24 hrs
Size Quart

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My husband and I made a...

Teresa F from Montgomery, AL Posted February 19, 2013
My husband and I made a farmhouse table made of Heart Pine. I didn't want to ruin the look with a shiny plastic looking poly finish so when I found Minwax Antique Oil Finish I was super excited to use it. Came a few days ago and it more than lived up to my expectations. After applying two coats the table looks absolutely beautiful!

After reading the comments about this...

james r from Salinas, CA Posted March 4, 2010
After reading the comments about this product I had to try it. It is great. Doesn't have the sheen of teak oil, danish oil or other products. This the product for me from now on.

It is overwhelming to enter the...

Guest from Wayland, MA Posted July 23, 2009
It is overwhelming to enter the new world of finishes especically since so many of us have not yet extensively used the wipe-on polys and whatnot. I am interested chiefly in hardness (durability, real resistance to iced water glass in summer) and also a real dull sheen. It may be that nothing beats a brand-name flat or eggshell poly oh-so-carefully applied before dawn, 2-3 coats, BUT --- three coats of this stuff (MAOF) is amazingly capable. You may find it a tad shiny if you are a flatness nut like me, but it is simple to rub it down with a cloth (dry) if that is the case, or just do a cleaning with a little paint thinner after it dries thoroughly, which may take a while in wet weather. Repeat in a half-year or year, then every other year or 3, and onward at longer intervals. I have walnut pieces from almost 40 years back that look great and their last coat was maybe a decade ago --- time to get cookin'. And they have nary a water ring anywhere on them. I once tested leaving a G&T overnight in August on one spot vs the same with a satin poly (name brand, I forget who), and MAOF won, pretty easily as I recall. I am too lazy to do the lite sanding or steelwooling b/w coats as I should, and as I say I have NOT tested against the new wipe-on flat or satin polys, though I should, but my vote for this product is happily cast. And for purists who hate chemistry, all it is a polymerized linseed oil, I think....

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