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After a long winter the garden furniture can sometimes look a little bit tired. With linseed oil and an ounce of love, they become as good as new!
For wooden furniture that is already painted with linseed oil paint, a layer of linseed oil varnish can be enough for them to regain shine. If the furniture needs to be repainted, we recommend you to first sand them lightly, apply a layer of linseed oil paint and then two covering layers of final coat in the chosen shade.
Benches with oak or pine seating boards may be needing some care. Brushed the boards clean from dirt and then wash it with some linseed degreaser and a brush. Let dry in the spring sun! Depending on the condition of the boards, they may need to be sanded lightly with sandpaper before applying some furniture oil. To get the oil to penetrate mor easily it can be heated up (to 120-130 ° C) before application. Remember to use a brush of natural brush, as synthetic brushes do not usually withstand the heat.
Cast iron gables that have started to rust will be easier to clean if you first disassemble them. Wash screws and nuts separately and oil the entire end with rust protection oil. Of course, this oil also works well for other cast iron products such as urns, foot scrapers, etc. Be sure to wipe off excess oil to avoid getting a sticky surface. The drying oil penetrates the surface structure and prevents oxidation.