BETTER COVERAGE = MORE ECONOMICAL THAN MOST COMPARABLE PRODUCTS ON THE MARKET
With your first coat of LIVOS wood oil, your wood surface will absorb up to 75% of the deep-penetrating formula, depending on the type of material being treated and the thoroughness of the surface prep. Only a small quantity and a thin coat of oil is necessary for the second application.
Thanks to its excellent yield, coverage with LIVOS wood oils is more cost-effective than conventional products. LIVOS wood oils comprise natural ingredients and are designed to treat all indoor and outdoor wood structures: flooring, windows, wainscoting, board and batten, crown moulding, doors, kitchen countertops, cutting boards, butcher’s blocks, furniture, toys, decks, fences, and outdoor furniture. LIVOS is compatible with all wood types, including mahogany, maple, yellow birch, cherry, cedar, pine, teak, etc.
Composed of natural pigments and without any synthetic additives, the colour of wood oil is much stabler and more resistant than conventional wood stains. Although a single coat is sufficient for effective results following adequate surface prep, additional coats of product will deeply and uniformly saturate the wood, leading to a satin finish that highlights the natural beauty of the wood grain. Two coats will sufficiently saturate the surface.
The high coverage potential of LIVOS products, particularly on indoor wood surfaces, makes our formulations the most economical option on the market.
From your first application of LIVOS wood oil, and depending on the extent of your surface prep, your wood surface will absorb up to 75% of the product. Only a very small amount of oil and a thin coat of product is necessary upon second application to make the wood soak up another 20%.
Depending on the type of wood surface being treated and the thoroughness of the surface prep, a third coat of LIVOS wood oil could be required to completely saturate the wood. This final coat will truly refine the look of your wood surface, making it all the more resistant to scratches and stains—a strength of the LIVOS line of wood oils.
Calculate how much LIVOS wood oil you will need to complete your project with our area calculator and compare how many gallons of LIVOS you will need versus what you would need with traditional varnish options.