Here at Davies Timber we are now stocking Rubio Monocoat Oil 2C.
Rubio Monocoat Oil 2C is a two-component, plant-based oil finish used for protecting and enhancing the natural beauty of wood. It is manufactured by Rubio Monocoat, a company that specializes in sustainable and eco-friendly wood finishes.
The Rubio Monocoat Oil 2C system consists of a base oil and an accelerator that are mixed together just prior to application. The oil is applied in a single coat and penetrates deeply into the wood, creating a durable and protective finish that is resistant to wear, scratches, and stains. The finish also enhances the natural grain and color of the wood, giving it a rich and warm appearance.
Rubio Monocoat Oil 2C is available in a range of colors and finishes, including matte and satin. It is suitable for use on a variety of interior and exterior wood surfaces, including floors, furniture, cabinets, and paneling.
One of the advantages of Rubio Monocoat Oil 2C is its ease of application. The oil can be applied using a roller, brush, or spray gun and does not require any additional layers or topcoats. It also has a fast curing time, allowing the surface to be used within 48 hours after application.
Another benefit of Rubio Monocoat Oil 2C is its eco-friendly properties. The oil is made from natural, renewable ingredients and has low VOC emissions, making it safe for indoor use. It is also biodegradable and does not contain any harmful chemicals.
To use Rubio Monocoat Oil 2C, you should first prepare the surface by sanding it to the desired smoothness. Then, mix the base oil and accelerator according to the manufacturer's instructions and apply it to the surface using a roller, brush, or spray gun. Allow the oil to penetrate the wood for approximately 15 minutes and then remove any excess oil using a lint-free cloth. Allow the surface to dry for 24-48 hours before using it.
Overall, Rubio Monocoat Oil 2C is a high-quality, sustainable, and easy-to-use wood finish that is suitable for a variety of interior and exterior wood applications. As with any wood finish, it's important to follow the manufacturer's instructions and test the finish on a small, inconspicuous area before applying it to a larger surface.