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                              Oil Based Wood Bowl Finish

                              Wood Bowl Finish is a durable oil-and-urethane oil-based finish and can be used as a beautiful and safe topcoat on wooden bowls, cups, spoons, decorative wood countertops or other wood surfaces that come into contact with food. For butcher block countertops actively used for chopping and cutting, we recommend?Butcher Block Oil.

                              *Wood Bowl Finish?was previously called Salad Bowl Finish.

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                              General Finishes Oil Based Wood Bowl Finish, 1 Quart

                              Instructions

                              Step 1: Preparation Over Raw Wood

                              All wood projects require preparation sanding before clear coating with a topcoat. If you skip this critical step, your finish may be rough and uneven.

                              Preparation for Raw Wood
                              See our video: How to Prep Sand Raw Wood

                              1. The sanding schedule for wood that will be clear coated with an oil-based topcoat: sand up to 150-grit sandpaper.
                              2. Remove dust with a vacuum, compressed air, a tack cloth or a water-dampened rag.?Remove dust with a vacuum, compressed air, a?tack cloth or a water-dampened rag.
                              3. Do not over-sand with fine-grit sandpapers; this will close and seal the wood grain, preventing ideal color absorption.

                              Step 2: How To Apply General Finishes Wood Bowl Finish

                              General Finishes Wood Bowl Finish Application Steps Over Raw or Stained Wood

                              1. Stir topcoat to reincorporate solids that have settled to the bottom of the can before use. Urethane topcoats are thin and the flatting agents used to create flatter sheens settle quickly to the bottom. Either stir and decant what you need to use immediately?or stir frequently throughout the application process.
                              2. Use only with adequate ventilation. Open windows and doors or use other means to maintain fresh air flow during application and drying.?
                              3. If desired, thin topcoat with 10-15% mineral spirits.
                              4. Apply 3 coats. More coats will not improve durability.
                                • Brush application:?Apply a liberal amount of product using a clean cloth, natural bristle brush, foam brush, staining pad or pad applicator. The larger the surface the larger the applicator needed. Wipe along the wood grain using smooth, even strokes. Remove excess with light pressure.
                                • Spray application: Wood Bowl Finish can be sprayed successfully, but we prefer hand-application methods because it is easy to spray too much in one area. Spray thin coats and immediately wipe or brush out runs if they occur. Spray wet films at 3-5-mil thickness. HVLP: 1.0mm-1.2mm spray tip, medium air cap.?Wear NIOSH-approved respiratory & eye protection.?See our?general guide for spray tip sizes.?Read here for more information on spraying techniques.
                              5. Lathe application:?When applying to projects on the lathe, wipe on a thin even coat, then use 400-grit wet or dry sandpaper to wet-sand first coat into the wood. Use a clean cloth to buff off the excess.?
                              6. Dry 24+ hours between coats in ideal conditions, 70°F/20°C, 50-70% humidity. Inadequate dry time is one of the top reasons for finish failures.?You can tell if an oil-based finish is dry if it is no longer tacky, cool to the touch, and if you can press a cotton ball over the surface and nothing sticks. If in doubt, wait longer. Increase dry time if:
                                • Humidity is over 80%
                                • 3+ coats are applied
                                • Thick coats are applied
                                • Layering General Finishes water- and oil-based products:
                                  • Water over oil: Let oil-based products dry 72+hrs before applying water-based?products
                                  • Oil over water: Let water-based?products dry 24+hrs before applying oil-based products
                                • To accelerate dry time in humid conditions?work in a space with good ventilation and air movement. If you decide to re-coat before the recommended time, test dryness.?
                              7. Finish sand between coats with a fine-grade (220-320) foam sanding pad?to improve smoothness and adhesion.
                              8. Remove dust with a vacuum, compressed air, a tack cloth or a water-dampened rag.

                              Cure time
                              Oil-based finishes cure and harden completely after 30 days. Avoid placing heavy objects on top of surfaces that have not cured completely. Treat gently, and do not clean with commercial products during the cure period.

                              Cleanup of Oil Based Products

                              Cleanup
                              Clean up application materials and hands with mineral spirits or?waterless hand cleaner, like Goop or Gojo.?

                              Disposal
                              Take great care when disposing of product-soaked applicators. Application materials, such as brushes and towels, containing oil-based products?may spontaneously catch fire if improperly discarded. Immediately place all application materials soaked with this product in a sealed, water-filled metal container. Dispose of in accordance with local fire regulations.?

                              Spills
                              Clean up spills with mineral spirits immediately while wet. If oil-based finishes dry, they are difficult to clean off any surface, clothes or carpet. Carpet may discolor if cleaned with mineral spirits.

                              Prevention?
                              Protect your workspace with a tarp, your hands with gloves, and your clothes with an apron.

                              Storage of Oil Based Products

                              Life of Product
                              General Finishes products do not last forever, even when unopened. They are?best used within 1 year of the manufacture date listed on the bottom of the can. The life of the product may be extended with proper care and storage.

                              Storage Tips
                              See our video: Tips for Storing Leftover Finishes
                              Oil-based?products?start to harden and cure when exposed to oxygen. The following best practices will increase the life of your product:

                              1. Keep container tightly closed and sealed until ready for use, in the original container.?Do not store in unlabeled containers.
                              2. Pry open sealed lids with a paint can opener by hooking under the lid's rolled edge. The use of a screwdriver can disfigure the rim and lid, impairing a complete seal.?
                              3. Keep lid closed while working. Decant what you will use into a bowl, paper cup, or plate, and close can lid as you work. Every minute the can is open, the product is curing.
                              4. Containers that have been opened must be carefully resealed and kept upright to prevent leakage. Clean the chime of the can?thoroughly with a paper towel before closing to create a complete?seal. Product in the chime can?be minimized by using a pouring lid, such as Fitsall. Avoid wiping used brushes on the lid.
                              5. Pound the lid in place?using a rubber mallet to avoid distorting the chime or lid. Dents in the lid from direct contact with a hammer can impair a complete seal. Alternatively, place a flat piece of wood over can lid and firmly pound shut.
                              6. Avoid temperatures below 50°F/10°C or above 80°F/26°C. Frozen and heat-damaged product cannot be revitalized. Store?in original container protected from direct sunlight in a dry, cool and well-ventilated areas.
                              7. Do not store product in an attic, garage, in direct sunlight, or next to?ignition source?with heat and flames such as a furnace.?
                              8. Store?the can upside down to create a liquid seal, minimizing oxygen exposure from within the can.?Decant remaining product from the can before stirring.
                              9. Add Bloxygen can.?Bloxygen is an argon gas system that prevents oxygen and moisture from hardening leftover product. Because Bloxygen gas is heavier than air, it sinks to the surface of the leftover finish, creating a barrier between product and air trapped in the container.
                              10. Decant leftovers to a smaller, properly labeled container when the?finish is almost used up to reduce the volume of oxygen in?the container.
                              11. Use appropriate containment to avoid environmental contamination.

                              Furniture Care and Maintenance

                              Cure First
                              You have just finished applying a fine furniture finish. Treat gently until the paint or topcoat have fully cured. Allow 21 days for a water-based?finish to cure and 30 days for an oil-based finish to cure before cleaning.

                              Regular Cleaning and Maintenance

                              • Remove dust?with a water-dampened cloth. Dust can build up over time and may scratch or dull finishes if not removed regularly.?
                              • Remove fingerprints, cooking fumes and smoking residue with mild soap and water. These contaminants will not harm the finish, but they accumulate on surfaces and dull the original luster.?
                              • As with all fine furniture finishes, avoid using?furniture polish, cleaners or dusting sprays that contain silicone, alcohol, ammonia and anything acidic.?Exception: We have successfully cleaned with Clorox wipes.
                              • Clean up water, alcohol and food spills in a timely manner and use placemats & coasters to?protect the finish.
                              • Future finishes or touch-ups may not adhere properly or perform as desired over a contaminated surface.?Some contaminants, such as silicone, seep through finish into the wood and often cannot be removed.
                              • Avoid excessive exposure to direct sunlight, high temperatures?or high humidity. These?can damage furniture and finishes.

                              Warnings and Warranties

                              Wood Bowl Finish Warnings and Warranties


                              Limited Warranty
                              General Finishes products must be tested to your complete satisfaction before using. General Finishes will not be responsible for color satisfaction, misapplication, nor compatibility with other manufacturers' products. General Finishes will be responsible only for the cost of our products, and not for costs such as labor, damage or project replacement.


                              Contamination and Compatibility
                              Our finishes are engineered as a system and are compatible with each other. General Finishes cannot guarantee an ideal refinish when applying our products on top of or combined with another company's products or over surfaces that have been in contact with waxes, polishes or sprays containing contaminants such as silicone. Test for adherence and aesthetics before beginning.


                              FIRST AID: Seek immediate medical attention if symptoms occur due to the following. EYE CONTACT: Remove any contact lenses. Flush eyes with water for 20+ minutes while lifting upper and lower eyelids. SKIN CONTACT: Wash thoroughly after handling. INHALATION: Move to fresh air. Loosen tight clothing. If not breathing, if breathing is irregular, or if respiratory arrest occurs, trained personnel should provide artificial respiration or oxygen. INGESTION: Call physician immediately. Wash out mouth with water. Do not induce vomiting unless directed to do so by medical personnel. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.


                              Prop 65 WARNING: No chemicals were found in this product which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.


                              DANGER: COMBUSTIBLE LIQUID AND VAPOR. HARMFUL OR FATAL IF SWALLOWED. CAUSES EYE IRRITATION.
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                              DANGER: Can enter lungs and cause damage. DANGER: Keep out of reach of children. Keep away from heat and flame. Use only with adequate ventilation. Do not breathe vapor or mist. Do not swallow. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep container tightly closed when not in use. Wash thoroughly after handling.

                              Specifications

                              Basic Features
                              Product Colors Dries Amber
                              Base Type Oil
                              Ambering Yes
                              Sheen Gloss (80+)
                              Interior or Exterior Interior only
                              Type Oil & Urethane
                              Application
                              Coats 3 coats
                              Application Method Brush, Roll, Spray
                              Brushable Yes
                              Usable over existing finishes Yes
                              Sprayable Yes
                              Spray Tip Sizes HVLP 1.0mm-1.2mm
                              Dry Time
                              Dry Time - Touch 12+ hr
                              Dry Time - Recoat 24+ hr
                              Dry Time - Light Use 7-10 days
                              Dry Time - Cure 30 days
                              Contents
                              Can Sizes Pints, Quarts
                              Coverage 50-60 sq.ft./pint, 100-120 sq.ft./quart
                              Technical Data
                              Viscosity Thin
                              Viscosity (cPs) 100-200
                              Weight Solids 32%
                              VOC US VOC
                              <575.051 g/L
                              Durability
                              Durability (Highest, High, Medium, Low) High
                              Hardness (Koenig #) 77
                              Wear (Taber #) 57.10 mg loss
                              Water (5 max) 5
                              Chemical (105 max) 101

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                              FAQs

                              Salad Bowl Finish FAQs

                              *Why Isn't the Salad Bowl Oil I Applied to Walnut Serving Boards Drying After Two Coats?

                              Some pieces of wood contain a lot of oil and walnut can be finicky.

                              The oil in the walnut wood may be causing the problem you've described - a longer dry time might have been needed over an oily wood. If the wood does not dry over the next few days then it may be necessary to sand down and start over.

                              Unfortunately, if the first coat does not dry, the second will never dry.

                              Relevant Videos

                              *Why Isn't the Salad Bowl Oil I Applied to Walnut Serving Boards Drying After Two Coats?

                              Some pieces of wood contain a lot of oil and walnut can be finicky.

                              The oil in the walnut wood may be causing the problem you've described - a longer dry time might have been needed over an oily wood. If the wood does not dry over the next few days then it may be necessary to sand down and start over.

                              Unfortunately, if the first coat does not dry, the second will never dry.

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