HOW TO USE HEMP SEED OIL AS A FURNITURE FINISH | BURL WOOD VINTAGE CABINET REFRESH
If you’re looking for an EASY WIPE ON durable-streak-free finish for your wood OR painted furniture, I’ve got you covered! Here’s how I flipped this dried-out Salvaged Vintage Cabinet into a gorgeous rich Burl Wood beauty using 100% All-Natural Hemp Oil!
I had every intention of painting this old cabinet when I saw the listing on FBMP. But once I saw it in person, I changed my mind. The seller’s pics didn’t do it justice. Sure, the Burl Wood Veneer had dried out from age and looked dull from years of use, but it was in almost perfect condition.
After applying just ONE coat of furniture Hemp Oil, this cabinet is looking wood-licious on the inside and out!
What do you think? So much better, right?!
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HOW TO USE HEMP OIL
From old age and normal wear and tear, this vintage burl wood veneer was very dry.
To nourish the wood and bring back the luster, I used this DB Hemp Oil.
Hemp Oil is 100% All-Natural, environmentally friendly, food-safe, and VERY easy to use.
It’s a streak-free sealer for wood OR over a freshly painted piece of furniture. It can be applied with a sponge, brush, shop towel, or any lint-free cloth… or just pour it on and rub it in with your hand! Below I’m applying it with a shop towel.
Here are the steps I took…
HEMP OIL FURNITURE SEALER
- Clean your piece – I used this cleaner here.
- Rub in some Hemp Oil – I used these shop towels.
- Wait 12 hours and wipe off any excess.
- Repeat if needed.
Check out the HUGE difference it makes!
In the pic below, the left side has one coat of Hemp Oil rubbed on and the right side is the original wood. The Hemp Oil takes around 12 hours to dry and dries to a matte finish. If you see any “pooling” or “splotches” of oil after 12 hours, it means the wood or your painted finish has absorbed as much as it can. Wipe back and you’re done.
HEMP OIL FURNITURE FACTS
- No chemicals so it’s environmentally friendly
- Works on raw wood or painted finishes
- Hemp Oil is food safe so can be used on cutting boards, utensils, or baby cribs etc.
- Wipe on with a brush, sponge, lint-free cloth, or your hand
- Use multiple coats 2-3 coats or as little as 1 coat
- Dries to a water-resistant finish
- Hemp Oil can be reapplied every few years as it can wear away on high traffic items
- Complete natural and safe and easy to use
- It can be used on painted furniture and leaves a NO streak finish
- Pure drying oil has amino acids removed from it so it will dry and cure
- The wood or paint will absorb the oil into the surface
- Takes 12 hours to dry
- After 12 hours remove the excess that the wood has not absorbed
- Softwoods absorb more hemp oil than hardwoods
- Be sure to remove excess after 12 hours because blotchy will start getting tacky
- Absorbs into chalk paint which is porous
- Won’t absorb into a factory finish .. it will pool up.
- Drys to a matte finish
- Nourishes wood
- You can use it on outdoor furniture
- You don’t have to worry about brush strokes
- Once there is no puddling you are done
- Very forgiving with no brush marks and it is durable
I love this close-up image below. This is how the hemp oil looks once it all dry. It doesn’t look oily or greasy at all. It dries to an all-natural-looking matte wood finish!
Even though I bought this piece with every intention of painting, I’m really glad I didn’t!
Here’s the step-by-step on Youtube. If you have any problems viewing below, feel free to watch it on my Youtube Channel here… and don’t forget to subscribe! 🙂
I’m curious… would you have painted it? I can’t wait to hear your thoughts below!
I hope whoever purchases this gorgeous wood cabinet has a real appreciation for it and admires its natural beauty.
LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK OF THIS HEMP OIL WOOD RESTORATION. FEEL FREE TO ASK ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE… I ALWAYS LOVE HEARING FROM YOU. IT MAKES MY DAY! 🙂
Happy furniture painting friends!
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