Allback Linus Interior Wall Paint

SOLVENT FREE
Binder : Boiled, cleaned and sterilized linseed oil, cellulose and bees wax 
Drier : Manganese
Thin with : If neccessary add max 30 % water
VOC  : <5mg/L.
Application  : Add water only if necessary, use roller or brush
Cover  : 10 m² per litre, depending on surface and tool.
Clean-up  : Linseed Soap and water 
Drying time  : Approximately 24 hours at room temperature. Ventilate well. 
SKU: Allback-LWP
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  • White
    White
  • Grey Light
    Grey Light
  • Vintage Grey
    Vintage Grey
  • Mocco Belge
    Mocco Belge
  • Emerald/Ocean Green
    Emerald/Ocean Green
  • Lime Tree Green
    Lime Tree Green
  • Russet Red
    Russet Red
  • Pink
    Pink
  • Blue Light
    Blue Light
  • Black
    Black
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€41.91

A completely matt solvent free indoor paint - The ultimate environmentally safe choice for all interior surfaces.

Linus wall paint contains linseed oil, water, cellulose glue, shellac and natural pigment. The paint can be used on all interior surfaces; wood, painted surfaces, plaster, wallpaper,whitewash, plasterboard, woven surfaces, papered walls and ceilings.

It produces a completely matt surface that is easy to touch up. Linus indoor solvent free paint can also withstands heat and is good on open fireplaces and behind stoves.

Interior Colour Range

For interior surfaces only, Linus Wall Paint includes 14 long-lasting and easy to apply matt indoor paint colours. You can easily vary the shade of the white by adding one of our ready-made pigment mixes. Linus Wall Paint surface is washable making it easy to maintain.

Create different shades
All Linus Wallpaint colours can be mixed with each other. Linus cannot be mixed with Linseed Oil Paint.

Linus and Primer
If the surface is very absorbent, such as plaster, woven surfaces, etc., the surface can be pre-treated with Primer. Primer reduces the risk of water damage, soot and nicotine showing through.

Linus for stencilling
Linus wall paint used without thinning or with the addition of chalk is excellent for stencilling.

Linus as a filler
Pour off the surface water. Do not stir the paint. It needs to be as thick as possible. If the paint is too thin to use as filler, add ground pumice. Use the paint to smooth joins in wallpaper and fill uneven areas. It can also be used as an undercoat on whole walls. Leave to dry and sand. Paint two coats as normal.

 

 Download Material Safety Data Sheet for Linus Interiror Wall Paint

 Download Material Safety Data Sheet for Linseed Oil Paint Dry Time

A completely matt solvent free indoor paint - The ultimate environmentally safe choice for all interior surfaces.

Linus wall paint contains linseed oil, water, cellulose glue, shellac and natural pigment. The paint can be used on all interior surfaces; wood, painted surfaces, plaster, wallpaper,whitewash, plasterboard, woven surfaces, papered walls and ceilings.

It produces a completely matt surface that is easy to touch up. Linus indoor solvent free paint can also withstands heat and is good on open fireplaces and behind stoves.

Interior Colour Range

For interior surfaces only, Linus Wall Paint includes 14 long-lasting and easy to apply matt indoor paint colours. You can easily vary the shade of the white by adding one of our ready-made pigment mixes. Linus Wall Paint surface is washable making it easy to maintain.

Create different shades
All Linus Wallpaint colours can be mixed with each other. Linus cannot be mixed with Linseed Oil Paint.

Linus and Primer
If the surface is very absorbent, such as plaster, woven surfaces, etc., the surface can be pre-treated with Primer. Primer reduces the risk of water damage, soot and nicotine showing through.

Linus for stencilling
Linus wall paint used without thinning or with the addition of chalk is excellent for stencilling.

Linus as a filler
Pour off the surface water. Do not stir the paint. It needs to be as thick as possible. If the paint is too thin to use as filler, add ground pumice. Use the paint to smooth joins in wallpaper and fill uneven areas. It can also be used as an undercoat on whole walls. Leave to dry and sand. Paint two coats as normal.

 

 Download Material Safety Data Sheet for Linus Interiror Wall Paint

 Download Material Safety Data Sheet for Linseed Oil Paint Dry Time

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Working with Linseed Oil Paint and Products

  1. Spread the paint well in several directions before the final long brushstroke.
  2. Use a stiff natural brush. Apart from shine variations, the paint should provide full coverage with one stroke. Paint at least two coats outdoors and at least three coats on very exposed areas.
  3. The paint can be used in sunshine.
  4. Use Allbäck Linseed Soap to clean brushes and hands.
  5. Store brushes hanging in a jar of raw linseed oil. This oil can be used for impregnation.
  6. The paint can be sprayed on undiluted. High pressure – small nozzle.
  7. Variations in shine can arise with uneven absorption or application. These will even out over time.
  8. The matt surface is the end result. One way of reducing variation is to impregnate with linseed oil or wipe the finished surface with linseed oil.

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Binder : Boiled cold pressed, cleaned and sterilized linseed oil from Sweden 
Drier : Manganese
Thin with : If necessary, thin with max 5 % linseed-oil 
VOC  : <5mg/L. Nothing evaporates from the paint 
Application  : Apply thin coats with natural brush 
Cover  : 15-20 m² per litre, depending on surface 
Clean-up  : Linseed Soap and water 
Drying time  : Approximately 24 hours at room temperature. Ventilate well. 
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