Uula Roslag Mahogany

Alk. 26,62 

8–10 m2/ l

6–8 m2/ l


Roslag Mahogany® is a wood treatment product made with boiled linseed oil and tar for a durable translucent finish on exterior log and other wooden surfaces.

Additional information

Uula Roslag Mahogany® – Wood treatment product containing tar for exterior use on log and other wooden surfaces

Uula Roslag Mahogany® is an excellent wood treatment product for a durable translucent finish on exterior log and other wooden surfaces. The breathable and plastic-free product leaves the grain of the wood visible. Made with boiled linseed oil and pit-burned tar, it protects the wood naturally.

Uula Roslag Mahogany® is designed for old and new untreated exterior wood surfaces and treated wood surfaces impregnated with agents that do not form a membrane or hard coating that might prevent the penetration of the product. Suited to log walls, cladding, wooden boats and jetties.

Coverage: Planed surfaces approx. 8-10 m2/l. Sawn timber 6-8 m2/l.
Thinner: The product does not need to be thinned
Drying time: In sunlight the surface can dry even in 24 hours. On shadowy surfaces drying time up to 3–4
weeks. (To be considered particularly in garden furniture, jetties etc). Withstands normal rain a couple of hours after painting. Dense and new planed surface increase drying and absorption time significantly.
Colours: Uula Colour Chart translucent colours. Uula Roslag Mahogany is tinted with colour pastes made from genuine colour pigments. The colour and texture (planed or sawn timber etc.) of the surface to be treated must be taken into consideration when choosing a translucent paint shade. A small test is recommended
before the actual treatment. The surface attains its final colour when the tar has been absorbed completely.

Technical details

Plastic-free: The paint does not contain any plastic agents.
VOC emissions: Less than 350g/l. (EU VOC limit set 2010: 700g/l)
Storage & disposal: Keep in a cool and dry place. Does not freeze. Dry and empty containers can be taken to a refuse dump. Liquid waste must be taken to a municipal hazardous waste collection point.
Caution: Linseed oil on cleaning rags etc. may catch fire by itself. Oily rags and
cloths etc. should be burned or rinsed in water before putting into refuse bins.

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