Polyx®-Oil Raw

Polyx®-Oil Raw is a priming oil designed to reduce/slow down the natural yellowing of timber. Polyx®-Oil Raw contains a small quantity of white pigment, which counters this yellowing of the wood's colour, leaving the surface looking as near to natural as possible.

One thin coat will keep the timber looking "Raw" as though it has nothing on it. For interior use only. It's uses include wooden flooring and wall paneling, and furniture. It is only suitable for use on light coloured timber species such as Oak, Pine, Spruce, Douglas Fir and Poplar etc. It should not be used on dark coloured timbers such as jarrah and kwila. If used on these timbers, the effect is a chalky appearance. 


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Easy to apply. Polyx Raw should only be used as a one coat primer. (If 2 coats of Polyx Raw are applied, the finish will appear white). The oil should be buffed/rubbed into the timber's grain, so the white is no longer visible, making the timber appear as though there is nothing on it.

Once the Polyx Raw is dry, one or two coats of normal Polyx®-Oil should be applied as the top coat.The dry finish is safe for humans, animals and plants. Polyx Raw contains no biocides or preservatives. The finish is resistant against coffee, tea, wine, cols, fruit juice milk and water. It is suitable for children's toys, and is fast against perspiration and saliva.

Can Sizes / Approximate Coverage

  • 750ml - 9 sqm with 2 coats 
  • 2.5 litres - 30sqm with 2 coats
  • 10 litres - 120sqm with 2 coats