PATINATION OIL when correctly applied gives an evenness of colour to lead while its natural patina develops, it also prevents
unsightly white staining.
The lead to be treated should be clean, dry and free from cement, dust and loose debris that may affect adhesion.
PATINATION OIL should be applied as soon as possible, immediately after each step of the lead work and certainly not later
than the end of the working day.
1. Shake the tin vigorously for at least 2 minutes before use and occasionally during application.
2. Apply the oil with a soft absorbent cloth.
3. Work horizontally from top to bottom maintaining a wet lower edge. DO NOT USE A CIRCULAR SCRUBBING ACTION.
4. Ensure application is complete before any rain.
Do not allow Patination Oil to come into contact with bituminous surfaces or polycarbonate sheet.
Store in cool, dry conditions in a sealed container between 5ºC and 30ºC.
12 months when stored according to manufacturers instructions in unopened containers.
Approximately 60m² per litre.
Disposal of containers
Do not leave empty containers where residue could be harmful to children, animals or the environment. Replace lids and remove any containers to a central disposal point in accordance with local regulations.
Health & safety
Paint related product UN1263. Contains Methyl Ethyl Ketoxime. May produce an allergic reaction. Contains white spirit low aromatic.
• Harmful to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment
• Repeated exposure may cause skin dryness or cracking
• Keep out of reach of children
• Keep away from sources of ignition – No smoking
• Do not empty into drains
• Dispose of this material and it’s container at hazardous or special waste collection points
• In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical attention immediately (showing label where possible)
• Use appropriate container to avoid environmental contamination
• See separate material safety data sheet for full handling, use and storage
Cloths contaminated with PATINATION OIL should be burnt after use as in certain conditions spontaneous combustion can occur caused by oxidation of the oil.