Wood Protection

NATURE'S OWN WOOD PROTECTION

  • RED TAR

    Auson Red Pine Tar is based on our classics Genuine Pine Tar and Iron Oxide. It gives the home exteriors the traditional red colour that has been popular in Sweden since time immemorial.

    It also provides the best protection from wind and weather. Red Tar is perfect for both classic summer cottages with white house corners and wooden houses with modern architecture and colour schemes. Dilute with approx. 20% gum turpentine for unplaned wood. Planed wood requires a dilution of between 30 and 40%. You can use Red Tar on wood that has previously been treated with distemper paint.

  • BLACK TAR

    Auson Black Pine Tar is a genuine pine tar reinforced with black pigment, which ensures a lovely matte colour in addition to protection from rot, mould and desiccation. The classic black colour is perfect for modern wooden houses, fences or boathouses. Dilute with approx. 20% gum turpentine for unplaned wood. Planed wood requires a dilution of between 30 and 40%. You can use Black Tar on wood that has previously been treated with distemper paint.

  • VITRIOL PINE  TAR

    Auson Vitriol Pine Tar is a thin tar glaze that produces a stylish and modern grey colour. The colour will initially look brownish since the pine tar first sits on the surface along with the pigment. But even on the first application, it penetrates the wood to protect it from moisture, while the grey pigment remains on the surface. The end result is a stylish grey colour that blends in with nature and protects the wood. Vitriol Pine tar contains gum turpentine. You can use Tar Vitriol on wood that has previously been treated with iron vitriol.

  • BROWN PIN TAR

    Auson Brown Pine Tar is a classic pine tar. The brown colour has its origins in the national romantic period of the early 20th century. Now, more than 100 years later, brown wood exteriors have once again become popular. Brown Tar gives a matte brown colour and a beautiful wood surface. And, of course, the pine tar offers protection from strong sunlight, moisture, mould and rot. Dilute with approx. 20% gum turpentine for unplaned wood. Planed wood requires a dilution of between 30 and 40%. You can use Brown Tar on wood that has previously been treated with distemper paint.

  • GREEN PIN TAR

    Auson Green Pine Tar is a genuine pine tar reinforced with green pigment, which ensures a lovely matte colour in addition to protection from rot, mould and desiccation. The classic green hue is perfectly suited to both houses and fences. Dilute with approx. 20% gum turpentine for unplaned wood. Planed wood requires a dilution of between 30 and 40%. You can use Green Tar on wood that has previously been treated with distemper paint.

  • BLACK-BROWN PIN TAR

    Auson Brown Pine Tar is a classic pine tar. The brown colour has its origins in the national romantic period of the early 20th century. Now, more than 100 years later, brown wood exteriors have once again become popular. Brown Tar gives a matte brown colour and a beautiful wood surface. And, of course, the pine tar offers protection from strong sunlight, moisture, mould and rot. Dilute with approx. 20% gum turpentine for unplaned wood. Planed wood requires a dilution of between 30 and 40%. You can use Brown Tar on wood that has previously been treated with distemper paint.

  • GENUINE PIN TAR

    Auson Genuine Pine Tar is the ancestor of the pigmented pine tars. Genuine Pine Tar is traditional kilned pine tar and is perfectly suited to modern wooden houses, timber houses, wooden roofs, jetties and other outdoor wooden structures. It also has good penetration on unplaned wood. Genuine Pine Tar has healing properties and works well on, among other things, the hooves of horses and other animals. By diluting with gum turpentine or heating the tar, you can enable faster penetration in the wood and make it less sticky.

  • TARINOIL

    Auson Roslag Mahogany is a low-viscosity tar glaze that provides a darker mahogany tone. It is based on an old Swedish recipe consisting of Genuine Pine Tar, linseed oil and gum turpentine. Since Roslag Mahogany has a very low viscosity, it should be applied in two thin coats. Remember to let the surface dry thoroughly between coats. Feel free to use Auson Roslag Mahogany on jetties, boats, shingled roofs and, of course, on different types of wooden buildings.

  • RED TAR

    Auson Imprex is special light-coloured tar containing tall oil, and takes on a glaze-like quality with time. It gives a natural beautiful wood surface that is ideal for treating boats, shingled roofs and wooden buildings, for example. The tar has good penetration properties, preserves the wood and makes the surface water-repellent.

  • TAR OIL

    Are you tired of your discoloured wooden deck? Then Auson Tar Oil is something for you. It is a pure natural product that protects the wood and preserves the light hue. With Auson Tar Oil, you achieve long lasting protection and a stylish surface with a clear wood pattern. Your patio will look good – and it will stay that way. All you have to do is treat the wood e very second or third year. The oil is also excellent for fences, untreated garden furniture and planter boxes.

  • WILD BOAR TAR

    Auson Wild Boar Tar is used to make hunting  wild boar easier. Impregnate a tree trunk or  wooden post with the scent by brushing a  generous layer of tar onto the surface. The tar  will then attract the wild boar, as it signals that  the tree is rich in resin which wild boar use to  rid themselves of skin parasites. Wild boar like  to rub themselves against the tarred tree. By  using Auson Wild Boar Tar regularly, you can  attract wild boar to your hunting ground all  year round.

  • SLEEPER OIL

    Auson Red Pine Tar is based on our classics Genuine Pine Tar and Iron Oxide. It gives the home exteriors the traditional red colour that has been popular in Sweden since time immemorial.

    Sleeper oil is used for surface treatment and  dark varnishing of railway sleepers, posts and  fences. Sleeper oil is based on Genuine Pine  Tar which provides the best protection against  the elements. Sleeper oil is painted on liberally  so that the oil can penetrate the wood.

  • CHINESE WOOD OIL

    Chinese Wood Oil is a classic Chinese oil  based on ‘Tung Oil’ combined with linseed oil  and solvents.

  • RAW LINSEED OIL

    For surface protection of wood, manufacturing  paint and mixing with pine tar.

  • BOILED LINSEED OIL

    For surface protection of wood, manufacturing  paint and mixing with pine tar.

  • GUM TURPENTINE

    Genuine gum turpentine is a biodegradable  solvent used to dilute pine tar and linseed oil  paints.

PIN TAR APPLICATION
 

Painting with pine tar is a different experience compared to regular and modern paint. The pine tar is based on substances produced naturally in the woods and is prepared by dry distillation of wood, especially pine. Depending on the species of pine used in the preparation, the pine tar may have a different odor and color.

BEFORE PAINTING

 Our pigmented pine tars  need to be diluted with about 20% gum turpentine or warm up to 50-60 ° C before painting. Our Bright tar oil and our Pine tar vitriol are ready for use after stirring.

 Make sure the timber  is dry before you start to paint, that will enable the pine tar to penetrate the wood. If the wood contains too much moisture, the tar will settle on the surface instead. 

 We recommend  painting during hot weather, at least 10°C. Then the pine tar is more convenient to work with. 

 The Pine Tar  can be painted directly on untreated wood without primer or on earlier tarred or mud colored wood. You could also paint Pine Tar Vitriol over Iron vitriol.

 Wood tar  is a natural product which can vary in appearance from different productions. If you have several cans, mix the estimated amount needed for the surface to avoid any color differences.

WHEN PAINTING

 As the tar is sucked  into the timber, we recommend to use a wide brush (70-100 mm) to avoid an uneven surface. 

 Stir the can any now  and then during painting to mix up the pigment. 

 For the best water protection,  we recommend two coats. It is ok to delay the second coating up to a year as the first coat will protect the wood during this time.

AFTER PAINTING

 

 The drying time  is ca 24 h at normal outdoor temperatures during grinding season. For new construction, it may be helpful to paint wood on the ground for maximum coverage.

 

 The wonderful Pine Tar  odor is present for about a month after the painting. However, the smell decreases considerably only after a few days.

 

 We recommend  painting every 5-10 years. The large range depends on the climate but also on the quality of the wood. Once it is time to paint again, simply remove dirt from the facade and then you are ready to apply a new layer of Pine Tar.

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