It all starts with the very best linseed oil. Allback Linseed Oil Paint is made from Swedish, cold-pressed, purified, filtered, sterilised, well-matured, and boiled linseed oil, as well as from the highest quality natural pigments. The paint contains no solvents or cheap synthetic ingredients, and it does not need to be diluted with solvents at any stage.
Protect and nourish from the inside out.
This is what makes pure linseed oil paint different: It is a penetrating paint, not a surface coating. Use the same paint outdoors and indoors and for all coats – no primer required. When painting on untreated, dried timber outdoors, first impregnate with Allback Purified Raw Linseed Oil for even longer-lasting protection. This is like moisturizer for your building - not makeup.
Easy maintenance over time.
Pure linseed oil paint does not crack or peel, and it will never trap moisture that will cause wood to rot. Instead, it fades gradually over time and gives early signals when maintenance is required. Maintain the paint over time with an application of Allback Purified Boiled Linseed Oil or Linseed Oil Wax on the dry, aged surface. Never scrape again.
Superior coverage, longevity, and value.
Not only does Allback Linseed Oil Paint cover more than twice the area of modern coatings, but because it absorbs and integrates with the wood, it also lasts at least twice as long. It can bond to virtually any surface that is clean and dry other than silicone and build a protective film. This means that the long-term protection of pure linseed oil paint offers much greater value over time.
Temperature and Storage.
Pure linseed oil paint is not sensitive to freezing or to very hot weather, meaning the paint can be stored below freezing, and it can be applied in direct sunlight.
Tested and well documented.
Allback is known as much for their high quality linseed oil products as they are for their work as craftsmen and as educators. They have created a complete system of materials that has been used, tested, and documented in their own projects since 1982. Their paint and their Windowcraft methods have been used on some of the most prominent heritage structures in the world, including the Château de Versailles in France, Holkham Estate in England, and Parliament Hill in Canada.
For the health of the building, the craftsperson, and the environment.
Allback produces the purest linseed oil paint, with the highest classification of health and environmental ratings. They are emissions tested and approved by the Swedish Work Environment Authority and the Swedish National Heritage Board. They are the only linseed paint company to achieve a GREEN ARROW in the Swedish Environmental Building Material Assessment by Byggvarubedömningen . Allback Linseed Oil Paint is also the only one that is classified "A" by SundaHus building materials assessment of “healthy homes”.