A blend of natural solvents to remove excess oil, which has not penetrated into the
timber thoroughly and dried on the surface.

ProNature Rescue

R295.00R1,250.00

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It happens from time to time that excess oil (Indoor/Outdoor/Rock) has been left on the
surface after application… and now it’s sticky.
Often it is overlooked to remove all the excess oil, which has not penetrated into the
timber thoroughly. Sometimes oil sweats out of the timber pores after the application and
this despite wiping it off. Any stickiness observed is always due to excessive oil left on the
treated surface and which wasn’t rubbed off efficiently.

If the oil application didn’t have too much time to dry i.e. 6-12 hours it is possible to
reapply the same oil i.e. ProNature Indoor/Outdoor/Rock to the surface and to
leave it on the surface for approx.10 minutes. The fresh oil is able (within reason) to
re-dissolve the previously applied oil which can now be rubbed off using a mutton
cloth or to be loosened with a fine scouring pad which is then followed by a
mutton cloth. For large surfaces like floors it is advisable to make use of an
industrial polisher with a white or red pad to loosen and mop up any excess oil.
The earlier above process can be applied the easier and more successful this
method will be!

To sticky surfaces older than 24 hours of drying:
Apply ProNature Rescue, which is the natural thinning product, without petrochemicals
and a ready-to-use product. However, due to its ingredients it’s more costly than the
ordinary methylated spirits & turpentine. Alternatively you can use a blend of high quality (!!) conventional methylated spirits & turpentine (1:1)***.
Leave to loosen the stickiness for about 10 minutes.
Scrub softened oil either manually or with an industrial polisher (red or black pad)
until all sticky residue has been removed. Clean surface with mutton cloth and
reapply oil as per instructions on product label.

• Pour or spray ProNature Rescue onto sticky oiled surface
• Leave to loosen sticky oil layer for approximately 5 minutes
• With the use of a scrubbing pad scour away softened oil layer
• Once sticky layer has come off remove residue with a cloth which has been wetted with some ProNature Rescue
• Leave to dry cleaned surface and one dried sufficiently check if all sticky layers have been removed
• If some stickiness persist repeat above process until all stickiness has been removed entirely
• It might be advisable to re-oil the surfaces with either ProNature Indoor or Outdoor following manufacturers instructions

Store in a cool, dry place.

Gum Turpentine and Orange Peel Oil

Product is flammable!! Soaked, used cloths from the use with ProNature Rescue may spontaneously combust, and should be spread open, or kept safely in a tightly sealed tin or best to be submersed in water after use. During application provide adequate ventilation and wear suitable gloves and goggles.

Natural ingredients may cause allergies. Use only as directed. Store out of reach of children. Supervise childrenduring use.

Technical Data Sheet – Rescue

It happens from time to time that excess oil (Indoor/Outdoor/Rock) has been left on the
surface after application… and now it’s sticky.
Often it is overlooked to remove all the excess oil, which has not penetrated into the
timber thoroughly. Sometimes oil sweats out of the timber pores after the application and
this despite wiping it off. Any stickiness observed is always due to excessive oil left on the
treated surface and which wasn’t rubbed off efficiently.  ProNature Rescue is the natural thinning product, without petrochemicals and a ready-to-use product. However, due to its ingredients it’s more costly than the ordinary methylated spirits & turpentine. Alternatively you can use a blend of high quality (!!) conventional methylated spirits & turpentine (1:1)***.

Weight N/A
Size

1 x 1 litre, 1 x 5 litre