Best available grade of flax seeds (both brown & yellow seeds) are used for extracting pure and unadulterated Linseed Oil that we offer. However, unlike its counterpart, flaxseed oil, which is also extracted from flax seeds, Linseed Oil is considered unfit for use as a cooking oil and is exhaustibly used for various industrial purposes only. This popular natural oil because of its excellent water resistant properties is widely used in the form of a wood preservative, which is as good as any other commercial wood preservative. The oil is also used for formulating paints, varnishes, stains and for producing linoleum.
Main Features of Linseed Oil :
1) The oil is derived from pressing the flax seeds.
2) The oil needs proper refrigeration for improving its shelf life.
3) Food Grade linseed oil is an exception and can be offered upon request.
4) The oil can be used as a binding agent and for polishing wood.