Natural Oil Finish 2C Part A (no accelerator B)
PROTECTS AND COLORS WOOD IN ONE LAYER
Although Part A is available without the accelerator, we strongly recommend the use of the component system - Rubio Monocoat Natural Oil 2C Parts A & B - since the oil will cure in 7 days rather than 21 days, virtually eliminating spotting, scuffing, etc. during the cure period. Learn more.
Rubio Monocoat contains no volatile organic compounds (VOC), nor does it contain other harmful chemicals.
For samples, see our Samples page.
Rubio Monocoat produces 11x the coverage with just a single 1 liter can.
Compare and Decide
Rubio Monocoat Natural Oil:
1 liter can cover an average of 400 sq. ft. of floor with one application.
3 gallons (11.4 liters) and three applications are needed to achieve the same result.
Great and easy
Posted by Bruce Cameron on 26th Mar 2019
There is nothing bad to say about this product, it’s easy to use goes on with amazing clarity. If there is one drawback, a left over can can’t sit on the shelf waiting for you to use it a year later.
Be Careful What You Order
Posted by Kyle Freeman on 8th Oct 2018
All of the Rubio products exceed expectations. You need to read descriptions carefully though. I usually order two part coatings. Thought I'd ordered a two stage coating last time, but the product I recieved. (which had pretty much the same name as what I usually buy), was single stage.
I'm so glad I found this product!
Posted by Wendy J on 18th Jun 2018
Bought some unfinished furniture and was unsure how to proceed with staining or protecting it, so I did an online search and Rubio Monocoat kept appearing, so I ordered some samples and all I can say is "wow." Chose a color and then ordered a larger can. What a great product! Easy to apply, nice result, and I even like the smell! It's pleasant. I will be ordering again for future projects!
Rubio Monocoat Natural Oil
Posted by cgmom on 27th Mar 2018
Excellent product. Mixes very well with the stain. If using the oil for a smaller project, please note to be very careful when opening the can for the first time. If the edges are damaged and the oil is to be stored for a later project, it can be difficult to re-open the container. I would recommend re-opening the can with needle nose pliers and pulling up the lid rather than using a flathead screwdriver to try to lift the lid.
We can not find enough uses for Monocoat
Posted by Jeff Carter on 27th Mar 2018
I have been using Monocoat for at least 7 years. Without fail when we deliver a product that was finished with Monocoat the clients love the feel and look.