Master Color Oil

Item number:

Oiling of wooden floors

  • Resistant to dirt and fluids, e.g. water, coffee, tea and red wine 
  • Available in many different colors 
  • Gives the wood a beautiful, breathable surface 
  • Indoor climate labelled 

*The wood sample is shown on oak

0.845 FL.OZ.
169.070 FL.OZ.
33.814 FL.OZ.
84.535 FL.OZ.

Product details

  • Description
  • Specifications
  • Technical data sheet
  • Safety data sheet


340 g/l, maximum VOC content (A/i (SB)): 500 g/l.


0.90-0.95 g/ml.

Shelf life:

3 years

Application Temperature:

+59-77°F and approx. 50% air humidity.


110-130 sq.ft./L


Natural, White, Brazil Brown, Castle Grey, Extra White, Walnut, Black, Rhode Island Brown, Antique, Extra Grey, Light Brown

Cleaning of tools:

Use WOCA Solvent or turpentine


+50-77°F. Keep out of reach of children. Do not expose to heat (e.g. sunlight). Store frost-free during winter and cool during summer.


33.814 FL.OZ., 84.535 FL.OZ., 169.070 FL.OZ.


WOCA Solvent (does not normally need to be diluted).

Solid content:


Drying time:

12-24 hours at 68°F

Fully hard:

7 days at 68°F

Master Color Oil provides color and protection in one product. The oil penetrates the wood and ensures a hardwearing surface with high resistance to water and dirt. It is perfect for indoor use on all unfinished, new or newly-sanded surfaces in all wood species.


Products in use
Product, room and floor temperature must be between 59-86°F. Wood humidity must not exceed 12%. Ensure good ventilation during application and when drying. The wood must be newly sanded, use grit 100-120 for the final sanding. Vacuum thoroughly. Clean the wood with WOCA Intensive Wood Cleaner and leave it to dry for at least 8 hours before applying the oil.

Always remember to test on a less visible spot to check the compatibility of the surface with the product.

  1. Thoroughly shake the container of Master Color Oil US, both before and during use. Containers with different batch numbers should be mixed to avoid colour mismatch.
  2. Apply the oil using a short-bristled paint roller (4-6 mm) in an even coat. Work in small areas of no more than 110 sq.ft./L at a time.
  3. Leave the oil to be absorbed for 10-15 minutes. If the oil soaks quickly into the wood, apply more oil.
  4. Polish the oil into the wood until the surface appears saturated. Use a buffing machine with a buffing machine for large areas and a polishing cloth/pad manually for small areas.
  5. Remove excess oil with dry, lint-free cotton cloths or pads until the surface no longer appears wet. Continue until the whole area has been polished and excess oil has been thoroughly removed.
  6. To ensure a good saturation the surface should be re-polished with 1 dl Master Color Oil US per 110-130 sq.ft./L within 12-24 hours at 68°F after the first application. The oil should be polished thoroughly, as described in step 4+5.
  7. The surface can be used with caution after and is fully hardened after at 20°C and 55% humidity, after which rugs etc. can be placed on the floor.