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WOCA Master Color Oil

SKU: 532325AA


VENDOR: Woca Denmark


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WOCA Master Color Oil provides color and an oil finish in one step. It penetrates and hardens deep inside the wood.  As a result, wood floors become stronger and better withstand wear. Master Color Oil contains fine pigments in eleven different colors, which can be mixed to create a custom color.

If you want to achieve the signature Scandinavian wood look, purchase one of our Signature Look bundles:

Scandinavian Wood Floor System, Master Color Oil


Master Color Oil Application Instructions

It is recommended to use a floor buffer for the oil application. Recommended wood moisture maximum - 12%. The oiling should be done at a minimum temperature of 60º F.

  1. Unfinished flooring or wood should be freshly sanded with grit 100-120. Prep the wood surface with a solution of 1/4 cup Intensive Wood Cleaner per gallon of water. Leave the floor to dry for at least 4-6 hours before applying the oil. This step is not optional.
  2. Shake the container of Color Oil well before and during application. Apply the oil in an even coat with the WOCA Oil Applicator or a low nap paint roller onto an area of 100 - 200 sq. ft.
  3. Let the floor absorb the oil for 20 minutes. Work the oil into the wood with a red pad, either manually, or for large areas with a buffer. Polish until the floor appears saturated with oil.
  4. Remove the excess oil with lint free cloths, or scrape with a squeegee onto the next section of floor to be oiled.
  5. Buff the floor with lint free cloths under white polishing pads. The floor should not appear wet, and no excess oil should be left on the surface after polishing. Continue in sections until the whole floor has been finished.
  6. Wait for 6 - 8 hours, or when dry enough to walk on.  Buff the floor with a white polishing pad and color oil.
  7. If a silk matte surface is desired, the finished floor may be buffed with 1 liter of Master Color Oil per 500 - 600 s.f. of floor. The oil must be polished carefully into the floor. No excess oil should be left on the surface.
  8. After 6 - 8 hours, cover walking areas with corrugated cardboard for the 72 hours hardening period. Do not expose the floor to water during the hardening time.

For Hardwoods:

1st coat ~300 sf per 2.5 liter can

2nd coat ~1250 sf per 2.5 liter can

For Softwoods and Reclaimed Wood:

1st coat ~275 sf per 2.5 liter can

2nd coat ~1100 sf per 2.5 liter can

Coverage rates can vary.


For regular cleaning of floors finished with WOCA Master Color Oil, use WOCA Natural Soap in white. See our residential maintenance guide, or commercial maintenance guide for a detailed schedule and instructions for cleaning and maintaining your floors.

WOCA Master Color Oil Technical
Product properties
Solid content Approx. 60 %
Flash point
Density 0.90-0.95 g/ml
Fully hard 5-7 days at 68°F and 55% humidity
Mixing ratio
Colors 11 colors
Binder Vegetable oil components
Air humidity
Dilution WOCA Solvent (does not normally need to be diluted).
Sandable after
Re-treatment dry
Drying time 12-24 hours at 68°F
Application tools Paint Roller, 4 mm luv, 
Paint roller handle, 25mm, 
Telescopic rod
Pot life
Disposal Empty containers and residues to be disposed of according to local regulations.
Shelf life 3 years
Packaging 2.5 L 
Pack size:
Pr. No.:
Storage + 50-68°F. Keep out of reach of children. Must not be exposed to heat (e.g. sunlight). Store frost-free.


What is the difference between Master Color Oil and Diamond Oil Active?

Both Master Color Oil and Diamond Oil Active are penetrating oils. They are both made with the highest quality of natural ingredients. Master Color Oil is intended for use for normal wear and tear in residential use. Diamond Oil Active is extremely durable and is most often used in high traffic, or commercial applications.

How do I know what color to choose?

The color swatches displayed are meant to give you a basic idea of the finished product, but because of settings and color adjustments on individual computer monitors and hand-held devices, and different reactions from various woods, the color on your wood may or may not be achieved exactly as shown in the color swatches. We recommend that you use a color tester on the wood that you are going to finish in an inconspicuous area to ensure that you achieve your desired end result. Our testers include FREE GROUND SHIPPING in the Greater United States.

Is staining needed with WOCA Color Oil?

No staining is needed with WOCA Color Oil, as the color and finish is done in one step.

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