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Poppy Oil

Order number: 73600

pure, refined




 

Delivery time approx. 5 working days

250 ml (PE-bottle)
Order number: 73600.20250.156 10.00 USD *
40.00 USD * / 1000 ml Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
1 l (PE-bottle)
Order number: 73600.21100.160 28.00 USD *
Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
 

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Handling and Warnings

CAUTION: Materials impregnated with oil may spontaneously combust (auto-oxidation). Burn rags under supervision or dry outspread.

 
 

Poppy Oil

pure, refined

Poppy oil yellows considerably less than linseed oil. It maintains its consistency better when ground into thick, buttery oil paint (makes a nice “short” paint). Poppy oil can mitigate the fast drying effect of some pigments to reduce internal tensions in drying times of a paint layer. Excellent to use for wet-in-wet painting. Poppy oil does not, however, become as hard when dry as other oils. It shouldn’t be used on fat, nonabsorbent grounds. Paintings done in poppy oil, especially with a heavier application, should be left unvarnished. Our poppy oil is filtered, refined, and acid reduced.
  • Chemical description Papaver Orientale (poppy) seed oil: 100 %. CAS No. 95193-58-1, EINECS 305-870-8
  • Form liquid
  • Solubility in water insoluble
  • Boiling point > 350°C

Poppy Oil

pure, refined

Poppy oil yellows considerably less than linseed oil. It maintains its consistency better when ground into thick, buttery oil paint (makes a nice “short” paint). Poppy oil can mitigate the fast drying effect of some pigments to reduce internal tensions in drying times of a paint layer. Excellent to use for wet-in-wet painting. Poppy oil does not, however, become as hard when dry as other oils. It shouldn’t be used on fat, nonabsorbent grounds. Paintings done in poppy oil, especially with a heavier application, should be left unvarnished. Our poppy oil is filtered, refined, and acid reduced.
 
 
Approved Product
Products bearing the AP Product Seal of ACMI are certified in a program of toxicological evaluation by a medical expert to contain no materials in sufficient quantities to be toxic or injurious to humans or cause acute or chronic health problems.

 

RAGS, STEEL WOOL OR WASTE SOAKED WITH THIS PRODUCT MAY SPONTANEOUSLY CATCH FIRE IF IMPROPERLY DISCARDED. Contains: OXIDIZING OIL.

 

PRECAUTIONS: Immediately after use, place soiled material in a sealed water-filled metal container.

 

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Poppy Oil

pure, refined

Poppy oil yellows considerably less than linseed oil. It maintains its consistency better when ground into thick, buttery oil paint (makes a nice “short” paint). Poppy oil can mitigate the fast drying effect of some pigments to reduce internal tensions in drying times of a paint layer. Excellent to use for wet-in-wet painting. Poppy oil does not, however, become as hard when dry as other oils. It shouldn’t be used on fat, nonabsorbent grounds. Paintings done in poppy oil, especially with a heavier application, should be left unvarnished. Our poppy oil is filtered, refined, and acid reduced.
 

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