Allback Linseed Oil Paint | Solvent Free Paint Review

Organic Linseed Paint from Sweden. 

This paint has a time tested, 1000 year old history and is said to last 50 years on the exterior of a building. With maintaining it every 10-15 years with a coat of organic purified organic boiled linseed oil or the linseed oil wax, this low maintenance paint should be worth the extra initial cost.




The future in paint is found in the past!

There are a wide variety of colors to choose from.  This highly pigmented paint works very well as a stain when "thinned" down with the All Back organic Linseed Oil.

It can be used on new wood, old wood, interior, exterior and even metals, boats and cars!  Yet is is solvent-free and safe enough as an artists paint or crafting paint.  Zuki can't wait to finally try coloring his ornaments, toys and furniture with this fantastic paint.

The Allback linseed paint is made from Purified Organic Boiled Linseed Oil. 
They are tinted only with earth pigments.  The white paint contains Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide. The colored paint contains Metal Oxide and Earth Pigment. You may apply this paint to any clean and dry surface including wood, concrete, corrugate steel/aluminum, plastic and old painted surfaces indoors and outdoors. Learn more at solventfreepaint.com or solventfreepaint.ca

A little goes a very long way!  

4 decks (one 8'x10' with 2' skirting & stairs + one 6'x 14' with 2' 6" skirting & stairs + one 6'x14' 2story including underside, railing and stairs, + one 6'x16' including underside and railing)
+Basement Stairs
+Garden Steps
+Raised Beds, Arbour & Wire Trellis
+ Other odds & ends
We used a total of 7.5 Liters of paint mixed with about 8L of oil.

We plan on pressure washing the fence and oiling it (I have a white) and completely undercoating both vehicles (2006 Hummer & 2011 Patriot) :)
I would love to see this paint come in artists metal tubes and in rectangle oil cans, in smaller sizes for sampling, and the square edge cans would be easier to ship.  The only bad thing I have to say is that some of the samples in glass jars broke while in transit.





Look at the amazing range of natural colors:
Click on the Swatches to Explore Available Exterior / Interior Linseed Paint Colors


WhiteVintage WhiteOld WhiteSilver GraySea MistParchmentOld Gold
#50003
White
#50241
Vintage White
#50004
Old White
#50216
Silver Gray
#50005
Sea Mist
#50096
Parchment
#50236
Old Gold
Antique GoldCustardBarley WhiteButtermilkHolkham GreenSpruce GreenWild Sage
#50007
Antique Gold
#50008
Custard
#50094
Barley White
#50152
Buttermilk
#50011
Holkham Green
#50012
Spruce Green
#50095
Wild Sage
LichenChrome Oxide GreenGreen UmberVerona BrownHoughton BrownChocolateBrick Red
#50013
Lichen
#50603
Chrome Oxide
Green
#50606
Green Umber
#50349
Verona Brown
#50154
Houghton Brown
#50010
Chocolate
#50014
Brick Red
Iron PrimerOld RedOld RoseMidnight BlueLinseed BlueIce Blue
#50052
Iron Primer
#50114
Old Red
#50239
Old Rose
#50104
Midnight Blue
#50238
Old Blue
#50105
Linseed Blue
#50202
Ice Blue
Graphite GrayBlack
#50220
Graphite Gray
#50006
Black


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Comments

  1. Your stain looks really good! This is only one coat? Did you prime with pure linseed oil?

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  2. Thanks :) Yes Only 1 coat of paint mixed 50/50 with oil and just oil primer :)

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  3. It has been several years since you posted this video, how is the paint standing up now? Also, does the linseed oil help to repel water? I have a lot of places around my house and anywhere the paint has chipped or cracked starts to suck up water leading to several areas with rotted wood.

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    1. In several of my garden tours you'll see the decks, well head and bench...All still doing well. The only touch-up we've had to do is the direct line to the door after wearing ice cleats for a few looong winters (that would beat up anything) I just did another video using some of the leftover paint (yes it stores well too) where I painted the bumper of my H3: http://www.colorfulcanary.com/2017/08/linseed-oil-paint-for-rusted-metal.html

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    2. Thanks for the reply. I'll go check out the other videos. Thank you for all the info on this product.

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  4. Sorry I have one more stupid question lol

    Does this paint actually "dry" since it is an oil? Could you use it on wooden deck chairs or would the oil end up staining clothing? I have no experience with this type of product whatsoever.

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