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How to Apply Odie's Universal Oil | Non-Toxic Wood Finish 

Applying Odie's Universal Oil on Redwood | Non-Toxic Wood Finish


Odie's Oil 9 oz

Food Safe, Solvent Free, Non-toxic Wood Finish and Stabilizer. Easy to Use. Waterproofs. Lustrous Sheen In One Coat. It is also the perfect finish for leather, concrete, plastic, vinyl and metal.

Odie's Oil is great for all species of wood, exotic and domestic. Formulated to work on even the oiliest of woods. Will actually get better with age, becoming more durable and more beautiful!

Contains natural UV inhibitors-sunscreen for your wood!

Odie's Oil is great for interior and exterior applications: Boats, Brightwork, Doors, Floors, Decks, Gates, Fine Furniture, Patio Furniture, Bowls, Cutting Boards, Kitchen Implements, Toys, auto detail, concrete, leather and metal, etc., etc. The list goes on and on!

Odie's Oil is great for wood turners and can be used as a friction polish!

Odie's Oil does not contain driers or any toxic chemicals, and all ingredients are food safe. No worries! Odie’s Oil is safe for everybody: families, kids, and pets!

Odie's Oil is easy to use! No sanding or stripping in between coats or for retouching! Wipe on, Wait a while, Buff off. Easy!

A LITTLE ODIE'S OIL GOES A LONG WAY! USE SPARINGLY. "No solvents" means there is almost nothing to evaporate, so what you put on the wood, stays in the wood. Odie's Oil covers many, many times the area of other wood finishes. Up to 20 times the coverage as conventional finishes. Coverage will vary depending on wood density and porosity.

Odie's Oil is a proprietary blend of oils and waxes, born out of inspiration, hard work and a driving need to solve problems specific to the woodworker. The culmination of 30+ years of research, development and field testings in the most extreme environments produced a revolutionary product that out-performs and out-covers the competition.

For finishing wood floors: 

Odie's is a True One Coat Application Finish. This amazing finish stabilizes, protects and beautifies Hardwood Floors. It is Food Safe and Solvent-free. It is safe for the user and the end-user, free of heavy metals and isocyanates. It has no VOC. It dries fast, hard and flexible and clear. No yellowing.

Use commercially and residentially. It has been used successfully on hardwood floors in all climate regions for several decades. It stabilizes the widest planks! It will not water spot once cured and it blocks UV. It spot repairs easily with no sanding and no halos. Any sheen can be achieved. Add oil-compatible pigments or dyes to achieve any color.

Coverage is approximately 189 square feet per 9 oz jar (based on American Cherry). This finish has a unique honey-like consistency and a pleasant aroma. It really does go a long, long way.

It is easy to use. Click here for application instructions.

Odie's Oil is made by hand in small batches to insure quality. And of course, it is made in the USA.

Most surfaces can be used within 24 hours and can be exposed to liquids within 3-5 days.  

9 oz. re-useable glass jar.


Area Coverage:
approx. 189 sq ft

462 Reviews

  • 5
    Odies oil

    Posted by Joe K. on 3rd Feb 2023

    Great product, easy to use, durable finish. I have built eight tables and finished them with Odie’s, all of them turned out beautiful. It really enhances the chatoyant figure in the slabs.

  • 5
    Odie’s Oil is the best!

    Posted by Jon on 1st Feb 2023

    Amazingly easy with great results on a new unfinished cherry and ash piece

  • 5
    odies oil

    Posted by JAMES KACZMAREK on 19th Jan 2023

    have used this on all of my dry wooden knife handles, 1 coat, very nice, no more water soaking into wood. Only 1 issue with a wooden spatulan must be a weird wood, hand to aply 3 x,would not form a "barrier" to water. Waiting for 5 day cure now on 3rd application.

  • 5
    Odies Oil

    Posted by Michael Ginnard on 17th Jan 2023

    This product is amazing! Its the only oil I use on my wood working projects!

  • 5
    Odie's Oil

    Posted by Alonzo Paige on 11th Jan 2023

    Easy to use, durable and leaves a beautiful finish. I've used it mainly on cherry and it brings out the color but is a little flat (which is what I want). When I need to add some sheen I use Odie's Wood Butter. Try it, you'll lover it!

  • 5
    Excellent on many surfaces

    Posted by J Taylor on 3rd Jan 2023

    I’ve used the standard Odies on both wood and leather projects and it’s worked beautifully on all of them. A little goes a long way

  • 5
    Odie's Oil

    Posted by Matthew Milkert on 3rd Jan 2023

    When I called before ordering this product to find out how it would work on black walnut, I wanted to hear the no BS version. I was told what I expected to hear about it being great for everything....bla bla bla. Well.....turns out it is incredible on black walnut!! I've never used any other type of product that brings the beautiful depth of the walnut out nearly as much as this product does. I'm very happy with it and can't wait to try it on other types of wood.

  • 5
    Odie's oil

    Posted by Benjamin Williams on 29th Dec 2022

    I'm always looking for a better finish for the handles on my knives. As a full-time Cutler I have to keep the end user in consideration at all times and the handle is the part that people interact with directly. I've traditionally used tung oil in multiple layers including wax but it's time consuming. This is giving me similar protection in far far less time. Also it is a delight to work with comparatively as the smell is much better and if I get some on my hands I just keep going.

  • 5
    Very happy with Odie's Oil

    Posted by May on 10th Dec 2022

    I'm really glad I gave this a try. I wanted something to give the dining table a finished look without having to use stain. I also wanted something that could take wear and tear and only require patch work to get it looking good again. I have seen some heat rings on the table, but I think it's because I didn't buff out the oil well enough.