“Kiln Burned Pine tar is a pure, natural product with a golden color, low content of pitch, high resin content and high purity. Kiln Burned Pine Tar is a high performance tar especially for medical purposes but also for veterinary use as well as for wood and wood preservation.Kiln burned Pine Tar, also known as peasant made tar, is produced by the old fashioned method of burning pine tree stumps in kilns.
The high resin content may cause precipitation of crystals which will dissolve when heated to 45-50°C. The resin may also cause minor sediments. As the tar is manually produced, the viscosity will vary somewhat from batch to batch. Kiln Burned Pine Tar is used as an ingredient in shampoos, soaps, expectorants and in ointments against allergic rash, psoriasis and eczema, among others.”
Instructions For Use
“It is recommended to apply Kiln Burned Pine Tar during summertime as the material will be easier to work with in warm temperatures. The heat make the Pine Tar successfully penetrate the wood. It is possible to blend the Pine Tar with Gum Turpentine to make the product volatile and more easy to work with. Be aware of that Kiln Burned Pine Tar is a product of nature where the appearance may vary from different batches. A good idea is to mix several cans before usage until the wanted quantity is acquired.
The surface needs no preparation before applying the Pine Tar. When re-painting a second layer, the surface should be dry and carefully cleaned before application. It is important to stir before application as the pigment may sink to the bottom of the can. It is also recommended to stir during usage.”