I would recommend a test area with any product you apply to ensure the wood is accepting more oil and that you like the finish that will be achieved. So any product recommended will not come with a guarantee, but with the added protection of Polycarbonate sheets will help to protect the wood for a period of time dependent on over all exposure to the elements. The green on the back is probably algae and can be cleaned up with Barrettine Mould and Mildew Cleaner this will help to clean off any spores also. Thank you for getting in touch with your enquiry. Many thanks By Matt Weber Whether it’s pressure-treated, cedar, cypress, redwood or even a high-end exotic hardwood, the right care and maintenance will protect exterior wood and keep it in good shape for years. I can tell you that OSB can be problematic with many treatments as the adhesives and resins used to make it can repel may of the products. Thank you, Nicola. The wood is presure treated but not coloured, however we need to colour-match existing walls if possible. Their excellent protective properties against weathering and UV rays from the sun will enable you to maintain the aesthetic appearance and physical structure of your woods over the long term. Brands such as Sadolin and Sikkens are designed in such a way that as the top coat wears over time, it starts to lose some of its colour and sheen. Although marketed for Decking it is very versatile and as long as it is applied thinly will also give great protection to your wood. They are currently covered in ronseal satin stain and looking a bit tatty. Always try a test area first. Do you have and recommendations, the timber is smooth not rough cut, I love rich deep exotic woods and like to still see the gain but with maximum protection, aslo what would you recommend for protection on the interior wood? You can get in touch via our contact us page and I can advice you further. Leading brands that specialise in these types of exterior wood finishing products include Osmo, Ronseal, Barrettine, Cuprinol and Holzol. It’s a 10’x8′ apex shed in Tanalised wood. Ecologically responsible, they respect the applicator and the environment. Thank you for getting in touch with your enquiry. this is a clear, wax-free preservative that will help to prevent mould and decay. Always try a test area first. Many thanks for your interesting replies. I was thinking of wood preservative which I could paint on and dip the cut ends into. Applying anything at this stage could result in sealing in the moisture which will damage the wood long term or the product not adhering to the surface in the way that it should. For further advice please feel free to call and speak to one of our friendly team on 01303 213838. Wooden decking requires regular care and treatment in order to maintain its beautiful appearance and the durability of the work. In the old days it was oil based products that were best . As it is so very expensive could you recommend anything that would do the same job please Thus, Anova Bois has developed products such as the Exotic Wood Saturator SBE600 or the Special Bamboo Resin RSB600. You could have a look at an exterior treatment, such as Barrettine Wood Protective Treatment. Followed by two coats of a top coat product such as Barrettine Log Cabin Treatment this is a clear oil that will soak into the surface of the wood to give a moisture repellent finish that results in rain beading off the wood. I would recommend a basecoat of Barrettine Premier Universal Preservative first, this will help to prevent mould mildew and rot. Would you agree? If you wipe a damp cloth over the bare wood this will show you how much it will darken. Thank you for getting in touch with your enquiry. qty. A wood preservative protectes the wood from biological threats such as mould, algae, wood rot and insect attack whereas the oil protects protects and nourishes the wood, protecting it against moisture, cracking, splitting and warping. During this period you are able to wipe away and tannins that are leeching out with Methylated Spirits to help avoid staining and doing this regularly will help reduce future staining. Thank you for your inquiry. In your opinion, is the Cuprinol equivalent to Sadoline in terms of performance Are you able to let me know what product you have used Phil and if you are planning to sand back ? Always try a test area first and if you have any questions about these products please do feel free to let me know. It can be dependant on the type of wood used, but I can recommend the Barrettine Premier Universal this will prevents wood boring insects, wood rotting fungi and blue stain and gives long lasting protection. At B&Q we carry a huge range of options from trusted brands like Dulux, Ronseal and Colours to help you get the job done. I hope that helps, if you have a look at the products and feel free to get back to me if you have any questions. We are about to have it clad along with the wooden windows to be replaced with UPVC. You can email me at wood@finishes.direct. We often recommend oils rather than surface sealers as they are far easier to maintain over time. What would you recommend? Which is best to protect the wood, Osmo or berratine? If you have a read up of the product and feel free to let me know if you have any further questions, I am happy to help. This has a range of colours and you can apply 2-3 coats for a semi gloss, natural looking finish. Many thanks I am installing a front porch using Meranti (new) hardwood frame and (used) mahogany doors. The clear oils will darken the wood very slightly to give the ‘wet look’ and sample sizes are available in both products that will allow you to carry out test areas first. If the wood has been dried and is ready for treatment then I would recommend the Osmo UV Protection Oil Extra in the 429 natural finish. 5 Years is a guide and quite optimistic for for a surface paint. To protect it my best recommendation would be to use a Decking Oil. To maintain the finish, simply apply a maintenance coat of oil once or twice a year, usually in Spring and/or Autumn. Would this be the best way to stain and preserve the wood? Once the shed is erected and in position, because of limited space, one side will be difficult if nigh on impossible to re-treat, could you recommend a long lasting protection, especially for the side that’s close to the rear of a concrete garage. One coat will be plenty with the high pigmentation and rich colours locked away in each tin. When they start to break down and peel and flake they need removal in order to re apply new coats. Where possible, treat all sides of the timber including edges and especially any cut ends with 2 coats of the preservative and then 2 coats of the decking oil. If you have any questions please do let me know I will be happy to help. The oil will protect the preservative and so if you maintain the oil with an annual or bi annual top up depending on how exposed the cabin is then the preservative will not requre a top up for afew years. Many thanks in advance. According to the supplier it has to be recoated after 1 year so can you please suggests the best system for doing it? Is there anything that will overcoat the dark stain with a lighter colour please? I am having a new softwood shed built and the manufacturer says it will be delivered with one coat of ‘clear preservative’ on. Thanks. I would recommend giving the wood a really good clean, the Barrettine Mould and Mildew Cleaner Spray is good for this. It is a clear finish but it will darken the wood very slightly. If you take a look at the product and feel free to come back to me if you have and questions. I have just had a new decking built. Finished with spray polyurethane clear satin. You can also increase the protection to the door by applying a preservative first , such as Osmo WR Basecoat this will help to prevent mould, mildew and rot. Prior to oiling, we would recommend treating the wood with a wood preservative such as Barrettine Premier Universal Preserver first. All in good condition but customer would like it given a clear look finish and something that’ll look after it for minimum 5years. The big question now is how do I keep it like that…..finish needs to be hard waring and I want to keep the colour light…..help please. For Oak I would recommend the Barrettine Teak Oil. What would be the best wood treatment to preserve the wood and be safe for the birds. Or for the cut end you could consider and End Grain product such as the Barrettine End Grain Preserver which is high in wax content to repel moisture. Thank you for getting in touch with your enquiry. My best advice would be to replace any rotting wood but I appreciate that this is not always an available option and in this event you could have look at the Ronseal Wet Rot Wood Hardener its a cost-effective, long-term alternative to replacing joinery affected by wet rot and soaks deep into the fibres of rotted wood to strengthen the wood from within. Not fussed if it is matt or has a sheen but not gloss. A deep penetrating oil/solvent based wood protective tr ...Read more. I cladded a garage a few years ago with waney-edge Larch and it is a beautiful wood and very hard wearing and resilient which is why we chose it. We have paints and treatments for sheds, fences, decking, buildings and more. David. Always try a test area first. Is there a better product which would last longer? Can I use oil based products over tanalised timber? Thanks, Mike. It can be difficult to narrow down a suitable product when you are unsure of the current finish, this often happens when people move into new properties. Most coatings for exterior woods are applied at the site, except for some siding products, window frames and doors which are factory primed (mostly white) and occasionally finish … With all product I would recommend a test area first to ensure you like the colour and finish that will be achieved. Terrace . I hope this helps and if you have any questions please feel free to get back in touch. If you have any other questions I am here to help. Thanks To meet these constraints, there are protective products adapted to this material. What do you advise is the best product to use? If you purchased the Cuprinol from us just call our service team about returning on 01303 213 838 option 2. It is a uniform mid brown colour and I would like to stain it with a colour eg blue or grey. One this is dry you can consider the Barrettine Log Cabin Treatment which is an oil that will soak into the surface of the wood and leave it looking and feeling natural. If you have a varnished or painted finish currently on there and do not wish to remove it then a you will need to consider a similar product to go over the top after carrying out some preparation. We have several wood oils that are suitable for garden fences or you can simply apply a clear decking oil which will also work well. It’s great for helping to prevent mould, mildew and rot. Will be happy to advice on the products that would suit your needs. We have two old wooden carts which we are in the process of restoring. On December 31, 2003, the U.S. wood treatment industry stopped treating residential lumber with arsenic … No need to sand, strip back or remove the old finish. Please always try a test area first and if you have any further questions please do not hesitate to get in touch. A little sanding and hard work can pay off! A clear oil will darken slightly to give what we call the ‘wet look’ and this will bring the appearance of the wood back to life. If you have a read up of the products and of course I am here to help if you have any further questions, via our contact us page. I get the image of a good old fashioned wooden bar counter look to it. For further product advice please feel free to get in touch via our contact us page. I just want to freshen it up with a couple of coats of something similar that will weather well. Thank you for getting in touch with your question. If you take a look at those and see if they may suit your needs, always try a test area first if you have any questions at all please do not hesitate to get in touch via our contact us page, I will be happy to help. If you are treating bare wood then I would recommend a preservative to help to prevent mould, mildew and rot. The plank is about 4″ thick. Which is the best exterior wood treatment? This is a clear oil with a minute amount of pigment to counteract the darkening you would normally get with a clear. I have a project made out of old barn wood that I want to hang outside. Do you mean the Ronseal Fence Life ? Thank s for getting back to me, I previously advised – For a long lasting finish you could have a look at the Sikkens Cetol HLS Plus. Beehives are always a difficult one to advice on, there are not many manufacturers who will say their product is suitable for use on Beehives and so we tend to recommend that you get in touch with the Bee keeping Society and see what they recommend. I’ve bought a house with wood frame doors and windows that have not been maintained. Once the wood is clean and ready I can recommend the Sikkens Cetol HLS Plus one coat followed by Sikkens Cetol Filter 7 two coats. My concern is that, if I apply the wood preserver treatment to the ‘tongues’ and ‘grooves’ of the cladding boards, they might not slot together? The Osmo UV Protection Oil Extra is ideal for exterior areas. Alkyd paint is suitable for treating exterior wood. I doubt the joists are pressure treated so my question is how best to treat them. Other brands that specialise in exterior coatings, translucent and opaque include Dulux Trade and Crown Paints. I have a t&g fence treated with Barrettine premier wood preserver in rich mahogany. Thank you for getting in touch with your enquiry. © 2018 Anova Bois - Tous droits réservés. Do iI have to continue using more Creocote or can I now use any oil based protection, stain? Thank you for getting in touch. Hi, last year I made a planter out of decking for my garden and treated the timber with linseed oil. Again full stirring for at least 5 minute to ensure the pigment is evenly distributed. Wanting a solid colour finish (grey/blueish colour) with little to no wood grain showing through, but not something thats going to break the bank (like with osmo). At the moment I’m thinking brown, but is there a colour paint that will work just as well? Is it ok to use clear cuprinol then a sikkens with a stain or can you suggest something else? Always try a test area first. You could have a look at the Sadolin Extra Durable Woodstain. We decided on wood vs steel fire doors because of the difficulty of sizing eac door properly. Regards, David. I am wanting to use Cuprinol garden shades paint on a new exterior wooden garage door, should i use a wood preservative first, if so which one. Find the perfect finish for your fences, furniture and decking with our wide range of exterior woodcare products. The first thing to do is give the wood a good clean and perhaps a light sand. The best way to stop the natural silvering process is to apply colour to the wood. Hi, i have a number of fence panels which i purchased about 6 months ago, they are pressure treated in a very pale oak looking finish ,however, i want to retain the original colour ( I don’t subscribe to the often description” my panels have turned into a ‘lovely silver’ shade). Pigments act like sun cream the darker the colour the higher the factor, even a very light colour will improve the protection versus a clear product. Always try a test area first. Good water-repellence. The insides of the doors/windows are in okay condition but the exterior surfaces are in bad condition so that doors/windows get soaked from rain and swell/jam making them difficult to open/close (after a decent hot spell allowing things to dry out they become easier to open/close again). When you feel the wood needs a refresher coat you are able to simply reapply the oil to a clean dry surface, no need for sanding. Thank you for your enquiry. Oils generally require slightly more maintenance but will never crack, flake or peel off. Or paint now and repeat in spring? I’d like to oil preserve it. And finally I would wait for better weather. Moved into a 1980s house with what looks like a walnut stain on all the facias barge boads ect . Any suggestions? These products are predominantly oil and wax based. Ideally we would like to paint the cabin to our colour choice. I would also recommend a good quality preserver to be applied first to help prevent mould, mildew and rot. Will this be ok on the rough sawn weatherboard ? This will give a durable and longer lasting finish. Or do you do a pale green oil that would do the job? A clear oil will darken the wood a little to give the ‘wet look’ and I would recommend a test area first. I don’t want to have to sand the whole thing down (a potting bench). Hello Samatha, It can be stored in an airtight container for up to 3-5 years if kept at room temperature, for further maintenance at a later date. We have a Mahogany front door with side panels both with intricate detailing. Was going to go for clear for now (can’t decide on a colour ) as I intend to stain it in the spring . Good preparation and test areas are key to a good finish and wiping over with Methylated Spirits first to de grease and clean the surface before application is recommended. In terms of clear wood oils, 2 of the most popular are Osmo UV Protection Oil Extra (420) and Fiddes Exterior High Build Wood Oil. You have all the right product combinations and options there. Thanks, Bernie. It requires two very thin coats for application and so a little goes a long way and is not suitable on rough sawn wood. Its easy to be put off by the price however its coverage is exceptional. And are you looking to treat the interior, exterior or both areas of the joinery. They need to be treated and I wondered which would be best to use out of varnish, oil or paint. The oil will enhance the natural colour and character of the wood and will also darken it slightly giving the fence panels a damp-like appearance. Bare wood can be treated with a wood preserver and then an exterior wood oil such as a garden furniture oil or decking oil. I’d like to stain it with a lighter colour -say medium oak -but I don’t particularly want to try and stripe the old colour off. Hi. We are anticipating that they will stay outside from spring to autumn with a variety of flowerpots on them. This product is more suited to joinery but could be used on smooth wood fence panels, or the Sikkens Cetol HLS Plus which also has a Mahogany in its range. Hi Samantha, they couldn’t tell me exactly, but i’ve found out the brown colouring is a dye to indicate it has been pressure treated, and will fade to nothing in a season. My daughter has had an extension and now has large timber posts supporting a canopy over the front door. If you have a look at these recommendations and feel free to get back to me if you have any further questions. If you take a look at the above options and feel free to get back to me if you have any questions at all. However with a lot of sanding and planeing I now have a beautiful light coloured oak step….. I hope that helps and if you have any further questions feel free to contact us via our contact us page. I hope all that helps but if you do have further questions, please do not hesitate to get int ouch via our contact us Page. What would best to treat this. Typically wood can a take a year per inch of depth to dry out, this will vary dependant on type of wood and location, but as a guide it give an indication of the long time that it takes for wood to dry out. With products for stripping, cleaning, protecting and finishing wood cladding, our range from Owatrol should have something to suit every need. Or just preserver? Thank you for getting in touch with your question. Can you recommend a product that will cover this up and bring back to a good finish please. I’m wondering if you could please advise me of an oil or varnish I can use that gives a light colour red cedar effect and is also a good wood preservative? So the Osmo Protection Oil Extra is ideal if you would like a natural, clear finish to your wood. I hope this helps but if you have any further questions about your project, please feel free to contact us at any time. If you take a look at the above and feel free to get back to me if you have any further questions. Item has been added to your cart. If you would like to email me via the contact us page and I can make some recommendations based on the information you send me about the current finish. Can be used on sheds, fences, external timber and decking. Thanks Stewart. You may be looking for a clear oil to enhance the natural beauty of cedar cladding or an opaque colored finish to create a statement look. If you can take a look in the Fences section of our Website Garden Fence Treatments this has a wide range of options to consider. I am not sure what the wood they are made from is but think it is pine. For further advice or to order your can call our friendly team on 01303 213 838 or use our contact us Can I treated the wood with oil/preserver when is no completely dry and night temp close to zero? I hope this helps and feel free to get back to me if you have any further questions. For this I can recommend the Osmo UV Protection Oil Extra in the Natural 429 finish. To maintain the water seal would we need to sand/prep the wood once the original coat deteriorated? Essentially, there are two types of exterior wood treatments, those that are absorbed into the surface of the wood such as oil based products and those that form a protective coating on the surface of the wood, both of which have their own unique characteristics and benefits. It is flexible and water repellent. 1 of the treatments they recomend would work out at £1050 to treat it! Thank you for getting in touch with your question. These oils will offer a moisture repellent finish to the wood, however, no finish will prevent scratches or dents, if the wood is impacted with some force it will still dent no matter what product you apply. Should I return the culprinol and just use Osmo’s UV? We also don’t want it to cost the earth as its supposed to be a low cost seating option/bench, they are 5.3M in length by 0.45 wide, they will also be uncovered all year around. You can either get the red cedar tone with a colour preservative such as Barrettine Premier Wood Preservative followed by a clear top coat of oil like Barrettine Log Cabin Treatment, Or you can use a clear preservative Barrettine Premier Universal Preserver followed by a coloured decking oil such as Barrettine Decking Oil. Outdoor wood treatments are essential for preserving timber and protecting any wooden surfaces to keep them stable and looking great for longer. Essentially all treatments will need a top up over time. Also, to add to our confusion, when we went into our local Sadolin Dealer, Bromborugh Paints, they recommended Osmo 420, as a better alternative. The bench will be exposed to full sun and the elements all year. Or should I be using a more ordinary preservative such as Cuprinol or Ronseal? This will help to prevent mould, mildew and rot. I know that the wood has been dried out by the stripping process and needs ‘feeding’ so I would be grateful if you could factor that in. Many thanks. Hi. (carefree is £37.5 x 28L) This combination will also give a good, moisture repellent finish to the wood. & lasting, or should we stick to Sadolin? We would like to find a solution with the least possible maintenace – mainly avoiding having to sand and re-do every year. Hi, Hi, I have an open fence with vertical slats. Allowing the wood to weather for while is the best option at this stage. I have sanded the fiberglass in preparation of painting with acrylic water proofing and sealer. Thank you for your questions, unfortunately it not possible to apply a lighter colour over the dark, it would just come out as a similar colour. It is a clear oil that soaks into the surface of the wood and slows down the silvering process and repels moisture. Hope you can steer us in the right direction! Here at Wood Finishes Direct we always recommend a test area first. I hope that helps and if you do have any questions please do let me know. Essentially all those products will be suitable, the Sadolin products are surface sealers, varnish or paint type products that dry on the surface and are fairly long lasting. Owatrol provide a range of products for all exterior wood care needs. It is clear and protective, with UV filters to help slow down the natural silvering caused by the sun. Exterior Wood. Exterior Woodcare. If you take a look at the decking oil, we do also have others on the website and if you have any questions at all please do let me know. As this is an oil it will penetrate the woods surface and will not peel and flake over time. If this is a bit to much of a task for the areas that are hard to reach then you can look at two coats of the Barrettine Premier Wood Preservative this will protect in the same way as the Universal above but also has a small amount of wax to help repel moisture, it is not as effective as an oil however. Thanks. Hi, I have just built a corner summerhouse which came as water based dip treated. These two products will give exceptional durability and enhance the natural beauty and depth of the grain. Thank you, Ann, Thank you forgetting in touch with your question. Always try a test area first. I know i will add preservative first, but what concerns me is what paint/protection to use that are compatible and UV stable. Hi, we have recently installed 30m of new 2m high featheredge fencing around our garden and are obviously keen to get it into a preserved state asap. These products are recommended for application to bare wood and so if the Cabin currently has any treatment on it, let me know and I can advice accordingly. The are a medium brown and would like to make them a lighter colour. I am sorry for the delay in getting back to you, I have to say that this is a set of requirement that I have not come across before when it comes to treating a Log Cabin, they are very specific. Taiga Exterior Wood pressure treats lumber and timbers to above ground, ground contact and in-ground structural use categories using the most effective and environmentally conscious preservatives that we can find – and trust. For a long lasting finish you could have a look at the Sikkens Cetol HLS Plus. I would also recommend a top up coat annually if exposed to the elements all year round, the horizontal area of the table will wear quick than any other area and if you can avoid standing water this will prolong the life of the oil and in turn the life of the wood. 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