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For outdoor furniture and decks try Outdoor Oil -
an exterior grade penetrating finish. It has both UV
stabilizers as well as mildew retardants to keep your
wood looking great, longer. In fact it has twice the oil of
competing brands. It can be used by itself or can be mixed
with oil base stains. It can be used on pressure treated lumber.
Available in Clear, in quarts and gallons. Made in USA.
Note: THIS PRODUCT CAN ONLY SHIP UPS GROUND OR TRUCK FREIGHT; NO AIR OR SEA SHIPMENTS ALLOWED. THIS PRODUCT IS UNABLE TO SHIP TO CALIFORNIA DUE TO VOC CONTENT.
(based on 4 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
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By The Kilted Karpenter
from Fort Wayne, IN
About Me Professional
Comments about Outdoor Oil:
This stuff is GREAT! It makes "Regular" wood hold up longer outdoors, and "Resistant" or "Treated" woods stay better looking much longer. It's like Sunscreen for wood. And, like oil finishes, it is easily repairable if the item is damaged or if you just want to freshen it up. It also acts like a moisturizer, helping to keep the wood from drying out too much in the hot sun.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Outdoor Oil - The Great Protector
By Kimo the DIY Guy
from Birmingham, AL
Comments about General Finishes Outdoor Oil:
Living in the deep South creates a nightmare for exterior wood surfaces so I use this product to provide increased protection against our boiling sun & steambath humidity for all parts of a wood deck (floor boards, railings, posts, etc.). It can be applied over oil-based semi & solid stains, as well as all types of unfinished pressure treated lumber. It adds a great-looking sheen to the wood, as well as increased water protection. It also increases the hardness of the wood's surface versus leaving the wood plain or just using stain only. My only complaint is that you usually have to re-apply a coat or two every year or so. Make sure that you lightly sand and/or re-stain the surface prior to applying a new coat.
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Put on Epe porch after powerwashing and drying. One year later still good on most places.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Outdoor Oil is a joy to work with.
from Sioux Falls, SD
Order more than you think you need. Coverage is very limited.