The Barrettine Boiled Linseed Oil will certainly offer some protection to the wood, and give a warm tone. Which is a shame as it is such a warm tone. Wood Treatment Methods | Timber Treatment | How to treat wood What is timber treatment? You could have a look at the Manns Premier UV Decking Oil or the Barrettine Decking Oil both come in a clear or coloured finish and it would be fair to say that the addition of colour adds further protection to the wood, as it dramatically slows down the silvering caused by the sun. Transform your outdoor space with our selection of exterior paint and woodcare products. Hi there, Later today I will use wood filler to repair where I’ve had to remove rotten wood. Depending on the size of the planter you could potentially get away with the 125 ml tin of Osmo UV Protection Oil Extra as two very thin coats are all that are required. Hi Samantha. Good preparation is the key to a good finish. Hi there 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. Sample sachets are available and I would definitely recommend these as the wood that you are applying to will impact on the over all finish. With a range of top timber treatments available from top brands, there are various colours and sizes to choose from to meet your requirements. Is it moisture repellent, if you splash some water at it does it bead off or soak in? There are essentially two types of exterior wood treatments - Those that are absorbed into the surface of the wood such as oil-based products; Those that form a protective coating on the surface of the wood; Please note, both have their own unique characteristics and benefits. Compare. However if this is the route you wish to take then I would definately recommend Barrettine Garden Furniture Oil as good option. Sorry lost your previous reply . Do you have a brand name ? When used outside this is not always possible so treatments can be introduced to certain timber species. Exterior wood is risky stuff. If you wipe a damp cloth over the bare wood this will show you how much it will darken. Col. You could have a look at the Barrettine Premier Wood Preservative. What would you recommend for maximum protection of both? This will help protect the woods against mould, mildew and rot. 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. Hi, what treatment would you advise for a wooden beehive style compost bin? Sealing the wet wood will result in mould form fairly quickly. We have installed an external wooden door at the back of our house. I prefer varnish, type long lasting weatherproof product.?? It will help to make the wood moisture repellent and slow down the natural silvering process of the wood caused by UV damage. Some possible options for you to consider are the Barrettine Premier Universal or the Barrettine Premier Wood Preservative these can help to prevent mould, mildew and rot. Maintenance can be easy however if you tackle any areas of wear straight away this will help avoid damage and keep the paint lasting longer. It requires just two very thin coats for application and so a little goes a long way. 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). The second product to consider is the Osmo UV Protection Oil Extra if your wood is smooth this could be the best clear product on the market for UV protection. Its always difficult when it comes to treatments that are to be used around animals. Downloads | About | Cookies Policy | Deliveries | Refund Policy | Terms and Conditions | Privacy Policy | Gate Locations | Blog. If you have a read up of the products and feel free to get back to me with any questions you may have. Keeping at bay mould, algae or fungi, this solvent-based timber treatment is ideal for most types of wood. Thank you, Ann, Thank you forgetting in touch with your question. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. If you take a look at the products recommended and feel free to let me know if you have any further questions. Hi, Wondered which clear product I should put on it come spring time? 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. What can you suggest? I saw your comments above about 6 monthly treatments with linseed oil but I’d like something that’s more maintenance-free which can bring out the grain a little and enhance the natural colour of the wood. And test areas as always are recommended to ensure you like the finish that will be achieved and because we do not get many inquiries about Horse Chestnut its important to see how the oil works on this particular wood. I am also looking at a light warm coloured stain to the wood to enhance the colour. A Preservative first to help prevent mould, mildew and rot. Many thanks in advance. However, with our range of high quality woodcare, we can help preserve timber and protect any wooden surfaces and keep them looking great for longer. In fact, deciding what product should be used can be a complex matter. As well as on the oak frame ? It only require two very thin coats to be applied and so a litlle goes a long way. We want to use a stain that will give a natural warm golden light colour (like a red cedar, beech or walnut) we really dont want it to look painted. I would expect this to last for a minimum of 5 years and possibly longer, depending on how exposed to the elements it is. It was bought from B&Q,so they been treated before. Enhances the appearance of wood. It’s worth paying special attention to any cut ends or end grain and ensure that they are thoroughly treated. We decided on wood vs steel fire doors because of the difficulty of sizing eac door properly. These two will give a long lasting protection to the wood. Wet or Green Oak has a high moisture content. The wood does not come into contact with the ground. Thank you for getting in touch with your enquiry. Its December and it’s terrible out there. If you have a read up of these products and feel free to get back to me if you have any further questions. Thanks for the advice on the shed – I’ll take it up and will get my order in to you. Does this sound like a good choice? The Tall Earth wood treatment and stain creates the effect of artificial aging on the wooden surface or weathers the wood, which looks beautiful. Sustainable The foundation of Osmo wood finishes has been based upon purified and refined natural resources which are carefully harvested into natural oils and hard waxes. Wickes Deal £14 a tin or buy two for £22. The one that should be longer lasting is a combination of Sadolin Classic Wood Protection and the Sadolin Extra Durable Woodstain. If you take a look at this product and I am here to help if you have any further questions. Wipe down for a second time after sanding with Methylated Spirit which removes all traces of sanding dust and any residual grease from hands and fingertips. The actual decking is composite but the sides and railings are a soft wood. Thanks, Sarah. Cleaning And Treatment Of Cement and Grits. To maintain a good level of protection you can simply top up the oil annually or bi annually depending on when you feel the wood needs it. Thank you for getting in touch with your enquiry. You could have a look at the Osmo Natural Oil Woodstain this is a penetrative oil that gives colour and protection with just two thin coats. Hi , I have a new corner shed /summerhouse fitted under conifers and will get a lot of damp in the future , I will use the Barrettine wood preserver on the viewed parts of the shed , what if I were to use a more sealed type of coating like a roof coating to keep out the damp on the hidden sides of the shed or would this starve the wood and make it dry out. We would like to keep the lovely natural cedar colour over time, and not let them weather to silver grey. Order online at Hi Sam I ve been reading with interest. With regular maintenance you will be able to maintain a good natural colour for years to come. 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 am planning to finish a garden room/office with (untreated) red wood tongue and groove cladding, which I will then treat with a wood preserver and finish with oil/paint. 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. The first thing I would always recommend is a preserver, this will help to protect against mould, decay and rot. It requires just two very thin coats for application, so a little goes a long way. This wood preservative paint is a great product and is very easy to apply for interior or exterior wood. 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. If the post is exposed to the outside world then a good quality preserver would be recommended Barrettine Premier Wood Preservative offers great protection against mould, mildew and rot. John. Ideally the Sikkens should only be used with other Sikkens products and for the best finish on new wood, the Sikkens Cetol HLS Plus followed by the Sikkens Cetol Filter 7 Plus. Provides excellent protection for interior and exterior joinery against wood destroying fungi and blue stain. Hi I am sanding down a slice of horse chestnut, 1m diameter, to make an outdoor table. Outdoor Wood Finishes All Star Wood Treatment. I constructed a pergola and rather that shingle I used fiberglass. I am not familiar with the Carefree and so its difficult to give comparison products, but I can recommend something that I believe will give a good level of protection and is easy to maintain over time. You could have a look at a Decking Oil such as the Barrettine Decking Oil although marketed for decking it is a very versatile product that can be used for a wide range of projects including your raised bed. Penetrative wood treatments are the type of products that soak into the wood and protect from within such as decking oils, shed & fence treatments. If you take a look at the product and read up to see if it is suitable for your project and also try a test area first. If I look to use an oil based repellent do I have to wait for the exterior wood to dry out before applying or could I apply to damp wood on a dry day? To include if the wood is exposed to the elements, wind, rain etc ? Thank you for getting in touch with your question. What’s the best way to protect it? Hi I’m getting a 6x6ft garden bar and would like to keep it to a light wood colour. Thanks Tracy. Two sides have restricted, difficult access, with only about 12-18″ clearance from the garden fence. We often recommend oils for exterior projects as they are not only easy to apply but also easy to maintain and repair. For further advice or to order your can call our friendly team on 01303 213 838 or use our contact us The oil can be topped up regularly to maintain the protective qualities, if you are able to make the sheeting removable. Or is it better to use linseed oil – if so raw or boiled? Use Class 4 Timbers destined for Use Class 4 situations will be permanently exposed to wetting in either groundor fresh water contact. This can be annually or bi annually depending on exposure. This will offer more durability than the Linseed oil. Ash. Not fussed if it is matt or has a sheen but not gloss. Hope you can help, I have recently built a oak framed garage with softwood weatherboard, I’ve been looking at your website and I’m not sure she whether to go for a clear water seal treatment or a wood oil. Always try a test area first and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch. There’s a lot of timber so thinking of an easy (lazy) solution…. Protecting and maintaining your timber cladding is key to keeping it looking at its best for years to come. Mahogany being a red in tone wood will be prone to fading slightly quicker than usual as this can be the nature of the colour red. I would recommend the Osmo WR Basecoat this is a protective treatment to use instead of the Cuprinol. Both are suitable for application to bare wood and if you currently have any product on the garage door then this may need removing first. Fiddes Exterior High Build Wood Oil – contains UV filters Would you agree? Use a long-handled scrubber brush and a mild detergent to gently scrub away accumulated dirt, grime, mold, and other residue. 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. Although these are indeed the most common garden features that need maintenance after a winter of wind, rain and freezing temperatures, wooden window frames, doors and porches should also be checked and given attention if required. We have just put up contemporary horizontal slat fences from Grange which are described as pressure treated ‘Green Timber’. My advice would be to stick with the Fiddes High Build wood Oil It appears slightly more pricey however a little goes a long way as all that is required is two very thin coats for new application or one thin coat for a top up. Would appreciate advice on treating cedar beehives, many thanks. Any better ideas to maximise its chances in our weather please? Can you tell me if there is any treatment currently on the cladding? You can use a filler such as Ronseal High Performance Wood Filler as this is very versatile and can be over painted. For the best protection I would also recommend Barrettine Premier Universal Preservative which will help to prevent mould, mildew and rot. I have a black fence painted in cupinral fence life + with the blue lid. FRX ® pressure treatment extends proven fire retardant performance to exterior applications directly exposed to weather. Thank you for getting in touch. What would be the best thing to use to protect the posts. Appreciate your help. Then test areas to ensure good adhesion and that you like the colour. Ideally we would like to paint the cabin to our colour choice. For a coating or varnish type finish consider Sadolin Extra Tough Clear Coat or Dulux Trade Clear Gloss Yacht Varnish. You have it exactly right, a good quality preserver is the best place to start Barrettine Premier Wood Preserver , this can be use all over the wood including the cut ends if you want. I hope that helps some and if you have any further question please do not hesitate to contact us. At the moment I’m thinking brown, but is there a colour paint that will work just as well? 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. Thanks in advance. Hi, thank you for your web page packed with professional knowledge. Can be used on sheds, fences, external timber and decking. You will need to remove the existing finish before you can apply a lighter colour as it is unlikely to work unless applying an opaque finish and this would depend on the current finish of the wood. For a long lasting finish you could have a look at the Sikkens Cetol HLS Plus. Old paints and varnishes have a reputation for cracking, flaking and peeling, whereas modern coating systems have been scientifically developed to withstand the effects of weathering plus the constant movement of the timber due to moisture and temperature changes. If you are planning to strip the furniture back to bare wood however, this will open up your options for alternative and easier to maintain products. thanks It is a really versatile product that can be used for a wide range of projects not just decking. So here at Wood Finishes Direct we tend to recommend the use of a Preservative first, the Barrettine Premier Universal is a good clear one that will allow you apply most finishes over the top to then give a water repellent and UV protected finish. 1 of the treatments they recomend would work out at £1050 to treat it! Is your summerhouse smooth planed timber or rough sawn timber? Thanks. The result is wood that is strong enough to stand up to wood’s natural enemies – namely termites and decay. It is a clear finish but it will darken the wood very slightly. Exterior Woodcare. Again full stirring for at least 5 minute to ensure the pigment is evenly distributed. The are a medium brown and would like to make them a lighter colour. ex. Thank you Chris. I hope that helps and do feel free to get back to me if you have any further questions. It will darken the wood slightly to give what we call the ‘wet look’ and you can get an idea of this by wiping a damp cloth over the surface of the wood. Osmo UV Protection Oil Extra is an oil that soaks into the surface of the wood, and helps to make the wood moisture repellent and slows down the silvering process. How to strip paint from a wood door; How to paint timber window frames; How to paint a door; How to restore and repaint your outdoor woodwork. 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. Any advice on which type of preservative would be best would be much appreciated. I hope that helps and always try a test area first. Exterior Woodcare. Our website uses cookies to help us deliver a better browsing experience - discover how or close this message. Exterior Wood Preservers (BP) (2) Wood Preserver Clear (BP) (1) Wood Protection (1) Manufacturer Name. 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. Once back to bare wood 3 coats of the HLS Plus is ideal for use on cladding. Is it ok to paint Sadolin Superdec onto new timber that has just had a covering of Thompson’s water seal? Hi I am hoping you will be able to help. If the wood has dried out then the first recommendation would be a preservative to help to prevent mould, mildew and rot. If you purchased the Cuprinol from us just call our service team about returning on 01303 213 838 option 2. Thank you for getting in touch with your enquiry. To maintain the water seal would we need to sand/prep the wood once the original coat deteriorated? Can I use oil based products over tanalised timber? Thank you for getting in touch with your enquiry. The first is the Sikkens HLS Plus this is a solvent based stain that will offer a long, durable and flexible finish. 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. If your new fence panels have been treated with a wood preserver there is no need to treat them again being new but there’s also no harm in applying an additional wood preserver if you wish to. One month later it looks vey tired, the sun has done it no favours an it looks in part quite grey and scruffy. Top ups are easy, just apply a fresh coat of the Oil when it is needed. As it changes shape and takes on character. If you take a look at these products and feel free to let me know if you have any further questions via our contact page contact us page. You could have a look at the Barrettine Premier Wood Preservative which will help prevent mould, mildew and rot and has wax to make the wood water repellent. Sikkens sounds like a similar price/ quality. I coated this with linseed oil, which looked fantastic, but it has started to go mouldy and black – especially at the bottom. Lightly sand the surface to remove any ingrained surface dirt and debris. In terms of what to apply over the top to protect it will depend on the current finish, perhaps if you could let me know if it is like a paint or surface sealer ? The clear will darken the wood very slightly should you choose that one and it will help to prevent mould mildew and rot as well as offer some moisture repelency to the wood as it contains wax. What do you advise is the best product to use? Animals should only come into contact with the surface of the wood when both the wood preserver and oil have fully dried.
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