Liberon Decking Oil 5 Litres


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Liberon Decking Oil will feed, protect and enhance the colour of your timber decking, it will also bring out the natural beauty of all your external wood projects and at this price, it's a great economical option too.

Liberon Decking Oil contains UV filters to protect against sun-light fading and is perfect for reviving and restoring colour to old or new decking. Being extremely water resistant, it blocks the water on the surface and will produce a great looking finish and protection to all garden timber. Liberon Decking Oil is available in three different colours, Clear, Medium Oak and Teak.  If extra anti-slip protection is required, apply one coat of decking oil and a final coat of Barrettine Anti Slip Decking Oil.

Liberon Decking Oil can also be applied to fences, sheds, garden furniture and hot tub surrounds.

Revives greying decking, enhancing the natural grain with deeply penetrating oils. To get an indication of the finish of Liberon Decking Oil Clear, wipe some water on the decking.

How To Apply Liberon Decking Oil


Use a stiff bristled brush to sweep away any loose leaves or moss. Use Liberon Tough Deck Clean & Reviver to clean off any algae, dirt and any old decking treatment. This cleaner and reviver will also restore the natural colour to the decking if it has greyed, which is especially preferable if applying Liberon Decking Oil Clear. See our blog, Getting Your Deck Ready For Summer - Step 1: Clean and Revive for an in depth guide to preparing your decking before applying a new finish.

If the old decking finish is peeling or flaking, you'll need to use a Decking Stripper, such as Ronseal Decking Stripper or Cuprinol Stain Stripper. Once the old finish is completely removed, you're ready to apply decking treatment.

Note: Cleaning will completely remove any protection of a previous preservative, oil, treatment, stain or paint. Hence, it is advisable to apply the wood Decking Oil within a week of cleaning if possible.

Application Method

Make sure your decking is completely dry after cleaning.

Complete a test patch in an inconspicuous place, especially if using a Liberon Decking Oil Medium Oak or Teak. This is because the colouring intensity can vary depending on the age, roughness and moisture in your decking. The more absorbent your decking, the darker the colour will be. If you apply one coat of coloured decking oil and you are happy with the depth of colour, you can apply the next coats in Clear for protection.

Apply with a natural bristled brush by hand using Marshall Premium Exterior Wood Care Brush 120mm or the Osmo Floor Brush 220mm if you wish to use a broom handle. You can also use a Microfibre Roller or sprayer to apply.

Allow 15-30 minutes for the oil to absorb into the wood then apply the second coat before the first coat dries.  2 coats are often sufficient but further coats can be applied if the wood is particularly absorbent.  Wipe away any excess oil with a lint-free cloth and allow 24-48 hours before using the deck.

Note: Liberon Decking Oil is not suitable for some oily, dense grained hardwoods, such as Iroko, Balau, Ipe and Sapele. It is advised that exotic hardwoods are left to weather without coating for up to 12 months before adding any wood oil.

Coats recommended : 2 coats

How long does it take the Decking Oil to dry?: 24 hours

Coverage : Up to 10m² per litre





Coverage (m²/L) = 10

2 Coats
Drying Time 24 Hours
Size 5L
Colour Clear
Colour Medium Oak
Colour Teak
Brand Liberon
Base Oil


Cleaning Tools : White Spirit

Application Tool : Brushroller or decking applicator

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Number of Litres Required

* All wood is different and comes in many types & we all apply products slightly differently. This calculator displays the manufacture's estimated recommendation on coverage & required coats.

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