Wood Oils such as Danish Oil, Teak and Linseed are traditionally used to protect exterior surfaces including window frames, gates, sheds, doors and beams. Brands such as Osmo, Liberon and Fiddes have enhanced their exterior oils, boasting UV Protection with tints and easy application.
Exterior wood oils are the best way to nourish and protect exterior wood joinery and structures. From decking to exterior beams, from garden benches to planters, wood oil will prevent wood wet rot, UV damage, warping and splitting.
We have a large range of exterior wood oils from industry respected brands such as, Osmo, Liberon, Ronseal, Cuprinol, Barrettine and Rustins. Wood oils have come a long way in recent years. New formulas have far better UV protection, deeper soaking and have increased wear resistance. It’s really important to know which oil to buy, based on the material and the use of the surface that the wood oil is being applied to.
Osmo UV Protection Oil is one of our best selling products and is fantastic. However, it is not suitable for use on horizontal surfaces such as tables and benches or foot traffic prone areas, such as Decking or steps.
Decking Oils are very multi functional and are great for use on most exterior timber surfaces. They are incredibly hard wearing and often last for long periods of time, making them perfect for benches, steps and even window frames.
What is the best decking oil for soft woods? We recommend Liberon Decking Oil for ease of use, great price and long lasting protection.
If my decking has grayed, how do I get it back to looking new? The most thorough way is to sand the deck but this is a relatively long process and without extraction potentially messy. The quickest and most popular way is to use an oxalic acid based reviver gel. Osmo produces the Osmo Reviver Power Gel and Barrettine their Barrettine Wood Reviver.
If you’re not sure which exterior wood oil is best for you, please give us a call on 01285 831 668 or email us on email@example.com. Our office hours are Monday to Friday from 7:30am to 5:30pm.