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Utilisations recommandées pour terrasses extérieures en bois, parement, clôtures, garde-corps, marches, meubles extérieurs en bois, pour les substrats en bois seulement. Cabot australian timber oil est un mélange unique d'huiles formulées à l'origine pour protéger les bois denses d'Australie, tels que le tallowwood, le cambara et le merbau, contre des expositions extrêmes. Il s'agit d'un traitement à l'huile translucide éprouvé et spécialement formulé pour les terrasses et les meubles extérieurs. Pénètre profondément dans le bois pour accentuer la profondeur et la patine du bois naturel. Contenant un mélange précis d'huile de lin de qualité superbe pour une pénétration maximale, d'alkydes longs en huile pour la durabilité et d'huile de tung (huile de bois de chine) pure pour la profondeur de couleur et limperméabilité à l'eau, elle offre une protection à l'huile à triple action. accessoire ou indirect.
It should. Use clear one and I would try on small area to see whether it darkens or not. It should not on good quality wood.
Répondue par: Kelu
Date de publication: 2019-09-03
is this an oil base product
Posée par: tbone49
its pure linseed oil
Répondue par: notjackie27 ok
Date de publication: 2019-05-18
We have stained our deck with the timber oil. Can we put a varnish overtop to protect the stain so we aren’t staining every year
Posée par: Sheri49
varnish is not going to bond because of oil. we put timber oil and even after winter looks very good (best product so far)
Répondue par: janet47
Date de publication: 2019-04-23
What is the average coverage for one gal.?
Posée par: bob41
250-350 sq ft
Répondue par: Rob45
Date de publication: 2019-04-01
is cabot australian timber oil safe to be used in garden raised beds?
Posée par: ottawa123
this i do not know , but product is the best we over use for deck etc .does not smell
Répondue par: janet47
Date de publication: 2019-03-12
I have used mold deck remover and the underside of my deck is still moldy. Is it ok to just use the Australian oil on top of it?
Posée par: Xoxoxo
5 years ago i used Australian oil ,honey teak on my beck, this was an oil based product. now I need to stain again, but in Canada we do not get oil based products anymore. The question is can I use the water base modified on top of the old oil base?
Posée par: Dan 17
This product has oil in its name. Is it truly an oil that soaks in or is it a latex (soap and water clean up) that forms a skin. I am looking for a penetrating oil product that soaks in. Previous products used formed a skin which wore and pealed unevenly
Rated 5 de
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Great ProductI re-finished a deck that was dark grey and black from mold, dirt and neglect. I scrubbed it clean so it looked like wood again and applied Cabots Australian Timber Oil Jarrah Brown to the floor, seats and top plate on rail, I painted the rail slats to match house color. This was in 2011 yikes today I have started scrubbing the deck and will re- apply the same stain again, it probably should have been done a bit sooner but it has been 7 yrs. and this deck was not in great shape to begin with but I really think ATO saved my deck.. The photo is of it being washed and how it looked after over 7 yrs of Iowa weather. It will look new when I'm done again.
Date de publication: 2018-06-07
Rated 4 de
Stained the deckDid all the required prep and used a non-air commercial sprayer to apply. Went on smoothly and dried completely in 48 hours.Over sprayed many plants. Rinsed off what I could and only had a few leaves, no plants, that died. Sprayed steel anti-slip grid and dried in 12 hours. Sprayed the anodized aluminum rails to preserve the color and after 4 weeks they are still tacky. The wood has a slight orange tint, but the wood grain shows excellently. I asked for clear and was sold the #9400 Australian timber oil (natural). I'd purchase again and recommend to anyone, except for the anodized aluminum.
Date de publication: 2013-08-08
Rated 2 de
DisappointingI've used Cabot Australian Timber Oil #9458 stain on my deck starting in 2008. Super durability and very satisfied. After 8 years it needed staining again. I was forced to use the same product but different chemical make up. (#19548) In 2017 I had it redone again because I had replaced some boards. Enter 2019 and it needs to be stained again! I did the required steps in prepping it every time it has been done. Not very durable! And a very disappointing product.
I will offer a word of advice to others, Spraying or rolling may be quick but brushing is the best way to apply it to a deck surface especially if you have gaps between your boards.
Date de publication: 2019-06-14
Rated 5 de
Easy to apply and looks greatI used the Honey Teak color of this stain on a pergola I built behind my New Orleans home. The lumber is simple pressure treated pine which I sanded with 120 grit sandpaper before I applied the stain. This is the first time I ever used any kind of stain so I used a lambswool applicator for best results. I was careful to wipe it repeatedly with the applicator to even the application out and take up any excess. I found it took about three days before the stain was fully cured and no longer tacky. I couldn't be happier with the results. I can't imagine why anyone uses cedar or other premium price wood when this stain makes pine look so good !
Date de publication: 2013-09-17
Rated 5 de
Rich, Deep ColorI am very happy I used the Australian Timber Oil, Honey Teak color, for my new deck. At first the color seemed darker than I expected, but now that it's done, I really like it. It has a rich, deep, burnished, and expensive look and also a nice sheen. My deck is 17x19 and 2nd floor, so I had railing, stairs, and underneath to do also, and I used exactly 5 gallons. I expected to use 2 gallons based on the stated 400-600 square foot coverage, so I guess my wood really soaked it up. I waited 5 months after building to apply it.
Date de publication: 2012-05-23
Rated 1 de
NEW FORMULA - AVOID AT ALL COSTSI've been purchasing Australian Timber Oil (Natural) for my IPE hardwood deck for a # of yrs. now. Loved IT!! I live in Canada where harsh winters can play havoc on a deck. When applied, the product would last very well for more than 2 years before requiring another coat. Now they've changed the formula of the product and it is completely ineffective. Would not recommend this to ANYONE with hardwood. Suggest Messmers - products are outstanding and formula remains unchanged. After putting Australian Timber Oil on a test patch this year, it lasted less than one week in the full sun before fading significantly.
Date de publication: 2015-06-05
Rated 1 de
Poor resultsI sanded my pressure treated deck down to remove all prior stain/water repellant product. Power washed it to remove the grit and dust. Let the wood dry for 3 days and then applied Jarrah Brown Australian Timber Oil as recommended. While wet it looked fine but after drying it was blotchy and after going through a winter it is dull. It does repel water nicely. I am extremely disappointed after going to all the time and trouble of sanding the deck to have it turn out like this. I would not recommend this product. Any suggestions on how to fix the blotchy appearance would be greatly appreciated.
Date de publication: 2016-05-22
Rated 2 de
Must Apply This Properly Or It Looks TerribleI applied this to a pine deck that had no previous protection and was installed 3 years ago. After cleaning the deck with a wood cleaner (and letting it dry 3 days) I applied Cabot Australian Timber Oil with a roller. The finish looks terrible with lap marks galore. I wish the directions would warn against the use of a roller (as the Cabot help line did). Now my only option is to let it wear off over time and endure the terrible look, or use a stripper. Stripping takes a lot of effort (using the recommended Cabot product) but I don't know if I can bear to look at this every day.