Exterior Wood Oil

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Protects and preserves all outdoor wood surfaces
Slip resistant, durable, growth/mold free surface 
Vibrant UV protected, water resistant, low odor and fast drying surface

WOCA Exterior Oil is a water and plant based penetrating oil that colors and protects outdoor wood in 1 product.  It hardens from inside of the wood to strengthen and protect from the harsh outdoor elements and includes UV protection. Ideal for all outdoor wood surfaces: decks, terraces, docks, pergolas, garage doors, she sheds, trellis, outdoor, furniture, privacy fences, exterior doors, trim, siding, shiplap siding, log homes, shutters, outdoor showers, benches, porch swings, outdoor art installations, 3 season porch, flower boxes, etc... WOCA Exterior Oil can be used on all domestic and exotic wood species and Thermally modified wood- Accoya, Cambia, etc... Plant based, eco-friendly, and low VOC. Does not peel, crack or flake.  It is rated R10 for slip resistance and durable for heavy foot traffic.  Anti-fungal ingredient added to inhibit green growth and mold.  Water resistant, low odor and fast drying.

Tip: Old grey Teak furniture can easily be renewed and refreshed with WOCA Exterior Cleaner and a coat of WOCA Exterior Oil.

Coverage: 325-400 sf/can depending on wood and its surface

Size: 2.5 L<

Additional Information and Instructions

  1. Clean the wood surface with WOCA Exterior Cleaner before starting the oil treatment.   Exterior Wood Cleaner ensures best results by opening the wood pores for deeper oil absorption to strengthen and harden the wood which equals better durability and lifespan of the surface before a maintenance coat of oil is needed.
  2. Leave the wood to dry for at least 24 hours. Humidity should not be above 17%. Sand down any rough wood fibers with 120 grit sandpaper.
  3. Apply WOCA Exterior Oil in dry weather only. Temperature should not be below 55.4°F. Avoid direct sunlight and high temperatures.
  4. Stir the oil thoroughly before use.
  5. Apply an even and thin coat of oil using an oil applicator , brush or paint roller. Treat the end grain wood first. The wet oil may have a white shade. When the water has evaporated after a few minutes, the wood will appear oiled.
  6. Wipe off any excess oil with clean cotton cloths after no more than 5 minutes. Take particular care of removing excess oil from joints and grooves.
  7. If the surface does not appear saturated with oil, repeat steps 5 and 6.
  8. When the wood is dry, it may be polished with a polishing pad or polishing machine to ensure an extra hard-wearing surface.
  9. It takes 48 hours for the oil to harden thoroughly, depending on weather conditions and outdoor temperature. Do not expose wood to water during this period.