Timber Oil Deep Penetrating Wood Stain – 5 Gallon – Covers up to 750 SQ FT
Our Woodrich Brand Deep Penetrating Timber Oil Wood Stain 5 Gallon covers up to 750 square feet of wood. This stain is extremely easy to apply, whether you are a DIY homeowner or contractor. It is an ideal choice for staining new cedar or pressure treated pine decks, fences, wood siding, or log cabins. First-time users can expect perfect results as well. It will not overlap, run, or leave drip marks because it dives deep to replenish old and dry wood. It can also be applied to new wood and is loaded with trans-oxide pigments which provides much better coverage than other paraffinic stains. Even those who have never worked with wood before can achieve a beautiful finish with this easy-to-use product.
- 5 Gallons Woodrich Brand Timber Oil Stain
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Signature Brown, Amaretto, Brown Sugar, Warm Honey Gold, Western Cedar
I would recommend the EFC-38, followed by the Citralic Brightener/Neutralizer. That should restore the logs to a fresh cut look. Then you can apply the Timber Oil Deep Penetrating stain. I personally like the Brown Sugar color on fir.
If the temperature is in the 70's its usually safe to walk across the deck with clean shoes after about 2 hours. We don't recommend scheduling any dance parties for at least a day or two. If the wood is in the full sun, that will help the stain dry a little quicker. When the wood is in the shade, or the temperature is cooler, it can take longer for the stain to dry. To replace deck furniture before the wood is completely dry, you can use shoe coverings. These slip on covers will prevent you from tracking dirt into the finish. Older wood that absorbs a lot more oil can also take longer to dry.
Absolutely! Woodrich Brand uses transparent oxide pigments. So mixing the colors together is extremely easy. We offer sample color kits so that you can test our stock colors. You can also experiment with blends to find the perfect color tone for your project.
Timber Oil deep penetrating stain is a great choice for new and aged pressure treated pine wood. New pine should be cleaned and brightened before staining. The Brown Sugar or Amaretto colors usually look best on pressure treated pine.
We recommend Timber Oil deep penetrating stain for new and aged cedar wood. Timber Oil does an excellent job of penetrating cedar wood. The stain has a high degree of clarity because it is tinted with transparent oxide pigments. It dries very natural and you can still see all of the grain and detail of the wood.
The sooner the better. A new deck will begin to discolor in as little as two weeks when its exposed to the sun. If pollen spores settle into the grain of the wood, they can become a food source for mold or mildew. Staining and sealing the wood will help protect it from the elements. When protecting new wood for the first time it is usually best to clean and brighten the wood prior to applying any finish.
This product can be used to protect cedar wood.
It does not attract bugs, but at the same time, it is not sold as a bug repellent.
Yes. These products work best in order to protect the wood from both.
Yes. You can apply this product to oak, whether white or red and in an exterior application.
Yes and no. You can stain the doors with this product. However, I would not expect it to last very long, more so if the doors are in the direct sun. This product is designed to dive deep into the wood in order to provide lasting protection. Sapele wood is similar to Mahogany. It has a density of about 640 kg/m3 or about 40 pounds per cubic foot. For a hardwood with that density, you might want to consider using a Hardwood Wiping Stain like this: Hardwood Wiping Wood Stain.
You will only need to sand the deck if it rough or splintery. It is important not to over sand the wood.
You can use a roller to apply, however this product is thin and tends to fling if you roll too fast.
You might consider applying the stain to the wood using a pump-up garden sprayer and then laying it out with a stain pad applicator on a pole.
You will not need to apply a sealer later.
Amaretto would probably be the darkest of the stains on most types of wood. The color of the wood itself plays a big part in the final finish color.
Use Mineral Spirits in order to clean up.
Yes it will wipe off as long as the stain has not completely dried on the surface.
Any pump style garden sprayer will work. One with a fan tip will give you more control during application.
You should be good as long as it is not dipping down below freezing.
Yes. You should not apply this stain over an existing finish.